TRAINER Eddie Lo Kwok-chow believes someone within the racing industry is trying to ''fit him up'', after his arrest for alleged possession of drugs. ''Somebody from the industry wants me out, I do not know who or why, '' he said. ''These drugs were found on the floor of a guest room, not my bedroom. ''If I was a drug addict I would not have passed my medical with the Jockey Club. I am innocent.'' After Monday's early morning raid, he said he had invited at least 15 friends back to his Sha Tin flat after Sunday's race meeting. ''I do not know how the drugs got to be there, or who they belonged to,'' he said before yesterday's meeting at Sha Tin. ''It has been a nightmare week and I do not feel particularly lucky at the moment after what I have been put through. ''All I want to do is clear my name, put this behind me and return to doing what I do best, training winners.'' Within the last week the 35-year-old has had his Sha Tin stables raided by narcotics officers and two days ago he was arrested after laboratory tests revealed substances seized during the bust were cocaine and cannabis. Officers also seized a number of videos from his apartment, which are being reviewed as part of the investigations. Lo's luck did not change yesterday with one of his three runners, Charity Spirit, being pipped on the post in race seven. Lo has still not produced any significant form this season, with only one winner to his credit. Police had earlier admitted last week's raid was spurred by information received from a surveillance operation and sources within the racing industry. But Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club information secretary Wilson Cheng said it would be premature to comment on Lo's future. ''If he is charged and convicted we will hold our own inquiry, but as far as we are concerned he is a clean man. He has not even been charged yet,'' he said. ''The Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club takes a very dim view of anything connected with drugs. We try and take every step to discourage any kind of abuse.'' Director of Racing Philip Johnston said: ''We would be very concerned if any licensed person was found to have taken drugs.'' Lo was released on $2,000 bail and told to report on Saturday.