Ever wonder what happened to Hall of Fame trainer Tom Smith after Seabiscuit?
He had a successful career training for Mrs. Elizabeth Arden Graham’s Maine Chance Farm, winning the 1947 Kentucky Derby when Jet Pilot held off juvenile champion Phalanx to win by a head. Less well known was Smith’s involvement in a drugging scandal that cost him his trainer’s license for a year.
Read more about Smith, Maine Chance, and ephedrine in “Silent Tom’s Atomizer,” a longform article published at www.bloodhorse.com.

Here is a direct link to the article:
http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/features/silent-toms-atomizer-221653
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