Bob Baffert isn't giving up so easily. According to
As the Hall of Fame trainer remains in the eye of the storm, the chairperson of a new anti-doping regulatory body says uniformity is needed throughout the sport.
Attorneys for Medina Spirit trainer Bob Baffert and owner Amr Zedan filed suit to compel the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission to allow further sample testing.
The embattled trainer insists more testing will show the horse didn't break any rules on the way to winning Run for the Roses.
Baffert’s suit says the trainer will suffer irreparable harm if an injunction is not immediately issued.
Trainer Bob Baffert and the owners of horse Medina Spirit are taking the legal route.
Bob Baffert and Medina Spirit owner Amr Zedan
Comedian Kat Williams doesn’t think cancel culture is all that bad – if it even exists. In a June 4th interview on The Joe Budden Podcast, the Emmy-award winning stand-up comic was asked, “Where do you stand on comics’ ability to be comics without judgment and repercussions from cancel culture?” “Some of these things are [
What does trainer Bob Baffert’s two-year suspension from Churchill Downs for Medina Spirit's positive drug test mean for Del Mar and Santa Anita?
Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert is suing the New York Racing Association for being banned after Medina Spirit failed its post-race drug test following the Kentucky Derby victory.
Bob Baffert is suing the New York Racing Association (NYRA) for suspending him without any due process or proof of wrongdoing.