Horse Medications With A (P) In An Entry

by Anon

In the column where medications are listed (like lasix) there was a (P) in an entry. What did it mean?

Answer: Supplied by Laurie Ross of Ironmaidens Thoroughbreds:

Which entries are you looking at? Timeform? Racing Post? We normally don't have an L (P) here in the U.S.- only thing I can think of is that the designation shows that a horse such as Tepin previously raced on Lasix. Lasix (Previously).

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