Title 810 | Chapter 008 | Regulation 020


810 KAR 8:020.Drug, medication, and substance classification schedule.

Section 1.

The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission Uniform Drug, Medication, and Substance Classification Schedule.

(1)

This administrative regulation shall establish the respective classifications of all substances contained herein.

(2)

(a)

Class A drugs, medications, and substances are those that:

1.

Have the highest potential to influence performance in the equine athlete, regardless of their approval by the United States Food and Drug Administration; or

2.

Lack approval by the United States Food and Drug Administration, but have pharmacologic effects similar to certain Class B drugs, medications, or substances that are approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration.

(b)

Class A shall include:

Acecarbromal

Acetophenazine

Adinazolam

Alcuronium

Alfentanil

Almotriptan

Alphaprodine

Alpidem

Alprazolam

Alprenolol

Althesin

Aminorex

Amisulpride

Amitriptyline

Amobarbital

Amoxapine

Amperozide

Amphetamine

Amyl nitrite

Anileridine

Anilopam

Apomorphine

Aprobarbital

Arecoline

Atracurium

Atomoxetine

Azacylonol

Azaperone

Barbital

Barbiturates

Bemegride

Benazepril

Benperidol

Bentazepam

Benzactizine

Benzoctamine

Benzonatate

Benzphetamine

Benztropine

Benzylpiperazine

Bethanidine

Biperiden

Biriperone

Bitolterol

Bolasterone

Boldione

Brimondine

Bromazepam

Bromfenac

Bromisovalum

Bromocriptine

Bromperidol

Brotizolam

Bufexamac

Bupivacaine

Buprenorphine

Buspirone

Bupropion

Butabartital

Butacaine

Butalbital

Butanilicaine

Butaperazine

Butoctamide

Calusterone

Camazepam

Cannabinoids, Synthetic

Captadiame

Carazolol

Carbidopa

Carbromal

Carfentanil

Carphenazine

Carpipramine

Cathinone

Chloral betaine

Chloral hydrate

Chloraldehyde

Chloralose

Chlordiazepoxide

Chlorhexadol

Chlormezanone

Chloroform

Chloroprocaine

Chlorproethazine

Chlorpromazine

Chlorprothixene

Cimaterol

Citalopram

Cllibucaine

Clobazam

Clocapramine

Clomethiazole

Clomipramine

Clonazepam

Clorazepate

Clormecaine

Clostebol

Clothiapine

Clotiazepam

Cloxazolam

Clozapine

Cobratoxin

Cocaine

Codeine

Conorphone

Conotoxin

Corticaine

Crotetamide

Cyamemazine

Cyclandelate

Cyclobarbital

Darbepoetin

Decamethonium

Dehydrochloromethy-

testosterone

Delorazepam

Demoxepam

Dermorphin

Desipramine

Desoxymethyl-

testosterone

Dextromoramide

Dezocine

Diamorphine

Dichloralphenazone

Diethylpropion

Diethylthiambutene

Dihydrocodeine

Dimefline

Diprenorphine

Divalproex

Dixyrazine

Donepezil

Dopamine

Doxacurium

Doxapram

Doxazosin

Doxefazepam

Doxepin

Droperidol

Duloxetine

Eletriptan

Enalapril

Enciprazine

Endorphins

Enkephalins

Ephedrine

Epibatidine

Epinephrine

Ergaloid Mesylates

Erthritol tetranitrate

Erythropoietin

Eszopiclone

Estazolam

Ethamivan

Ethanol

Ethchlorvynol

Ethinamate

Ethoheptazine

Ethopropazine

Ethosuximide

Ethylisobutrazine

Ethylmorphine

Ethylnorepinephrine

Ethylphenidate

Etidocaine

Etifoxin

Etizolam

Etodroxizine

Etomidate

Etorphine HCL

Fenarbamate

Fenfluramine

Fentanyl

Fluanisone

Fludiazepam

Flunitrazepam

Fluopromazine

Fluoresone

Fluoxetine

Flupenthixol

Flupirtine

Flurazepam

Fluspirilene

Flutoprazepam

Fluvoxamine

Formebolone

Fosinopril

Furzabol

Galantamine

Gallamine

Gepirone

Gestrinone

Glutethimide

Guanadrel

Guanethidine

Halazepam

Haloperidol

Haloxazolam

Hemoglobinglutamers

Hemopure

Hexafluorenium

Hexobarbital

Homophenazine

Hydrocodone

Hydromorphone

Hydroxyamphetamine

Ibomal

Iloprost

Imipramine

Inositol

Trispyrophosphate

Ipsapirone

Irbesarten

Isocarboxazid

Isomethadone

Isoproterenol

