WSR 07-03-143



[ Filed January 23, 2007, 1:09 p.m. ]

     Original Notice.

     Preproposal statement of inquiry was filed as WSR 06-07-030 [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 March 8, 2007, at 9:30 a.m.

     Date of Intended Adoption: March 8, 2007.

     Submit Written Comments to: Douglas L. Moore, 6326 Martin Way, Suite 209, Olympia, WA 98516-5578, e-mail, fax (360) 459-6461, by March 5, 2007.

     Assistance for Persons with Disabilities: Contact Patty Sorby by March 6, 2007, TTY (360) 459-6462.

     Purpose of the Proposal and Its Anticipated Effects, Including Any Changes in Existing Rules: To adopt medication classifications that is [are] recommended by the Racing Medication and Testing Consortium.

     Reasons Supporting Proposal: There is a need for the commission to adopt the section that classifies substances into different categories to separate their ability to affect a horse's performance in order to implement the proper penalties associated with the different substances.

     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 L. 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.

January 23, 2007

Douglas L. Moore

Management Analyst


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/medication/foreign substance, and where appropriate and/or available, its trade name. The penalties for violation of this section are in WAC 260-84-110.

     (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
Alfentanil Alfenta
Anileridine Leritine
Benzylpiperazine (BZP)
Dextromoramide Palfium, Narcolo
Ethylmorphine Dionin
Etorphine HCl M99
Fentanyl Sublimaze
Hydromorphone Dilaudid
Hydroxyamphetamine Paradrine
Levorphanol Levo-Dremoran
Mazindol Sanorex
Meperidine Demerol
Metaraminol Aramine
Methadone Dolophine
Methamphetamine Desoxyn
Methaqualone Quaalude
Methylphenidate Ritalin
Metopon (methyldihydromorphinone)
Nikethamide Coramine
Oxycodone Percodan
Oxymorphone Numorphan
Pemoline Cylert
Pentylenetetrazol Metrazol, Nioric
Phenazocine Narphen
Phencyclidine (PCP) Sernylan
Phendimetrazine Bontril, etc.
Phenmetrazine Preludin
Remifentanil Ultiva
Sufentanil Sufenta

