Greyhounds are tested for drugs, but the incentive to be ahead of the game is great. Industry participants regularly claim the authorities are not genuinely interested in stopping drug abuse of greyhounds. Exposing the crooks would cripple the industry. There has been Amphetamine, Morphine and other drugs detected in racing greyhounds. There are also violent incidents at races, verbal abuse, standover tactics. There was a stabbing at a race meet in 2013. We have case files that show illegally built racing kennels. Enthusiasts think they are above their own rules, and above the law.