WSR 06-24-059



[ Filed December 4, 2006, 12:23 p.m. ]

     Original Notice.

     Preproposal statement of inquiry was filed as WSR 06-17-030.

     Title of Rule and Other Identifying Information: WAC 260-70-680 Uniform classification guidelines.

     Hearing Location(s): Auburn City Council Chambers, 25 West Main, Auburn, WA 98001, on January 11, 2007, at 9:30 a.m.

     Date of Intended Adoption: January 11, 2007.

     Submit Written Comments to: Douglas Moore, 6326 Martin Way, Suite 209, Olympia, WA 98516-5578, e-mail, fax (360) 459-6461, by January 8, 2007.

     Assistance for Persons with Disabilities: Contact Patty Sorby by January 8, 2007, TTY (360) 459-6462.

     Purpose of the Proposal and Its Anticipated Effects, Including Any Changes in Existing Rules: To amend WAC 260-70-680 in clear language and to comply with the international model rules and/or the Racing Medication and Testing Consortium recommended guidelines.

     Reasons Supporting Proposal: To separate the different medications into categories that reflect their ability to affect a racehorse's performance. This gives the commission information in assessing penalties for violations regarding medication violations.

     Statutory Authority for Adoption: RCW 67.16.020.

     Rule is not necessitated by federal law, federal or state court decision.

     Name of Proponent: Washington horse racing commission, governmental.

     Name of Agency Personnel Responsible for Drafting: Douglas Moore, 6326 Martin Way, Suite 209, Olympia, WA 98516-5578, (360) 459-6462; Implementation and Enforcement: Robert Leichner, 6326 Martin Way, Suite 209, Olympia, WA 98516-5578, (360) 459-6462.

     No small business economic impact statement has been prepared under chapter 19.85 RCW. Not applicable.

     A cost-benefit analysis is not required under RCW 34.05.328. Not applicable.

December 4, 2006

R. M. Leichner

Executive Secretary


AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending WSR 06-09-009, filed 4/10/06, effective 5/11/06)

WAC 260-70-680   Uniform classification guidelines.   ((The following outline describes the types of substances placed in each category. This list shall be publicly posted in the offices of the official veterinarian and the racing secretary.

     (1) Class 1

     Opiates, opium derivatives, synthetic opioids, psychoactive drugs, amphetamines and U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) scheduled I and II drugs. Also found in this class are drugs which are potent stimulants of the nervous system. Drugs in this class have no generally accepted medical use in the racehorse and their pharmacological potential for altering the performance of a race is very high.

     (2) Class 2

     Drugs in this category have a high potential for affecting the outcome of a race. Most are not generally accepted as therapeutic agents in the racehorse. Many are products intended to alter consciousness or the psychic state of humans, and have no approved or indicated use in the horse. Some, such as injectable local anesthetics, have legitimate use in equine medicine, but should not be found in a racehorse. The following groups of drugs are in this class:

     (a) Opiate partial agonists, or agonist-antagonists;

     (b) Nonopiate psychotropic drugs, which may have stimulant, depressant, analgesic or neuroleptic effects;

     (c) Miscellaneous drugs which might have a stimulant effect on the central nervous system (CNS);

     (d) Drugs with prominent CNS depressant action;

     (e) Antidepressant and antipsychotic drugs, with or without prominent CNS stimulatory or depressant effects;

     (f) Muscle blocking drugs, which have a direct neuromuscular blocking action;

     (g) Local anesthetics which have a reasonable potential for use as nerve blocking agents (except procaine); and

     (h) Snake venoms and other biologic substances, which may be used as nerve blocking agents.

     (3) Class 3

     Drugs in this class may or may not have an accepted therapeutic use in the horse. Many are drugs that affect the cardiovascular, pulmonary and autonomic nervous systems. They all have the potential of affecting the performance of a racehorse. The following groups of drugs are in this class:

     (a) Drugs affecting the autonomic nervous system which do not have prominent CNS effects, but which do have prominent cardiovascular or respiratory system effects (bronchodilators are included in this class);

     (b) A local anesthetic, which has nerve blocking potential but also has a high potential for producing urine residue levels from a method of use not related to the anesthetic effect of the drug (procaine);

     (c) Miscellaneous drugs with mild sedative action, such as the sleep inducing antihistamines;

     (d) Primary vasodilating/hypotensive agents; and

     (e) Potent diuretics affecting renal function and body fluid composition.

