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Shuman cleared in 'amputated leg' case

Updated: March 27, 2003, 10:44 AM ET
By Matt Hegarty | Daily Racing Form

Florida regulatory officials exonerated trainer Mark Shuman on Wednesday after an investigation into the fatal breakdown of Casual Conflict at Gulfstream Park last month failed to reveal the presence of any banned drugs or improper treatments. Casual Conflict, who was owned by Michael Gill, fractured his right front cannon bone about midway through the seventh race on Feb. 3 and was euthanized on the racetrack with a lethal injection. The investigation was launched after state racing employees ...

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