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Two trainers face positive swab hearings
18:42 AEST Thu May 9 2013

Two Victorian trainers charged over positive swabs will front separate Racing Appeals and Disciplinary board hearings.

Darren Weir has been issued with a charge by Racing Victoria stewards after Doing Our Best tested positive to a banned substance following its win at Ballarat in February.

Doing Our Best's sample contained traces of a diuretic.

Peter Gelagotis has also been charged after three-year-old Hvasstan returned a positive swab from his Group Two Alister Clark Stakes win in March.

Samples from Hvasstan contained ibuprofen, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory.

Dates for the respective hearings are yet to be fixed.


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