     (4) Class 4

     This category is comprised primarily of therapeutic medications routinely used in racehorses. These may influence performance, but generally have a more limited ability to do so. Groups of drugs assigned to this category include the following:

     (a) Nonopiate drugs which have a mild central analgesic effect;

     (b) Drugs affecting the autonomic nervous system, which do not have prominent CNS, cardiovascular or respiratory effects;

     (i) Drugs used solely as topical vasoconstrictors or decongestants,

     (ii) Drugs used as gastrointestinal antispasmodics,

     (iii) Drugs used to void the urinary bladder,

     (iv) Drugs with a major effect on CNS vasculature or smooth muscle of visceral organs.

     (v) Antihistamines, which do not have a significant CNS depressant effect (this does not include H1 blocking agents, which are listed in Class 5);

     (c) Mineralocorticoid drugs;

     (d) Skeletal muscle relaxants;

     (e) Anti-inflammatory drugs--those that may reduce pain as a consequence of their anti-inflammatory actions, which include:

     (i) Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs);

     (ii) Corticosteroids (glucocorticoids); and

     (iii) Miscellaneous anti-inflammatory agents.

     (f) Anabolic and/or androgenic steroids and other drugs;

     (g) Less potent diuretics;

     (h) Cardiac glycosides and antiarrhythmics including:

     (i) Cardiac glycosides;

     (ii) Antiarrhythmic agents (exclusive of lidocaine, bretylium and propranolol); and

     (iii) Miscellaneous cardiotonic drugs.

     (i) Topical anesthetics--agents not available in injectable formulations;

     (j) Antidiarrheal agents; and

     (k) Miscellaneous drugs including:

     (i) Expectorants with little or no other pharmacologic action;

     (ii) Stomachics; and

     (iii) Mucolytic agents.

     (5) Class 5

     Drugs in this category are therapeutic medications for which concentration limits have been established as well as certain miscellaneous agents. Included specifically are agents, which have very localized action only, such as anti-ulcer drugs and certain antiallergic drugs. The anticoagulant drugs are also included.)) This section classifies each drug, its trade name, and penalty class. This section will be posted in the offices of official veterinarian and the racing secretary. The penalties for violation of this section will be found in WAC 260-84-090.

     (1) Class 1

     Class 1 drugs are stimulant and depressant drugs that have the highest potential to affect the performance of a horse, and have no generally accepted medical use. Many of these agents are Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) Schedule II substances. These include the following drugs and their metabolites: Opiates, opium derivatives, synthetic opioids and psychoactive drugs, amphetamines and amphetamine-like drugs as well as related drugs, including but not limited to apomorphine, nikethamide, mazindol, pemoline, and pentylenetetrazol.

Drug Trade Name Penalty Class
Alfentanil Alfenta A
Amphetamine A
Anileridine Leritine A
Apomorphine A
Benzylpiperazine (BZP) A
Carfentanil A
Cocaine B
Dextromoramide Palfium, Narcolo A
Diamorphine A
Endorphins A
Enkephalins A
Ethylmorphine Dionin A
Etorphine HCl M99 A
Fentanyl Sublimaze A
Hydromorphone Dilaudid A
Hydroxyamphetamine Paradrine A
Levorphanol Levo-Dremoran A
Lofentanil A
Mazindol Sanorex A
Meperidine Demerol A
Mephentermine A
Metaraminol Aramine A
Methadone Dolophine A
Methamphetamine Desoxyn A
Methaqualone Quaalude A
Methylphenidate Ritalin A
Metopon (methyldihydromorphinone) A
Morphine B
Nikethamide Coramine A
Oxycodone Percodan A
Oxymorphone Numorphan A
Pemoline Cylert A
Pentylenetetrazol Metrazol, Nioric A
Phenazocine Narphen A
Phencyclidine (PCP) Sernylan A
Phendimetrazine Bontril, etc. A
Phenmetrazine Preludin A
Picrotoxin A
Piritramide A
Remifentanil Ultiva A
Strychnine B
Sufentanil Sufenta A

     (2) Class 2

     Class 2 drugs are drugs that have a high potential to affect the performance of a horse, but less of a potential than class 1 drugs. Class 2 drugs are either not generally accepted as therapeutic agents in racing horses, or are therapeutic agents that have a high potential for abuse.

