Review by Cot Campbell. He is president of Dogwood Stables who has had seventy six stake winners,six trips to the Kentucky Derby, one Preakness winner, two Eclipse Awards and a Breeders Cup victory. This is what he had to say about " The Tradition of Cheating at the Sport of Kings"
“Glenn Thompson writes knowingly—and frustratingly—about some of the demons of medicating racehorses. He has taken the high road, and seems to have paid a price for doing it. A dramatic example is his hypothesis of the talented, but nervous filly, in need of help on race day, and the ramifications of not providing it. I know zero about the accuracy of the details of specific horses and humans with which he deals, but as a member of a vanishing breed of “hay, oats and water” people, I applaud his efforts on behalf of cleaning up the sport.”