confirmed by a second sample, a lawyer for the horse’s owner said Wednesday.A lab at the University of California, Davis, confirmed that the additional post-race sample tested positive for an elevated level of betamethasone, Clark Brewster, the lawyer for Amr Zedan, who owns Media Spirit, told The New York Times. Brewster told the newspaper the lab did not test the blood or urine samples for other compounds, "which could prove the trace positive came from an inadvertent and materially inconsequential contamination sourced from a topical ointment used to treat Medina Spirit for a skin lesion on his hip."RELATED: Churchill Downs suspends trainer after Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit fails post-race drug testMedina Spirit could be
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