Drug Trade Name Penalty Class
Acecarbromal A
Acetophenazine Tindal A
Adinazolam A
Alcuronium Alloferin A
Alphaprodine Nisentil A
Alpidem Anaxyl A
Alprazolam Xanax A
Althesin Saffan A
Amisulpride Solian A
Amitriptyline Elavil, Amitril, Endep A
Amobarbital Amytal A
Amoxapine Asendin A
Amperozide A
Anilopam Anisine A
Aprobarbital Alurate A
Azacylonol Frenque A
Azaperone Stresnil, Suicalm, Fentaz (with Fentanyl) A
Barbital Veronal A
Barbiturates A
Bemegride Megimide, Mikedimide A
Benperidol A
Bentazepam Tiadipona A
Benzactizine Deprol, Bronchodiletten A
Benzoctamine A
Benzodiazepines A
Benzphetamine Didrex A
Benztropine Cogentin A
Biriperone A
Bromazepam Lexotan, Lectopam A
Bromisovalum Diffucord, etc. A
Bromocriptine Parlodel A
Bromperidol Bromidol A
Brotizolam Brotocol A
Bupivacaine Marcaine A
Buprenorphine Temgesic A
Buspirone Buspar A
Buspropion Wellbutrin A
Butabarbital (Secbutobarbitone) Butacaps, Butasol, etc. A
Butalbital (Talbutal) Fiorinal A
Butanilicaine Hostacain A
Butaperazine Repoise A
Butoctamide Listomin A
Caffeine B
Camazepam Paxor A
Captodiame Covatine A
Carbidopa + levodopa Sinemet A
Carbromol Mifudorm A
Carphenazine Proketazine A
Carpipramine Prazinil A
Chloralose (Alpha-Chloralose) A
Chloral betaine Beta-Chlor A
Chloral hydrate Nactec, Oridrate, etc. A
Chloraldehyde (chloral) A
Chlordiazepoxide Librium A
Chlormezanone Trancopal A
Chloroform A
Chlorhexidol A
Chloroprocaine Nesacaine A
Chlorproethazine Newiplege A
Chlorpromazine Thorazine, Largactil A
Chlorprothixene Taractan A
Citalopram Celex A
Clobazam Urbanyl A
Clocapramine A
Clomethiazole A
Clomipramine Anafranil A
Clonazepam Klonopin A
Clorazepate Tranxene A
Clothiapine Entermin A
Clotiazepam Trecalmo, Rize A
Cloxazolam Enadel, Sepazon, Tolestan A
Clozapine Clozaril, Leponex A
Codeine A
Conorphone A
Corticaine Ultracain A
Crotetamide A
Cyamemazine Tercian A
Cyclobarbital Phanodorm A
Decamethonium Syncurine A
Demoxepam A
Desipramine Norpromine, Pertofrane A
Dezocine Dalgan¦ A
Diazepam Valium B
Dichloralphenazone Febenol, Isocom A
Diethylpropion Tepanil, etc. A
Diethylthiambutene Themalon A
Dihydrocodeine Parcodin A
Dilorazepam Briantum A
Diprenorphine M50/50 A
Dixyrazine Esucos A
Dopamine Intropin A
Doxapram Dopram A
Doxefazepam Doxans A
Doxepin Adapin, Sinequan A
Droperidol Inapsine, Droleptan, Innovar-Vet (with Fentanyl) A
Enciprazine A
Ephedrine A
Epinephrine A
Erythropoietin (EPO) Epogen, Procrit, etc. A
Estazolam Domnamid, Eurodin, Nuctalon A
Ethamivan A
Ethchlorvynol Placidyl A
