"The disappointing result for Hong Kong's first Breeders' Cup runner reignited the debate surrounding the controversial diuretic Lasix, but Jockey Club officials were adamant they had made the right decision in dissuading (trainer) Chang from using the substance that has divided racing," said an article by Michael Cox in the sports section of the South China Morning Post.
"There was a lot of blood and dirt inside," said trainer C.W. Chang in the article. "He just couldn't breathe. Obviously he can run better than that, and it was just stopping him."
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