     (2) Class 2

     Class 2 drugs are drugs/medication/foreign substances 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
Acetophenazine Tindal
Alcuronium Alloferin
Alphaprodine Nisentil
Alpidem Anaxyl
Alprazolam Xanax
Althesin Saffan
Amisulpride Solian
Amitriptyline Elavil, Amitril, Endep
Amobarbital Amytal
Amoxapine Asendin
Anilopam Anisine
Aprobarbital Alurate
Azacylonol Frenque
Azaperone Stresnil, Suicalm, Fentaz (with Fentanyl)
Barbital Veronal
Bemegride Megimide, Mikedimide
Bentazepam Tiadipona
Benzactizine Deprol, Bronchodiletten
Benzphetamine Didrex
Benztropine Cogentin
Bromazepam Lexotan, Lectopam
Bromisovalum Diffucord, etc.
Bromocriptine Parlodel
Bromperidol Bromidol
Brotizolam Brotocol
Bupivacaine Marcaine
Buprenorphine Temgesic
Buspirone Buspar
Buspropion Wellbutrin
Butabarbital (Secbutobarbitone) Butacaps, Butasol, etc.
Butalbital (Talbutal) Fiorinal
Butanilicaine Hostacain
Butaperazine Repoise
Butoctamide Listomin
Camazepam Paxor
Captodiame Covatine
Carbidopa + levodopa Sinemet
Carbromol Mifudorm
Carphenazine Proketazine
Carpipramine Prazinil
Chloralose (Alpha-Chloralose)
Chloral betaine Beta-Chlor
Chloral hydrate Nactec, Oridrate, etc.
Chloraldehyde (chloral)
Chlordiazepoxide Librium
Chlormezanone Trancopal
Chloroprocaine Nesacaine
Chlorproethazine Newiplege
Chlorpromazine Thorazine, Largactil
Chlorprothixene Taractan
Citalopram Celex
Clobazam Urbanyl
Clomipramine Anafranil
Clonazepam Klonopin
Clorazepate Tranxene
Clothiapine Entermin
Clotiazepam Trecalmo, Rize
Cloxazolam Enadel, Sepazon, Tolestan
Clozapine Clozaril, Leponex
Corticaine Ultracain
Cyamemazine Tercian
Cyclobarbital Phanodorm
Decamethonium Syncurine
Desipramine Norpromine, Pertofrane
Dezocine Dalgan¦
Diazepam Valium
Dichloralphenazone Febenol, Isocom
Diethylpropion Tepanil, etc.
Diethylthiambutene Themalon
Dihydrocodeine Parcodin
Dilorazepam Briantum
Diprenorphine M50/50
Dixyrazine Esucos
Dopamine Intropin
Doxapram Dopram
Doxefazepam Doxans
Doxepin Adapin, Sinequan
Droperidol Inapsine, Droleptan, Innovar-Vet (with Fentanyl)
Erythropoietin (EPO) Epogen, Procrit, etc.
Estazolam Domnamid, Eurodin, Nuctalon
Ethchlorvynol Placidyl
Ethinamate Valmid
Ethopropazine Parsidol
Ethylisobutrazine Diquel
Etidocaine Duranest
Etifoxin Stresam
Etizolam Depas, Pasaden
Etodroxizine Indunox
Fenarbamate Tymium
Fenfluramine Pondimin
Fluanisone Sedalande
Fludiazepam Erispam
Flunitrazepam Rohypnol, Narcozep, Darkene, Hypnodorm
Fluopromazine Psyquil, Siquil
Fluoresone Caducid
Fluoxetine Prozac
Flupenthixol Depixol, Fluanxol
Fluphenazine Prolixin, Permitil, Anatensol
Flurazepam Dalmane
Fluspirilene Imap, Redeptin
Flutoprazepam Restas
Fluvoxamine Dumirox, Faverin, etc.
Gallamine Flaxedil
Glutethimide Doriden
Halazepam Paxipam
Haloperidol Haldol
Haloxazolam Somelin
Hemoglobin glutamers Oxyglobin, Hemopure
Hexafluorenium Myalexen
Hexobarbital Evipal
Homophenazine Pelvichthol
Hydrocodone (dihydrocodeinone) Hycodan
Hydroxyzine Atarax
Ibomal Noctal
Imipramine Imavate, Presamine, Tofranil
Isocarboxazid Marplan
Isoproterenol Isoprel
Ketamine Ketalar, Ketaset, Vetalar
Ketazolam Anxon, Laftram, Solatran, Loftran
Lenperone Elanone-V
Lidocaine Xylocaine
