Robert Dover Hosts Panel Discussion on Drug Use during Tuesday Evening's Dover's World Radio Show


Six time Olympian Robert Dover will host an amazing panel on his Dover's World radio show, discussing the controversy over drugs and medications in both humans and equine Athletes. Dover's World airs on Tuesday February 15, 2011 at 6pm on WBZT (AM 1230) from Palm Beach to Miami, Florida. The program can also be found at DoversWorld.com, and will be streamed live there for listeners around the world. The roster for the evening's radio show include Dr. Rick Mitchell, Dr. Allen Leslie, Dr. Tim Ober, Dr. Craig Ferrell, McLain Ward and Lisa Wilcox. Also in the evening's line up at 6:15 is the voice of Welly World, Mason Phelps who will update everyone on this week's happenings in Wellington.
Featured guests on the show include Olympic Dressage Veterinarian Dr. Rick Mitchell, Dr. Allen Leslie who has served as an FEI and Olympic veterinarian, and Dr. Tim Ober who is the United States' Show jumping Veterinarian. Dr. Craig Ferrell will also join the discussion, as he serves as the team physician for riders on the United States Equestrian Team. Dressage rider Lisa Wilcox who represented the United States at the Olympics in Athens, and McLain Ward who is one of the top US Show Jumping riders.

"How's that for a great line up?" jokes Dover. "All of these incredible people are coming on Dover's World to talk about a very prominent issue that is on the news all the time. This is an incredible combination of our top vets, and two top riders along with a physician who deals with riders. I think the discussion will be very interesting and I'm excited to be a part of it. There is such controversy all across the board about whether or not some drugs are therapeutic or not, so I'm sure there will be a great debate tomorrow evening. I hope that a lot of people call in to ask questions and share their thoughts with this exciting and very talented panel!"

To call into Dover's World, please dial 561-844-6167 or toll-free from anywhere, 1-800-889-0267. The show begins promptly at 6pm, and will last until 8pm.

For more information please visit www.doversworld.com




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