Fri-Sun: 25 Horses Down

Unless otherwise noted, the following horses were “vanned off” American tracks this weekend.

6-year-old Formulaforsuccess, Belmont, race 3
5-year-old Big Bentley, Calder, race 7
4-year-old Capable Native, Charles Town, race 1 (not vanned off but “bleeding from the nose”)
2-year-old Senora Sargento, Indiana Downs, race 5
2-year-old Coffee Dance, Indiana Downs, race 7
3-year-old Dash for Coronas, Lone Star, race 4
4-year-old Proulette (who was an eased DNF in start before this), Penn National, race 7
3-year-old Chiquita Mala, Penn National, race 9
2-year-old Da Belldozer, Remington, race 8
7-year-old She’s a Doll Two, Retama, race 9

7-year-old Monkeyinthemiddle, Delta Downs, race 1
2-year-old Go Go Boots, Hawthorne, race 2
6-year-old It’s My Turn, Keeneland, race 4 (bled and vanned off)
2-year-old Maroma Beach, Los Alamitos, race 4
6-year-old Reel Spinner, Mountaineer, race 4 (not vanned off but “bled,” DNF)
5-year-old Lord Vronsky, Santa Anita, race 4
5-year-old Dixieland Blues, Santa Anita, race 8
3-year-old Twilite Zone, Zia Park, race 3
5-year-old Night Victor, Zia Park, race 12

4-year-old Oklahoma Mule, Albuquerque, race 5 (not vanned off but “pulled up in distress,” DNF)
3-year-old Transplendid, Belmont, race 6
2-year-old Joe the Jet Perry, Los Alamitos, race 1
2-year-old Whos Up, Los Alamitos, race 9
2-year-old Platinum Gold (after winning), Portland Meadows, race 8
4-year-old Twitch (who was a pulled up DNF in start before this), Santa Anita, race 6


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  1. These horses are suffering abuse and it is difficult to comprehend why it is tolerated day after day. There are laws to deal with animal cruelty and abuse but the horse industry is exempt. The only reason for this is money. What a shame.

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