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Yankee Rose – Analyst's Findings From Flight Stakes (1 October 2016)

Racing NSW Stewards are in receipt of notification from two Official Racing Laboratories, namely the Australian Racing Forensic Laboratory and Racing Analytical Services Limited, that the post-race urine sample taken from the David Vandyke-trained filly Yankee Rose, after being placed second in the Group 1 Flight Stakes conducted at Royal Randwick on 1 October 2016, has been found to contain the non-steriodal anti-inflammatory Ketorolac.

An inquiry into the findings has been scheduled to be conducted at 10am on Friday, 20 January 2017 at the Offices of Racing NSW in Sydney.

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