Dubai-owned horse racing giant Godolphin, one of the wealthiest and most powerful operations in the sport, has been rocked to its foundations by allegations of doping.
Bookmakers have refunded hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of bets after it emerged 11 horses at the Godolphin stables at Newmarket had tested positive for steroids.
ITV News' Correspondent Richard Pallot reports.
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