Trainer Hughie Morrison, who could face a fine or ban, said he is 'totally innocent'

Trainer Hughie Morrison offers £10,000 reward

Trainer Hughie Morrison has offered a £10,000 reward for information that will clear his name after his filly Our Little Sister tested positive for an anabolic steroid when finishing last when running at Wolverhampton on January 14.

With the BHA operating a zero tolerance policy on anabolic steroids, Morrison faces at least a heavy fine or ban.

Trainer Hughie Morrison, who could face a fine or ban, said he is 'totally innocent'

Trainer Hughie Morrison, who could face a fine or ban, said he is 'totally innocent'

Trainer Hughie Morrison, who could face a fine or ban, said he is ‘totally innocent’

BHA testers found no evidence of anabolic steroids in any other horses among his 75-strong string.

With no evidence of betting activity and Our Little Sister being a poor quality maiden, Morrison, who was charged by the BHA yesterday, believes he has been the victim of malicious sabotage.

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