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Greyhound adoption program manager stood down over doping charge | The Examiner

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The head of Tasmania’s Greyhound Adoption Program has been suspended from the sport after one of her dogs tested positive to a banned substance. Susan Gittus, the head of TasRacing’s Greyhound Adoption Program and a licenced trainer, pleaded guilty to a doping charge after dehydronorketamine was found in a urine sample of one of her dogs….



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