Lithium Lithizine, Duralith, etc.
Loflazepate, Ethyl Victan
Loprazolam Dormonort, Havlane
Lorazepam Ativan
Lormetazepam Noctamid
Loxapine Laxitane
Maprotiline Ludiomil
Mebutamate Axiten, Dormate, Capla
Meclofenoxate Lucidiril, etc.
Medazepam Nobrium, etc.
Melperone Eunerpan
Meparfynol Oblivon
Mepazine Pacatal
Mephenoxalone Control, etc.
Mephenytoin Mesantoin
Mephobarbital (Methylphenobarbital) Mebaral
Mepivacaine Carbocaine
Meprobamate Equanil, Miltown
Mesoridazine Serentil
Metaclazepam Talis
Metharbital Gemonil
Methohexital Brevital
Methotrimeprazine Levoprome, Neurocil, etc.
Methyprylon Noludar
Metocurine Metubine
Metomidate Hypnodil
Mexazolam Melex
Midazolam Versed
Mirtazepine Remeron
Modafinil Provigil
Molindone Moban
Moperone Luvatren
Nalbuphine Nubain
Nalorphine Nalline, Lethidrone
Nefazodone Serzone
Nimetazepam Erimin
Nitrazepam Mogadon
Nordiazepam Calmday, Nordaz, etc.
Nortriptyline Aventyl, Pamelor
Olanzepine Zyprexa
Oxazepam Serax
Oxazolam Serenal
Oxyperitine Forit, Integrin
Pancuronium Pavulon
Paraldehyde Paral
Paroxetine Paxil, Seroxat
Penfluridol Cyperon
Pentobarbital Nembutal
Perazine Taxilan
Periciazine Alodept, etc.
Perlapine Hypnodin
Perphenazine Trilafon
Phenaglycodol Acalo, Alcamid, etc.
Phenelzine Nardelzine, Nardil
Phenobarbital Luminal
Phentermine Iomamin
Piminodine Alvodine, Cimadon
Pimozide Orap
Pinazepam Domar
Pipamperone Dipiperon
Piperacetazine Psymod, Quide
Piperocaine Metycaine
Pipotiazine Lonseren, Piportil
Pipradrol Dataril, Gerondyl, etc.
Prazepam Verstran, Centrax
Prilocaine Citanest
Prochlorperazine Darbazine, Compazine
Propiomazine Largon
Propionylpromazine Tranvet
Propofol Diprivan, Disoprivan
Propoxycaine Ravocaine
Prothipendyl Dominal
Protriptyline Concordin, Triptil
Proxibarbital Axeen, Centralgol
Pyrithyldione Hybersulfan, Sonodor
Quazipam Doral
Quetiapine Seroquel
Remoxipride Roxiam
Reserpine Serpasil
Rivastigmine Exelon
Romifidine Sedivet
Ropivacaine Naropin
Secobarbital (Quinalbarbitone) Seconal
Selegiline Eldepryl, Jumex
Sertraline Lustral, Zoloft
Snake Venoms
Succinylcholine Sucostrin, Quelin, etc.
Sulforidazine Inofal
Sulpiride Aiglonyl, Sulpitil
Sultopride Barnetil
Talbutal Lotusate
Temazepam Restoril
Tetrabenazine Nitoman
Tetracaine Pontocaine
Tetrazepam Musaril, Myolastin
Thialbarbital Kemithal
Thiamylal Surital
Thiethylperazine Torecan
Thiopental Pentothal
Thiopropazate Dartal
Thioproperazine Majeptil
Thioridazine Mellaril
Thiothixene Navane
Tiapride Italprid, Luxoben, etc.
Tiletamine Component of Telazol
Timiperone Tolopelon
Tofisopam Grandaxain, Seriel
Topirimate Topamax
Tramadol Ultram
Tranylcypromine Parnate
Trazodone Desyrel
Triazolam Halcion
Tricaine methanesulfonate Finquel
Tricholoethylene Trilene, Trimar
Triclofos Triclos
Trifluomeprazine Nortran
Trifluoperazine Stelazine
Trifluperidol Triperidol
Triflupromazine Vetame, Vesprin
Trimipramine Surmontil
Tubocurarine (Curare) Metubin
Tybamate Benvil, Nospan, etc.
Valnoctamide Nirvanyl
Venlafaxine Effexor
Veralipride Accional, Veralipril
Vercuronium Norcuron
Viloxazine Catatrol, Vivalan, etc.
Vinbarbital Delvinol
Vinylbital Optanox, Speda
Zolpidem Ambien, Stilnox
Zopiclone Imovan
Zotepine Lodopin
Zuclopenthixol Ciatyl, Cesordinol

