Horse trainer of the leading Godolphin stable Mahmood Al Zarooni leaves a disciplinary hearing at the British Horseracing Authority in central London on April 25, 2013. British racing's governing body... more 
Horse trainer of the leading Godolphin stable Mahmood Al Zarooni leaves a disciplinary hearing at the British Horseracing Authority in central London on April 25, 2013. British racing's governing body handed six-month bans to 15 horses owned and trained by the leading Godolphin stable in connection with a doping scandal that has rocked the sport. The bans mean that the 11 horses that tested positive for anabolic steroids, including former 1,000 Guineas favourite Certify, and four others that were not tested but who were administered the drugs, are ineligible to compete until October 9. AFP PHOTO / JUSTIN TALLISJUSTIN TALLIS/AFP/Getty Images less 
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Thu, Apr 25, 2013 2:34 PM EDT