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m CAPE GAZETYE, Friday, March 11 - March 14, 2005 - 39 Thoroughbred commission adopts medication rules The Delaware Thoroughbred Racing Commission, at its Febru- ary meeting, adopted uniform medication rules as recommended in the Mid Atlantic Medication Policy. The proposed rules also contain modification of the ap- peal bond procedure to mirror the one that the Delaware Harness Racing Commission has in place. "Fortunately, we were able to be able to review the rules that are already in place for the Delaware Harness Racing Commission," said Commission Chairman Bernard J. Daney. Rules have been adopted for publication in the Register of Regulations to be formally approved at an upcom- ing public commission hearing at 10:15 a.m., April 30, at Delaware Park. The proposed rules will be posted on the Delaware Depart- ment of Agriculture's website www.state.de.us/deptagri/de- fault.shtml Friday, April 1. In addition, the commission is looking at adopting blood-gas testing rules to be in place during the spring opening of the Delaware Park live racing season. The Delaware Park management and thoroughbred horsemen have been very supportive of the com- mission's position on blood gas testing. Delaware Park is sched- uled to open on April 30 and race 135 days through Nov. 13. Blood-gas testing has become a focus in the thoroughbred indus- try of late with it being done in California, New York and Florida thus far. Although blood-gas test- ing has been done routinely in harness racing for years, it was believed that the build up of lactic acid and the use of alkalizing agents were unique to harness Seacoast Realty announces February top producers Seacoast Realty vice-president Celeste B. Valliant recently an- nounced the fh-m's top producers for the month of February. 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