     (3) Class 3

     Class 3 drugs are drugs/medication/foreign substances 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
Acebutolol Sectral
Acepromazine Atrovet, Notensil, PromAce¦
Albuterol (Salbutamol) Proventil, Ventolin
Ambenonium Mytelase, Myeuran
Aminophylline Aminophyllin, etc.
Amlodipine Norvasc
Amyl nitrite
Atenolol Tenormin
Betaxolol Kerlone
Bethanidine Esbatal
Biperiden Akineton
Bisoprolol Zebeta, Bisobloc, etc.
Bitolterol Effectin
Bretylium Bretylol
Brimonidine Alphagan
Bromfenac Duract
Bumetanide Bumex
Butorphanol Stadol, Torbugesic
Candesartan Atacand
Captopril Capolen
Carazolol Carbacel, Conducton
Carbachol Lentin, Doryl
Carbamezapine Tegretol
Carbinoxamine Clistin
Carteolol Cartrol
Carvedilol Coreg
Clenbuterol Ventipulmin
Clonidine Catapres
Cyclandelate Cyclospasmol
Cycrimine Pagitane
Detomidine Dormosedan
Dextropropoxyphene Darvon
Diazoxide Proglycem
Diphenhydramine Benadryl
Dipyridamole Persantine
Dobutamine Dobutrex
Doxylamine Decapryn
Edrophonium Tensilon
Enalapril (metabolite enaloprilat) Vasotec
Erthrityl tetranitrate Cardilate
Esmolol Brevibloc
Ethacrynic acid Edecrin
Ethylnorepinephrine Bronkephrine
Fenoldopam Corlopam
Fenoterol Berotec
Fenspiride Respiride, Respan, etc.
Flupirtine Katadolone
Formoterol Altram
Gabapentin Neurontin
Glycopyrrolate Robinul
Guanadrel Hylorel
Guanethidine Ismelin
Guanabenz Wytensin
Heptaminol Corofundol
Homatropine Homapin
Hydralazine Apresoline
Irbesarten Avapro
Isoetharine Bronkosol
Isosorbide dinitrate Isordil
Ketorolac Toradol
Labetalol Normodyne
Losartan Hyzaar
Mecamylamine Inversine
Medetomidine Domitor
Metaproterenol Alupent, Metaprel
Methixene Trest
Methoxamine Vasoxyl
Methoxyphenamine Orthoxide
Methyldopa Aldomet
Metoprolol Lopressor
Mibefradil Posicor
Midodrine Pro-Amiline
Minoxidil Loniten
Moexipril (metabolite moexiprilat) Uniretic
Nadol Corgard
Naratriptan Amerge
Neostigmine Prostigmine
Oxprenolol Trasicor
Papaverine Pavagen, etc.
Paramethadione Paradione
Pargyline Eutonyl
Penbutolol Levatol
Pentaerythritol tetranitrate Duotrate
Pentazocine Talwin
Phenoxybenzamine Dibenzyline
Phentolamine Regitine
Phenylephrine Isophrin, Neo-Synephrine
Phenylpropanolamine Propadrine
Physostigmine Eserine
Pindolol Viskin
Pirbuterol Maxair
Piretanide Arelix, Tauliz
Prazosin Minipress
Primidone Mysoline
Procaterol Pro Air
Procyclidine Kemadrin
Promazine Sparine
Promethazine Phenergan
Propentophylline Karsivan
Propranolol Inderal
Protokylol Ventaire
Pseudoephedrine Cenafed, Novafed
Pyridostigmine Mestinon, Regonol
Pyrilamine Neoantergan, Equihist
Ractopamine Raylean
Ritodrine Yutopar
Rizatriptan Maxalt
Scopolamine (Hyoscine) Triptone
Sibutramine Meridia
Sotalol Betapace, Sotacor
Sumatriptan Imitrex
Telmisartin Micardis
Terbutaline Brethine, Bricanyl
Testolactone Teslac
Theophylline Aqualphyllin, etc.
Timolol Blocardrin
Tolazoline Priscoline
Torsemide (Torasemide) Demadex
Trandolapril (and metabolite, Trandolaprilat) Tarka
Trihexylphenidyl Artane
Trimethadione Tridione
Trimethaphan Arfonad
Tripelennamine PBZ
Valsartan Diovan
Xylazine Rompun, Bay Va 1470
Zolmitriptan Zomig
Zonisamide Zonegran

     (4) Class 4

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

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

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

     (6) Nonclassified substances

     Nonclassified substances are considered to have no effect on the physiology of a horse, except to improve nutrition or treat or prevent infections or parasite infestations. These substances normally include antimicrobials, antiparasitic drugs, and nutrients such as vitamins.

[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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