Ethinamate Valmid A
Ethopropazine Parsidol A
Ethylisobutrazine Diquel A
Etidocaine Duranest A
Etifoxin Stresam A
Etizolam Depas, Pasaden A
Etodroxizine Indunox A
Etomidate A
Fenarbamate Tymium A
Fenfluramine Pondimin A
Fluanisone Sedalande A
Fludiazepam Erispam A
Flunitrazepam Rohypnol, Narcozep, Darkene, Hypnodorm A
Fluopromazine Psyquil, Siquil A
Fluoresone Caducid A
Fluoxetine Prozac A
Flupenthixol Depixol, Fluanxol A
Fluphenazine Prolixin, Permitil, Anatensol A
Flurazepam Dalmane A
Fluspirilene Imap, Redeptin A
Flutoprazepam Restas A
Fluvoxamine Dumirox, Faverin, etc. A
Gallamine Flaxedil A
Gepirone A
Glutethimide Doriden A
Halazepam Paxipam A
Haloperidol Haldol A
Haloxazolam Somelin A
Hemoglobin glutamers Oxyglobin, Hemopure A
Hexafluorenium Myalexen A
Hexobarbital Evipal A
Homophenazine Pelvichthol A
Hydrocodone (dihydrocodeinone) Hycodan A
Hydroxyzine Atarax B
Ibomal Noctal A
Imipramine Imavate, Presamine, Tofranil A
Isapirone A
Isocarboxazid Marplan A
Isomethadone A
Isoproterenol Isoprel A
Ketamine Ketalar, Ketaset, Vetalar B
Ketazolam Anxon, Laftram, Solatran, Loftran A
Lenperone Elanone-V A
Levomethorphan A
Lidocaine Xylocaine B
Lithium Lithizine, Duralith, etc. A
Lobeline A
Loflazepate, Ethyl Victan A
Loprazolam Dormonort, Havlane A
Lorazepam Ativan A
Lormetazepam Noctamid A
Loxapine Laxitane A
Maprotiline Ludiomil A
Mebutamate Axiten, Dormate, Capla A
Meclofenoxate Lucidiril, etc. A
Medazepam Nobrium, etc. A
Melperone Eunerpan A
Meparfynol Oblivon A
Mepazine Pacatal A
Mephenoxalone Control, etc. A
Mephenytoin Mesantoin A
Mephobarbital (Methylphenobarbital) Mebaral A
Mepivacaine Carbocaine B
Meprobamate Equanil, Miltown A
Mesoridazine Serentil A
Metaclazepam Talis A
Metazocine A
Metharbital Gemonil A
Methohexital Brevital A
Methotrimeprazine Levoprome, Neurocil, etc. A
Methyprylon Noludar A
Metocurine Metubine A
Metomidate Hypnodil A
Mexazolam Melex A
Midazolam Versed A
Mirtazepine Remeron A
Modafinil Provigil A
Molindone Moban A
Moperone Luvatren A
Mosaprimine A
Nalbuphine Nubain A
Nalorphine Nalline, Lethidrone A
Nefazodone Serzone A
Nimetazepam Erimin A
Nitrazepam Mogadon A
Nordiazepam Calmday, Nordaz, etc. A
Norepinephrine A
Nortriptyline Aventyl, Pamelor A
Olanzepine Zyprexa A
Oxazepam Serax A
Oxazolam Serenal A
Oxyperitine Forit, Integrin A
Pancuronium Pavulon A
Paraldehyde Paral A
Paroxetine Paxil, Seroxat A
Penfluridol Cyperon A
Pentobarbital Nembutal A
Perazine Taxilan A
Periciazine Alodept, etc. A
Perlapine Hypnodin A
