Reading this article from the AP by Joseph White as part of my preparation for tonight's show...I found it interesting that National Thoroughbred Racing Association CEO Alexander Waldrop was brought in to testify to the same panel about steroid use among horses in horse racing as David Stern, Roger Goodell and Gene Upshaw, were to talk about steroid use in human sports.
The article talks about how hard it is to test athletes for HGH.
I assume they mean Human Growth Hormone. But as I just Googled "Horse Growth Hormone". Are you surprised that it's out there?
And you just know there's a lot of use of that kind of HGH among racehorses. And undetectable.
Forget Clemens and McNamee. Let's subpoena Curlin and his trainers.
A circus is a circus, no?