The New York Racing Association has announced plans to scrap its race-day detention-barn policy and replace it with methods designed to crack down on illegal use of performance-enhancing drugs. "The out-of-competition drug-testing program combined with the new assembly barn and 'in-today' procedures will provide NYRA with potent tools to confront today's challenges of detecting performance-enhancing substances and allow us to stay one step ahead of potential abusers," the group's CEO said.

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