The cobalt inquiry involving trainer Sam Kavanagh will enter its second day in Sydney.
On Monday, vet Dr Adam Matthews denied he was the facilitator of race day treatment for the Kavanagh-trained Midsummer Sun who recorded high levels of cobalt and caffeine in a post-race test after he won the Gosford Cup in January.
Matthews is a former employee of the Flemington Equine Clinic.
Dr Tom Brennan, a partner in the clinic, has been charged in both NSW and Victoria with supplying a substance labelled Vitamin Complex which contained 175 times the amount of cobalt normally found in supplements.
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