The Friday Show Presented By Monmouth Park: After Navarro’s Guilty Plea, What’s Next?

Following the guilty pleas over the last 10 days from veterinarian Kristian Rhein and trainer Jorge Navarro, the Paulick Report’s three-time Eclipse Award-winning editor-in-chief Natalie Voss answers questions from readers and offers her own analysis of where the 18-month-old federal anti-doping criminal case stands and where it may be going.

Voss joins publisher Ray Paulick to explain Navarro’s plea and the potential prison term and monetary consequences he faces.

Among the questions we’ve been asked are: What does Navarro’s plea mean to some of the other individuals indicted, including trainer Jason Servis? Will any horses from the stables of convicted trainers or treated with performance-enhancing drugs by convicted veterinarians be disqualified from any victories? Will owners of horses who won purses through cheating trainers or veterinarians be on the hook for any monetary damages? Are more criminal indictments expected in the coming weeks or months?

Bloodstock editor Joe Nevills joins the show to review the Lake Huron Stakes win by the Woodbine Star of the Week, Forest Survivor, a 3-year-old Ontario-bred Old Forester colt who hung tough in the stretch after setting fast fractions under jockey Kazushi Kimura.

Watch this week’s show, presented by Monmouth Park, below:

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