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13 racehorse trainers charged in Queensland drugs investigation

More than a dozen Queensland racing participants have been charged by the state's racing integrity commission with possession of unregistered substances.

Thirteen thoroughbred trainers, one stablehand and a jockey were charged on Tuesday with allegedly procuring substances or preparations by the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission.

"The alleged breaches are as a result of a state-wide investigation into the alleged procurement of substances or preparations in breach of Australian Rule of Racing 256(2)(a)(iii)," QRIC said in a statement.

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Article written by: Damien Ractliffe

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