Ketazolam

Ketorolac

Lamotrigine

Lenperone

Levodopa

Levomethorphan

Levorphanol

Lisinopril

Lithium

Lobeline

Lofentanil

Loflazepate, Ethyl

Loprazolam

Lorazepam

Lormetazepam

Loxapine

Mabuterol

Maprotiline

Mazindol

Mebutamate

Meclofenoxate

Medazepam

Meldonium

Melperone

Memantine

Meparfynol

Mepazine

Meperidine

Mephenoxalone

Mephentermine

Mephenytoin

Mephobarbital

Meprobamate

Mesoridazine

Mestanolone

Mesterolone

Metaclazepam

Metaraminol

Metazocine

Methachloline

Methadone

Methamphetamine, when detected exclusively as d-methamphetamine or in combination with l-methamphetamine

Methandriol

Methandrostenolone

Methaqualone

Metharbital

Methasterone

Methcathinone

Methenolone

Methixene

Methohexital

Methotrimeprazine

Methoxamine

Methoxyphenamine

3-Methoxytyramine

Methyl-1-testosterone

Methylandriostenediol

Methyldienolone

Methyldopa

Methylene

Dioxypyrovalene

(MDPV; 3,4

Methylenedioxy-

pyrovalerone)

Methylhexaneamine

Methylnortestosterone

Methylphenidate

Methyprylon

Metocurine

Metomidate

Metopon

Mexazolam

Mirtazapine

Mivacurium

Modafinil

Molindone

Moperone

Morphine

Mosapramine

Muscarine

Naepaine

Nalbuphine

Nalorphine

Nebivolol

Nefazodone

Nefopam

Nikethamide

Nimetazepam

Nitrazepam

Norbolethone

Norclostebol

Nordiazepam

Norepinephrine

Norethandrolone

Nortriptyline

Nylidrin

Olanzapine

Olmesartan

Oxabolone

Oxazepam

Oxazolam

Oxcarbazepine

Oxilofrine

Oxprenolol

Oxycodone

Oxymesterone

Oxymorphone

Oxypertine

Paliperidone

Pancuronium

Papaverine

Paraldehyde

Paramethadione

Pargyline

Paroxetine

Pemoline

Penfluridol

Pentaerythritol

Pentobarbital

Pentylenetetrazol

Perazine

Perfluorocarbons

Perfluorodecahydro-

naphthalene

Perfluorodecalin

Perfluorooctylbromide

Perfluorotripro-

pylamine

Periciazine

Perindopril

Perlapine

Perphenazine

Phenaglycodol

Phenazocine

Phencyclidine

Phendimetrazine

Phenelzine

Phenmetrazine

Phenobarbital

Phentermine

Physostigmine

Picrotoxin

Piminodine

Pimozide

Pinazepam

Pipamperone

Pipecuronium

Pipequaline

Piperacetazine

Piperocaine

Pipotiazine

Pipradrol

Piquindone

Piritramide

Prazepam

Procaterol

Prochlorperazine

Propanidid

Propiomazine

Propionylpromazine

Propiram

Propofol

Propoxycaine

Prostanozol

Prothipendyl

Protokylol

Protriptyline

Proxibarbital

Pyrithyldione

Quazipam

Quetiapine

Quinapril / Quinaprilat

Quinbolone

Racemethorphan

Racemorphan

Raclopride

Ractopamine

Ramipril / Ramiprilat

Remifentanil

Remoxipride

Rilmazafone

Risperidone

Ritanserin

Rivastigmine

Rocuronium

Ropivacaine

Secobarbital

Selegiline

Sertraline

Sildenafil

Snake Venoms

Somatrem

Somatropin

Spiclomazine

Spiperone

Spirapril / Spiraprilat

Stenbolone

Succinylcholine

Sufentanil

Sulfondiethylmethane

Sulfonmethane

Sulforidazine

Sulpiride

Sultopride

Tadalasil

Talbutal

Tandospirone

Temazepam

Terazosin

Tetrabenazine

Tetracaine

Tetrahydrogestrinone

Tetrazepam

Thebaine

Thialbarbital

Thiamylal

Thiethylperazine

Thiopental

Thiopropazate

Thioproperazine

Thioridazine

Thiothixene

Tiapride

Tiletamine

Timiperone

Tofisopam

Topirimate

Torsemide

Tranylcypromine

Trazodone

Tretoquinol

Triazolam

Tribromethanol

Tricaine

Trichloroethanol

Tricholoethylene

Triclofos

Trifluomeprazine

Trifluoperazine

Trifluperidol

Triflupromazine

Trihexylphenidyl

Trimethaphan

Trimipramine

Tubocurarine

Tybamate

Urethane

Valerenic Acid

Valnoctamide

Vardenafil

Venlafaxine

Veralipride

Vercuronium

Viloxazine

Vinbarbital

Vinylbital

Zaleplon

Ziconotide

Zilpaterol

hydrochloride

Ziprasidone

Zolazepam

Zolpidem

Zopiclone

Zotepine

Zuclopenthixol

(3)

(a)

Class B drugs, medications, and substances are those that:

1.