Perphenazine Trilafon A
Phenaglycodol Acalo, Alcamid, etc. A
Phenelzine Nardelzine, Nardil A
Phenobarbital Luminal A
Phentermine Iomamin A
Piminodine Alvodine, Cimadon A
Pimozide Orap A
Pinazepam Domar A
Pipamperone Dipiperon A
Pipequaline A
Piperacetazine Psymod, Quide A
Piperocaine Metycaine A
Pipotiazine Lonseren, Piportil A
Pipradrol Dataril, Gerondyl, etc. A
Piquindone A
Prazepam Verstran, Centrax A
Prilocaine Citanest A
Prochlorperazine Darbazine, Compazine A
Propanidid A
Propiomazine Largon A
Propionylpromazine Tranvet A
Propiram A
Propofol Diprivan, Disoprivan A
Propoxycaine Ravocaine A
Prothipendyl Dominal A
Protriptyline Concordin, Triptil A
Proxibarbital Axeen, Centralgol A
Pyrithyldione Hybersulfan, Sonodor A
Quazipam Doral A
Quetiapine Seroquel A
Racemethorphan A
Racemorphan A
Raclopride A
Remoxipride Roxiam A
Reserpine Serpasil A
Rilmazafone A
Risperidone A
Ritanserin A
Rivastigmine Exelon A
Romifidine Sedivet B
Ropivacaine Naropin A
Secobarbital (Quinalbarbitone) Seconal A
Selegiline Eldepryl, Jumex A
Sertraline Lustral, Zoloft A
Snake Venoms A
Spiclomazine A
Spiperone A
Succinylcholine Sucostrin, Quelin, etc. A
Sulfondiethylmethane A
Sulfonmethane A
Sulforidazine Inofal A
Sulpiride Aiglonyl, Sulpitil A
Sultopride Barnetil A
Talbutal Lotusate A
Tandospirone A
Temazepam Restoril A
Tetrabenazine Nitoman A
Tetracaine Pontocaine A
Tetrazepam Musaril, Myolastin A
Thebaine A
Thialbarbital Kemithal A
Thiamylal Surital A
Thiethylperazine Torecan A
Thiopental Pentothal A
Thiopropazate Dartal A
Thioproperazine Majeptil A
Thioridazine Mellaril A
Thiothixene Navane A
Tiapride Italprid, Luxoben, etc. A
Tiletamine Component of Telazol A
Timiperone Tolopelon A
Tofisopam Grandaxain, Seriel A
Topirimate Topamax A
Tramadol Ultram A
Tranylcypromine Parnate A
Trazodone Desyrel A
Triazolam Halcion A
Tribromethanol A
Tricaine methanesulfonate Finquel A
Trichloroethanol A
Tricholoethylene Trilene, Trimar A
Triclofos Triclos A
Trifluomeprazine Nortran A
Trifluoperazine Stelazine A
Trifluperidol Triperidol A
Triflupromazine Vetame, Vesprin A
Trimipramine Surmontil A
Tubocurarine (Curare) Metubin A
Tybamate Benvil, Nospan, etc. A
Urethane A
Valnoctamide Nirvanyl A
Venlafaxine Effexor A
Veralipride Accional, Veralipril A
Vercuronium Norcuron A
Viloxazine Catatrol, Vivalan, etc. A
Vinbarbital Delvinol A
Vinylbital Optanox, Speda A
Yohimbine A
Zolazepam A
Zolpidem Ambien, Stilnox A
Zopiclone Imovan A
Zotepine Lodopin A
Zuclopenthixol Ciatyl, Cesordinol A

