Trainer John Servis has reached a settlement with Pennsylvania regulators.

There wasn’t a dead heat, but the 2016 Parx Oaks will have two winners.

In a highly unusual settlement between trainer John Servis and Pennsylvania regulators, both Miss Inclusive, who was first across the wire, and Eighth Wonder, the second-place finisher, will be listed as the winners of the May 7 Parx Oaks last year at Parx Racing. Miss Inclusive, however, will not receive a share of the purse because Miss Inclusive, trained by Servis, tested positive for clenbuterol, a regulated medication.

Adrian King, Servis’s attorney, said that the Pennsylvania Horse Racing Commission agreed to the amended rulings after Servis’s legal team argued that all three positives were at concentrations below threshold levels recommended by the Racing Medication and Testing Consortium, a national advisory group that conducts research and issues guidelines to racing commissions on medication policies.

“Mr. Servis is pleased with the fair and reasonable approach taken by the [racing commission] in these matters,” King said.

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