Are approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration and have a high potential to influence performance in the equine athlete, but less potential than Class A drugs, medications, and substances that are classified at that level because they have the highest potential to influence performance; or

2.

Lack approval by the United States Food and Drug Administration, but have pharmacologic effects similar to certain Class C drugs, medications, or substances that are approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration.

(b)

Class B shall include:

2-Aminoheptane

Acebutolol

Acepromazine

Acetanilid

Acetophenetidin

Adrenochrome

monosemicarbazone

salicylate

Albuterol

Alclofenac

Aldosterone

Ambenonium

Ambroxol

Amiloride

Aminophylline

Aminopyrine

Amiodarone

Amisometradine

Amitraz

Amlodipine

Amrinone

Anisotropine

Antipyrine

Apazone

Aprindine

Arformoterol

Articaine

Atenolol

Atropine

Baclofen

Bendroflumethiazide

Benoxaprofen

Benzocaine

Benzthiazide

Bepridil

Betaxolol

Bisoprolol

Boldenone

Bretylium

Bromhexine

Bromodiphenhydramine

Brompheniramine

Bumetanide

Butorphanol

Butoxycaine

Caffeine

Candesartan

Captopril

Carbachol

Carbamezapine

Carbazochrome

Carbinoxamine

Carisoprodol

Carprofen

Carteolol

Carticaine

Carvedilol

Celecoxib

Chlormerodrin

Chlorothiazide

Chlorpheniramine

Chlorthalidone

Chlorzoxazone

Cilostazol

Clanobutin

Clemastine

Clenbuterol

Clidinium

Clofenamide

Clonidine

Colchicine

Cyclizine

Cyclobenzaprine

Cyclothiazide

Cycrimine

Cyproheptadine

Danazol

Deracoxib

Detomidine

Dextromethorphan

Dextropropoxyphene

Diazepam

Diazoxide

Dibucaine

Diflunisal

Digitoxin

Digoxin

Dihydroergotamine

Diltiazem

Dimethisoquin

Diphenhydramine

Diphenoxylate

Dipyridamole

Disopyramide

Dobutamine

Doxylamine

Dromstanolone

Dyphylline

Edrophonium

Eltenac

Enalapril

Ergotamine

Esmolol

Etamiphylline

Etanercept

Ethacrynic acid

Ethotoin

Ethylestrenol

Etodolac

Felbamate

Felodipine

Fenbufen

Fenclozic acid

Fenoldopam

Fenoprofen

Fenoterol

Fenspiride

Fentiazac

Flecainide

Floctafenine

Flufenamic acid

Flumethiazide

Flunarizine

Fluoroprednisolone

Fluoxymesterone

Fluphenazine

Flurbiprofen

Formoterol

Fosphenytoin

Gabapentin

Guanabenz

Heptaminol

Hexocyclium

Hexylcaine

Homatropine

Hydralazine

Hydrochlorthiazide

Hydroflumethiazide

Hydroxyzine

Ibutilide

Indomethacin

Infliximab

Ipratropium

Isoetharine

Isometheptene

Isopropamide

Isosorbide dinitrate

Isoxicam

Isradipine

Kebuzone

Ketamine

L-methamphetamine, when detected by itself and not in combination with d-methamphetamine