     (3) Class 3

     Class 3 drugs are drugs that may or may not have generally accepted medical use in the racing horse, but the pharmacology of which suggests less potential to affect performance than class 2 drugs.

Drug Trade Name Penalty Class
Acebutolol Sectral B
Acepromazine Atrovet, Notensil, PromAce¦ B
Albuterol (Salbutamol) Proventil, Ventolin B
Alprenolol A
Ambenonium Mytelase, Myeuran B
Aminophylline Aminophyllin, etc. B
Amlodipine Norvasc A
Amyl nitrite A
Arecoline A
Atenolol Tenormin B
Atropine B
Betaxolol Kerlone B
Bethanidine Esbatal A
Biperiden Akineton A
Bisoprolol Zebeta, Bisobloc, etc. B
Bitolterol Effectin A
Bretylium Bretylol B
Brimonidine Alphagan B
Bromfenac Duract A
Bromodiphenhydramine B
Bumetanide Bumex B
Butorphanol Stadol, Torbugesic B
Candesartan Atacand B
Captopril Capolen B
Carazolol Carbacel, Conducton A
Carbachol Lentin, Doryl B
Carbamezapine Tegretol B
Carbinoxamine Clistin B
Carteolol Cartrol B
Carvedilol Coreg B
Cimeterol A
Clenbuterol Ventipulmin B
Clonidine Catapres B
Cyclandelate Cyclospasmol A
Cycrimine Pagitane B
Detomidine Dormosedan B
Dextropropoxyphene Darvon B
Diazoxide Proglycem B
Dimefline A
Diphenhydramine Benadryl B
Dipyridamole Persantine B
Dobutamine Dobutrex B
Doxylamine Decapryn B
Dyphylline B
Edrophonium Tensilon B
Enalapril (metabolite enaloprilat) Vasotec B
Erthrityl tetranitrate Cardilate A
Esmolol Brevibloc B
Etamiphylline B
Ethacrynic acid Edecrin B
Ethylnorepinephrine Bronkephrine A
Fenoldopam Corlopam B
Fenoterol Berotec B
Fenspiride Respiride, Respan, etc. B
Flupirtine Katadolone A
Formoterol Altram B
Gabapentin Neurontin A
Glycopyrrolate Robinul B
Guanadrel Hylorel A
Guanethidine Ismelin A
Guanabenz Wytensin B
Heptaminol Corofundol B
Homatropine Homapin B
Hydralazine Apresoline B
Ipratropium B
Irbesarten Avapro A
Isoetharine Bronkosol B
Isosorbide dinitrate Isordil B
Ketorolac Toradol A
Labetalol Normodyne B
Losartan Hyzaar B
Mabuterol A
Mecamylamine Inversine B
Medetomidine Domitor B
Metaproterenol Alupent, Metaprel B
Methachloline A
Methixene Trest A
Methoxamine Vasoxyl A
Methoxyphenamine Orthoxide A
Methylatropine B
Methyldopa Aldomet A
Metolazone B
Metoprolol Lopressor B
Mibefradil Posicor B
Midodrine Pro-Amiline B
Minoxidil Loniten B
Moexipril (metabolite moexiprilat) Uniretic B
Muscarine A
Nadol Corgard B
Naratriptan Amerge B
Nefopam A
Neostigmine Prostigmine B
Nitroglycerin B
Oxprenolol Trasicor B
Papaverine Pavagen, etc. A
Paramethadione Paradione A
Pargyline Eutonyl A
Penbutolol Levatol B
Pentaerythritol tetranitrate Duotrate A
Pentazocine Talwin B
Phenoxybenzamine Dibenzyline B
Phentolamine Regitine B
Phenylephrine Isophrin, Neo-Synephrine B
Phenylpropanolamine Propadrine B
Physostigmine Eserine A
Pindolol Viskin B
Pirbuterol Maxair B
Piretanide Arelix, Tauliz B
Prazosin Minipress B
Primidone Mysoline B
Procaine B
Procaterol Pro Air A
Procyclidine Kemadrin B
Promazine Sparine B
Promethazine Phenergan B
Propentophylline Karsivan B
Propranolol Inderal B
Protokylol Ventaire A
Pseudoephedrine Cenafed, Novafed B
Pyridostigmine Mestinon, Regonol B
Pyrilamine Neoantergan, Equihist B
Ractopamine Raylean B
Ritodrine Yutopar B
Rizatriptan Maxalt B
Salmeterol B
Scopolamine (Hyoscine) Triptone B
Sibutramine Meridia B
Sotalol Betapace, Sotacor B
Sumatriptan Imitrex B
Telmisartin Micardis B
Terbutaline Brethine, Bricanyl B
Testolactone Teslac B
Theophylline Aqualphyllin, etc. B
Timolol Blocardrin B
Tolazoline Priscoline B
Torsemide (Torasemide) Demadex A
Trandolapril (and metabolite, Trandolaprilat) Tarka B
Trihexylphenidyl Artane A
Trimethadione Tridione B
Trimethaphan Arfonad A
Tripelennamine PBZ B
Valsartan Diovan B
Xylazine Rompun, Bay Va 1470 B
Zolmitriptan Zomig B
Zonisamide Zonegran B

     (4) Class 4

     Class 4 drugs include therapeutic medications that would be expected to have less potential to affect the performance of a racing horse than class 3 drugs.

