Jwala Dead at Sha Tin

Jwala (pictured below), a 4-year-old filly, suffered a catastrophic collapse at Hong Kong’s Sha Tin on Sunday and was subsequently killed. She was ridden by Steven Drowne, trained by Robert Cowell, and owned by Manor Farm. Said Cowell in a tweet, “Jwala was a special racehorse. I am especially proud to have been part of her life.” And, Mr. Cowell, part of her death.

photo credit: ESPN
photo credit: ESPN

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  1. Thank you for your ongoing support of horses and all the information that you are getting out there. I am wondering if you would help us spread the word about an event we are planning, which is to promote awareness in order to implement better laws, and in general raise welfare for horses, wild horses, all horses! If you like us on facebook, our event is called “Wildies & Mustangs-All Equine Event. From Canada, the Canadian Horse Defense Coalition, Canadian Wild Horse Foundation, the Newfoundland Pony Society, La Lac Croix Pony Society, Angela Lloyd-Briggs are coming (possibly more people we are waiting to confirm). From the U.S., Laura Leigh, Simone Netherlands, and Craig Downer. The event will be held at Conestogo River Horseback Adventures on the 21st of June, 2014, in Waterloo, Ontario (Canada).

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