Two positives to Aminocaproic acid
Racing NSW stewards have yet to set a date for inquiries into two winners returning positive swabs to the anti-bleeding agent Aminocaproic acid.
They have received advice from the official analyst that a urine sample taken from Magique Mine after the Sue Birney-trained seven-year-old won at Murwillumbah on July 30 was found to contain the prohibited substance.
The analyst further said a urine sample taken from six-year-old mare Missy Windy Weepu after she won at Grafton on July 19 also contained Aminocaproic acid.
Missy Windy Weepu is trained by Gregory Cornish at Beaudesert in southeast Queensland.