Drug Trade Name Penalty Class
Acetaminophen (Paracetamol) Tylenol, Tempra, etc. C
Acetanilid B
Acetazolamide Diamox, Vetamox B
Acetophenetidin (Phenacetin) B
Acetylsalicylic acid (Aspirin) C
Alclofenac B
Aclomethasone Aclovate C
Aldosterone Aldocortin, Electrocortin B
Ambroxol Ambril, etc. B
Amcinonide Cyclocort C
Aminocaproic acid Amicar, Caprocid C
Aminodarone B
2-Aminoheptaine Tuamine B
Aminopyrine B
Amisometradine Rolictron B
Amlopidine Norvasc, Ammivin B
Amrinone B
Anisotropine Valpin B
Antipyrine B
Apazone (Azapropazone) Rheumox B
Aprindine B
Baclofen Lioresal B
Beclomethasone Propaderm C
Benazepril Lotrel B
Bendroflumethiazide Naturetin B
Benoxaprofen B
Benoxinate Dorsacaine C
Benzocaine B
Benzthiazide B
Bepridil Bepadin B
Betamethasone Betasone, etc. C
Bethanechol Urecholine, Duvoid C
Boldenone Equipoise C
Bromhexine Oletor, etc. B
Brompheniramine Dimetane, Disomer B
Budesonide Pulmacort, Rhinocort C
Butacaine Butyn B
Butamben (butyl aminobenzoate) Butesin C
Butoxycaine Stadacain B
Calusterone Methosorb C
Camphor C
Carisoprodol Relo, Soma B
Celecoxib Celebrex B
Chlormerodrin Neohydrin B
Chlorophenesin Maolate C
Chloroquine Avloclor C
Chlorothiazide Diuril B
Chlorpheniramine Chlortriemton, etc. B
Chlorthalidone Hydroton B
Chlorzoxazone Paraflex B
Cinchocaine Nupercaine C
Clibucaine Batrax C
Clidinium Quarezan, Clindex, etc. B
Clobetasol Temovate C
Clocortolone Cloderm C
Clofenamide B
Clormecaine Placacid C
Colchicine B
Cortisone Cortone, etc. C
Cyclizine Merazine B
Cyclobenzaprine Flexeril B
Cyclomethylcaine Surfacaine C
Cyclothiazide Anhydron, Renazide B
Cyproheptadine Periactin C
Danazol Danocrine C
Dantrolene Dantrium C
Dembroxol (Dembrexine) Sputolysin C
Deoxycorticosterone Percortin, DOCA, Descotone, Dorcostrin C
Desonite Des Owen C
Desoximetasone Topicort C
Dexamethasone Azium, etc. C
Dextromethorphan B
Dibucaine Nupercainal, Cinchocaine C
Dichlorphenamide Daramide C
Diclofenac Voltaren, Voltarol C
Diflorasone Florone, Maxiflor C
Diflucortolone Flu-Cortinest, etc. C
Diflunisal B
Digitoxin Crystodigin B
Digoxin Lanoxin B
Dihydroergotamine B
Diltiazem Cardizem B
Dimethisoquin Quotane B
Diphenoxylate Difenoxin, Lomotil B
Dipyrone Novin, Methampyrone C
Disopyramide Norpace B
Dromostanolone Drolban C
Dyclonine Dyclone C
Eltenac C
Ergonovine Ergotrate C
Ergotamine Gynergen, Cafergot, etc. B
Etanercept Enbrel B
Ethoheptazine Zactane B
Ethosuximide Zarontin B
Ethotoin Peganone B
Ethoxzolamide Cardrase, Ethamide C
Ethylaminobenzoate (Benzocaine) Semets, etc. C
Ethylestrenol Maxibolin, Organon C
Etodolac Lodine C
Felodipine Plendil B
Fenbufen Cincopal B
Fenclozic acid Myalex B
Fenoprofen Nalfon B
Fexofenadine Allegra C
Flecainide Idalon B
Floctafenine Idalon, Idarac B
Flucinolone Synalar, etc. C
Fludrocortisone Alforone, etc. C
Flufenamic acid B
Flumethasone Flucort, etc. C
Flumethiazide Ademol B
Flunarizine Sibelium B
Flunisolide Bronilide, etc. C
Flunixin Banamine C
Fluocinolone Synalar C
Fluocinonide Licon, Lidex C
Fluoroprednisolone Predef-2X C
Fluoxymesterone Halotestin C
Fluprednisolone Alphadrol C
Flurandrenolide Cordran C
Flurbiprofen Froben B
Fluticasone Flixonase, Flutide C
Guaifenesin (glycerol guiacolate) Gecolate C
Halcinonide Halog C
Halobetasol Ultravate C
Hexocyclium Tral B
Hexylcaine Cyclaine C
Hydrochlorthiazide Hydrodiuril B
Hydrocortisone (Cortisol) Cortef, etc. C
Hydroflumethiazide Saluron B
Ibuprofen Motrin, Advil, Nurpin, etc. C
Indomethacin Indocin B
Infliximab Remicade B
Isoflupredone Predef C
Isometheptene Octin, Octon B
Isopropamide Darbid B
Isoxicam Maxicam B
Isoxsuprine Vasodilan C
Isradipine DynaCirc B
Ketoprofen Orudis C
Letosteine Viscotiol, Visiotal C
Loperamide Imodium B
