The Pennsylvania Horse Racing Commission and the owners of Miss Inclusive (Include) have reached a compromise that has put an end to a controversy that arose after the filly tested positive for Clenbuterol following the running of the 2016 Parx Oaks and has resulted in there being two official winners of the $100,000 race.

Miss Inclusive crossed the wire a half-length in front of Eighth Wonder (Pioneer of the Nile) but was subsequently disqualified after testing positive for the drug. Miss Inclusive was one of three horses trained by John Servis that tested positive for Clenbuterol last spring. According to Servis’s lawyer, Adrian King, there were no traces of the medication at all in the urine samples of the horses and Servis has said that he followed every protocol regarding withdrawal times. The positive tests were based on findings from blood tests and King said the levels found in those tests were below the threshold levels recommended by the Racing Medication and Testing Consortium.

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