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USOC Dismisses Glefke, Farmer Complaint Against USEF

USOC dismisses a complaint brought by Larry Glefke and Kelley Farmer against the USEF due to a procedural issue....
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The Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act (TSOAPA) requires national governing bodies (NGB) to provide athletes with due process prior to sanctions for misconduct.

USEF Hearing Committee Suspends Glefke, Farmer for GABA

The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) announces the suspension of Larry Glefke and Kelley Farmer for a GABA violation....
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Glefke, Farmer GABA Hearing Offers 'The Rest of the Story'

Glefke, Farmer GABA Hearing Offers 'The Rest of the Story'

Horse welfare, transparency, and tougher penalties for doping violators. The words sound great. A closer look may make some wonder if the actions of The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) are above reproach. R...
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USEF v. LARRY GLEFKE and KELLEY FARMER

Type: Charge Rules: GR410-411 Competition: Kentucky Summer Horse Show July 27-31, 2016 US Equestrian Hearing dates June 6-7, 2017 HEARING COMMITTEE PANEL: Dan Danford, Hearing Committee Coun...
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The Ted Stevens Olympic and Amateur Sports Act (TSOAPA) requires national governing bodies (NGB) to provide athletes with due process prior to sanctions for misconduct.

Glefke, Farmer File USOC Complaint against USEF in GABA Dispute

Attorneys for Larry Glefke and Kelley Farmer of Lane Change Farm in Lexington filed a United States Olympic Committee (USOC) Section 10 Complaint against USEF. It alleges multiple due process violations including...
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The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) grants a rehearing petition filed by two hunter/jumper trainers from Lane Change Farm. Kelley Farmer and Larry Glefke claim they were not properly notified regarding a GABA violation and hearing.

Glefke, Farmer Granted USEF Rehearing for GABA

The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) grants a rehearing petition filed by two hunter/jumper trainers from Lane Change Farm. Kelley Farmer and Larry Glefke claim they were not properly notified regarding ...
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Chad Keenum USEF GABA Suspension

Chad Keenum GABA Duad Leads to USEF Suspension

Virginia hunter/jumper trainer Chad Keenum of CK Sporthorses is taking a forced vacation from rated horse shows after two of his training horses, True Colors and Vanderloo, tested positive for GABA. ...
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Lane Change Farm's Larry Glefke and Kelley Farmer say they had no knowledge of the alleged violation, charge or a USEF hearing date.

Lane Change Farm's Glefke, Farmer Call Foul

Lane Change Farm's Larry Glefke and Kelley Farmer say they didn't know about the GABA charge or a hearing on the matter or they would have vigorously defended themselves with the help of counsel. ...
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USOC Dismisses Glefke, Farmer Complaint Against USEF

USEF Suspends Larry Glefke, Kelley Farmer for GABA Violation

Lane Change Farm's Larry Glefke received a 24-month suspension and a $24,000 fine. The penalty comes after Kelley Farmer's horse, Unexpected, tested positive for GABA. Farmer is also suspended. ...
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Archie Cox Challenges USEF’s GABA Science in Court

Archie Cox Challenges USEF’s GABA Science in Court

California hunter/jumper trainer Archibald (Archie) Cox, III, of Brookway Stables, and horse owner Meredith Mateo are challenging USEF's GABA science in a New York court....
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ARCHIBALD COX, III and MEREDITH MATEO, Petitioners, against UNITED STATES EQUESTRIAN FEDERATION, INC., Respondent.

Brookway Stables owner Archie Cox, of California, is challenging USEF's GABA science in a New York court. The filing comes after the USEF Hearing Committee ruled in August 2015 that Cox and his client violated F...
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Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

NY Appeals Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

Brigid Colvin was one of two "horse trainers" suspended after Tori Colvin's mount Inclusive, owned by Betsee Parker, tested positive for gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) at the 2014 USHJA International Hunter Derby C...
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Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

Court Upholds Brigid Colvin's GABA Suspension

A New York judge upheld the GABA suspension of Brigid Colvin imposed by the United States Equestrian Federation....
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USEF Announces Warning Regarding Calming Supplements Containing Phenibut

USEF Announces Warning Regarding Calming Supplements Containing Phenibut

The United States Equestrian Federation announced this week that Phenibut (β-phenyl gamma aminobutyric acid) is now a forbidden substance....
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Brigid Colvin v. United States Equestrian Federation, Inc.

Tori Colvin's mother, Brigid Colvin is suing the United States Equestrian Federation after she was suspended for 7 months after the horse Inclusive was found to have GABA levels higher than allowed....
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Is Faulty Science to Blame for USEF GABA Ban?

Is Faulty Science to Blame for USEF GABA Ban?

The Knych Study showed no evidence to support USEF's claims that GABA calms or produces any other effects that are likely to affect a horse's show performance. Read the complete GABA study....
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USEF Bans Substance in Carolina Gold

GABA and "Carolina Gold" Positive Blood Tests at USEF Competitions

Currently, GABA positives have been detected and are pending enforcement through the USEF's Regulations Department for adjudication by the USEF Hearing Committee. Trainers and veterinarians involved in the sale or u...
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USEF Bans Substance in Carolina Gold

USEF Bans Substance in Carolina Gold

The United States Equestrian Federation is taking steps to level the competition field. The organization has announced effective immediately, any supplements or products containing gama amiobutyric acid (GABA) are forbi...
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