Season brings drug-testing rules for polo ponies

04/6/2010 | South Florida Sun-Sentinel

The deaths last year of 21 ponies that received vitamin compounds high in selenium have led to stricter drug-testing standards that debuted along with the U.S. Open Polo Championship on March 28. The standards set by the United States Polo Association include a ban on selenium and any other drugs not specifically approved.

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