Many veterinary practices help the local humane organization or county impound facility by acting as consultants. It is considered a violation of the Controlled Substances Act for a registered practitioner to order or transfer euthanasia solution to an impound facility for their exclusive use. Recently, the DEA has started issuing permits to these facilities (if they qualify as a legitimate impound facility) so that they can procure their own supply. The DEA has done this because of severe problems with security and record keeping at these facilities, as well as the liability that is placed on the veterinarian. If the impound facility is unable to obtain a DEA permit of their own, then the veterinarian could agree to euthanasia (or supervise the euthanasia) of animals with drugs from his or her supply on a case-by-case basis; in no circumstances should controlled substances be "issued" to another facility that is not properly licensed to possess them.
YONKERS, NY, Sunday, January 14, 2018 — Harness racing favored Money Maven (Yannick Gingras, $) held sway after a long grind Sunday afternoon (Jan. 14th), winning Yonkers Raceway’s $50,000 Open Handicap Trot. The field of nine went as the first of seven ‘French’ trots, with Money Maven away from third from post position No. 3. Last week’s off-the-pace winner, Consolidator (Jim Marohn Jr.), left hard here. The lass worked around pole-sitting Cash Me Out (Eric Goodell), laying down early intervals of : and :. Money Maven, snapped in a very good effort a week ago, edged from third, with second-tier Tight Lines (Jeff Gregory) second-over. The fave engaged a stubborn Consolidator through a 1: three-quarters and a 1: milepost, finally putting the ma’am away early in the lane. Cash Me Out then slid out after Tight Lines retreated, having dead aim but seemingly hanging late. Money Maven held sway by a neck, getting the mile-and-quarter in 2:. Deep closer Home’n Dry (Matt Kakaley) and Melady’s Monet arrived late for third and fourth, respectively, with Luminosity (George Brennan) settling for the final pay envelope. For Money Maven, a 9-year-old Revenue S gelding owned by Kapildeo Singh and trained by Rene Allard, it was his first win in a pair of seasonal starts. The exacta paid $18, with triple returning $. The season’s first ‘New York, New York Double’ offered a winning combination of 4-Lezendary (Aqueduct’s 3rd race) and 1-Inukchuk Chuck (Yonkers’ 5th race) paid $55 for every correct $1 wager. Total pool was $6,236. Frank Drucker