Loratidine Claritin B
Meclizine Antivert, Bonine B
Meclofenamic acid Arquel C
Medrysone Medriusar, etc. C
Mefenamic acid Ponstel B
Meloxicam Mobic B
Mepenzolate Cantil B
Mephenesin Tolserol B
Meralluride Mercuhydrin B
Merbaphen Novasural B
Mercaptomerin Thiomerin B
Mercumalilin Cumertilin B
Mersalyl Salyrgan B
Metaxalone Skelaxin B
Methandriol Probolic C
Methandrostenolone Dianabol C
Methantheline Banthine B
Methapyrilene Histadyl, etc. B
Methazolamide Naptazane C
Methdilazine Tacaryl B
Methocarbamol Robaxin B
Methotrexate Folex, Nexate, etc. B
Methscopolamine Pamine B
Methsuximide Celontin B
Methylchlorthiazide Enduron B
Methandrostenolone Dianabol C
Methylergonovine Methergine C
Methylprednisolone Medrol C
Methyltestosterone Metandren C
Methysergide Sansert B
Metiamide B
Metoclopramide Reglan C
Mexilitine Mexilil B
Milrinone B
Mometasone Elocon C
Montelukast Singulair C
Nabumetone Anthraxan, Relafen, Reliflex B
Naepaine Amylsine C
Nandrolone Nandrolin, Laurabolin, Durabolin C
Naphazoline Privine B
Naproxen Equiproxen, Naprosyn C
Nicardipine Cardine B
Nifedipine Procardia B
Niflumic acid Nifluril B
Nimesulide B
Nimodipine Nemotop B
Norethandrone C
Nortestosterone Nemotop C
Orphenadrine Norlfex B
Oxandrolone Anavar C
Oxaprozin Daypro, Deflam C
Oxymetazoline Afrin B
Oxymetholone Adroyd, Anadrol C
Oxyphenbutazone Tandearil C
Oxyphencyclimine Daricon B
Oxyphenonium Antrenyl B
Paramethasone Haldrone C
Pentoxyfylline Trental, Vazofirin C
Phenacemide Phenurone B
Phensuximide Milontin B
Phenytoin Dilantin B
Piroxicam Feldene B
Polythiazide Renese B
Pramoxine Tronothaine C
Prednisolone Delta-Cortef, etc. C
Prednisone Meticorten, etc. C
Probenecid C
Procainamide Pronestyl B
Propafenone Rythmol B
Propantheline Pro-Banthine B
Proparacaine Ophthaine C
Propylhexedrine Benzedrex B
Quinidine Quinidex, Quinicardine B
Rofecoxib Vioxx B
Salicylamide C
Salicylate C
Spironalactone Aldactone B
Stanozolol Winstrol-V C
Sulfasalazine Azulfidine, Azaline C
Sulindac Clinoril B
Tenoxicam Alganex, etc. B
Terfenadine Seldane, Triludan B
Testosterone C
Tetrahydrozoline Tyzine B
Theobromine B
Thiosalicylate C
Thiphenamil Trocinate B
Tiaprofenic acid Surgam B
Tocainide Tonocard B
Tolmetin Tolectin B
Tranexamic acid C
Trenbolone Finoplix C
Triamcinolone Vetalog, etc. C
Triamterene Dyrenium B
Trichlormethiazide Naqua, Naquasone C
Tolmetin Tolectin B
Tranexamic acid D
Tridihexethyl Pathilon B
Trimeprazine Temaril B
Triprolidine Actidil B
Tuaminoheptane Tuamine C
Vedaprofen B
Verapamil Calan, Isoptin B
Xylometazoline Otrivin B
Zafirlukast Accolate C
Zeranol Ralgro C
Zileuton Zyflo C
Zomepirac Zomax B

     (5) Class 5

     Class 5 drugs include those therapeutic medications for which concentration limits have generally been established by racing jurisdictions as well as certain miscellaneous agents such as DMSO and other medications.

Drug Trade Name Penalty Class
Anisindione D
Cilostazol Pletal D
Cimetidine Tagamet D
Cromolyn Intel D
Dicumarol Dicumarol D
Dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) Domoso D
Dimethylsulphone (MSM) D
Diphenadione D
Famotidine Gaster, etc. D
Lansoprazole D
Misoprostel Cytotec D
Nedocromil Tilade D
Nizatidine Axid D
Omeprozole Prilosec, Losec D
Phenindione Hedulin D
Phenprocoumon Liquamar D
Pirenzapine Gastrozepin D
Polyethylene glycol D
Ranitidine Zantac D
Warfarin Coumadin, Coufarin D

[Statutory Authority: RCW 67.16.020 and 67.16.040. 06-09-009, § 260-70-680, filed 4/10/06, effective 5/11/06; 05-07-067, § 260-70-680, filed 3/11/05, effective 4/11/05. Statutory Authority: RCW 67.16.040. 96-10-001, § 260-70-680, filed 4/17/96, effective 5/18/96.]

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