Labetalol

Levobunolol

Lidocaine

Loperamide

Losartan

Mecamylamine

Meclizine

Medetomidine

Mefenamic acid

MelMepenzolate

Mephenesin

Mepivacaine

Meralluride

Merbaphen

Mercaptomerin

Mercumatilin

Mersalyl

Metaproterenol

Metaxalone

Methantheline

Methapyrilene

Methdilazine

Methosuxamide

Methotrexate

Methscopolamine

Methylatropine

Methylchlorthiazide

Methysergide

Methyltestosterone

Metiamide

Metolazone

Metoprolol

Mexilitine

Mibefradil

Mibolerone

Midazolam

Midodrine

Milrinone

Minoxidil

Moexipriloxicam

Nadol

Naloxone

Naltrexone

Nandrolone

Naphazoline

Naratriptan

Neostigmine

Nicardipine

Nifedipine

Niflumic acid

Nimesulide

Nimodipine

Nitroglycerin

Nortestosterone

Orphenadrine

Oxandrolone

Oxaprozin

Oxymetazoline

Oxymetholone

Oxyphencyclimine

Oxyphenonium

Penbutolol

Pentazocine

Pergolide

Phenacemide

Phenoxybenzamine

Phensuximide

Phentolamine

Phenylephrine

Phenylpropanolamine

Phenytoin

Pindolol

Pirbuterol

Piretanide

Piroxicam

Polythiazide

Prazosin

Prilocaine

Primidone

Procainamide

Procaine

Procyclidine

Promazine

Promethazine

Propafenone

Propantheline

Propentophylline

Propranolol

Propylhexedrine

Pseudoephedrine

Pyridostigmine

Pyrilamine

Quinidine

Reserpine

Ritodrine

Rizatriptan

Rofecoxib

Romifidine

Salmeterol

Scopolamine

Sibutramine

Sotalol

Spironalactone

Stanozolol

Strychnine

Sumatriptan

Telmisartin

Tenoxicam

Tepoxalin

Terbutaline

Terfenadine

Testolactone

Testosterone

Tetrahydrozoline

Theobromine

Theophylline

Thiosalicylate

Thiphenamil

Tiaprofenic acid

Timolol

Tocainide

Tolazoline

Tolmetin

Tramadol

Trandolapril

Trenbolone

Triamterene

Tridihexethyl

Trimeprazine

Trimethadione

Tripelennamine

Triprolidine

Valdecoxib

Valsartan

Vedaprofen

Verapamil

Xylazine

Xylometazoline

Yohimbine

Zolmitriptan

Zomepirac

Zonisamide

(4)

(a)

Class C drugs, medications, and substances are those that:

1.

Are approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration and have a lesser potential to influence performance in the equine athlete than Class A drugs, medications, and substances and those Class B drugs, medications, and substances that are classified at that level because they have a high potential to influence performance and are approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration; or

2.

Lack approval by the United States Food and Drug Administration, but have pharmacologic effects similar to certain Class D drugs, medications, or substances that are approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration.

(b)

Class C shall include:

Acenocoumarol

Acetaminophen

Acetazolamide

Acetylsalicylic acid

Alclometasone

Amcinonide

Aminocaproic acid

Beclomethasone

Benoxinate

Betamethasone

Bethanechol

Budesonide

Butamben

Camphor

Cetirizine

Chlorophenesin

Chloroquine

Ciclesonide

Clobetasol

Clocortolone

Cortisone

Cyclomethylcaine

Dantrolene

Dembroxol

Deoxycorticosterone

Desonide

Desoximetasone

Dexamethasone

Dibucaine

Dichlorphenamide

Diclofenac

Diflorasone

Diflucortolone

Dimethylsulfoxide

Diphenadione

Dipyrone

Dyclonine

Ergonovine

Ethoxzolamide

Ethylaminobenzoate

Fexofenadine

Firocoxib

Fludrocortisone

Flumethasone

Flunisolide

Flunixin

Fluocinolone

Fluocinonide

Fluorometholone

Fluprednisolone

Flurandrenolide

Fluticasone

Furosemide

Glycopyrrolate

Guaifenesin

Halcinonide

Halobetasol

Hydrocortisone

Ibuprofen

Isoflupredone

Ketoprofen

Letosteine

Loratidine

Meclofenamic acid

Medrysone

Mesalamine

Methazolamide

Methocarbamol

Methylergonovine

Methylprednisolone

Metoclopramide

Mometasone

Montelukast

N-butylscopolamine

Nabumetone

Naproxen

Olsalazine

Oxyphenbutazone

Paramethasone

Phenylbutazone

Pirenzapine

Pramoxine

Prednisolone

Prednisone

Probenecid

Proparacaine

Salicylamide

Salicylate

Sulfasalazine

Sulindac

Tranexamic acid

Triamcinolone acetonide

Trichlormethiazide

Zafirlukast

Zeranol

Zileuton

(5)

(a)

Class D drugs, medications, and substances are those that:

1.

Have a lesser potential to influence performance in the equine athlete than Class A and B drugs, medications, and substances or those Class C drugs, medications, and substances that are classified at that level because they have a lesser potential to influence performance and are not approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration; or

2.

Have a lesser potential to influence performance in the equine athlete than any Class A, B, or C drugs, medications or substances.

(b)

Class D shall include:

Anisindione

Cimetidine

Cromolyn

Dicumarol

Esomeprazole

Famotidine

Isoxsuprine

Lansoprazole

Misoprostol

Nedocromil

Nizatidine

Omeprazole

Pantoprazole

Pentoxyfylline

Phenindione

Phenprocoumon

Polyethylene glycol

Rabeprazole

Ranitidine

Warfarin


HISTORY: (45 Ky.R. 2001; 3170; eff. 5-31-2019; 46 Ky.R. 2839; eff. 8-25-2020; 47 Ky.R. 2159; eff. 10-5-2021.)

7-Year Expiration: 10/5/2028

Last Updated: 3/11/2022


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