Jordan Fishman Scheduled For Change Of Plea Hearing On Oct. 6

Jordan Fishman, a defendant in the federal horse doping case who was indicted on charges related to drug adulteration and misbranding last March, will enter a change of plea before Judge Mary Kay Vyskocil in United States District Court, Southern District of New York, on Oct. 6, according to the Thoroughbred Daily News.

“From at least in or about 2002 through at least in or about March 2020, Seth Fishman, Lisa Giannelli, Jordan Fishman, and Rick Dane, Jr., the defendants, and others known and unknown, engaged in a corrupt scheme to create, manufacture, and distribute adulterated and misbranded PEDs to racehorse trainers and others in a systematic effort to improve race performance of racehorses, and obtain prize money as a result,” reads the indictment. “The defendants, created, marketed, and distributed a variety of PEDs, which were manufactured in an unregistered facility, mislabeled, and/or administered with no valid prescription.”

Several other defendants in the case have entered changes of plea from “not guilty” to “guilty” in recent months, including Jorge Navarro, Kristian Rhein, and Michael Kegley, Jr.

Read more at the Thoroughbred Daily News.

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