A Ludicrous Lie

And so, as another young racehorse – Ludicrous – makes his way to the rendering plant, the air becomes fouled with the typical racing response. Writing in the Times Union (Albany) Saturday, Pete Iorizzo had this to say:

“On Travers Day, we saw the best and worst of thoroughbred racing. A few hours after a horse suffered a grotesque injury and died in front of 46,557 fans, the Grade I, $1.25 million stakes race delivered a photo finish and long-shot winner.”

(The “grotesque injury”? “Ludicrous got bumped in the stretch and took a bad step. He threw his rider and, when he came to a stop, revealed a leg bent at an impossible angle. At least one fan said from the apron he could hear the horse’s bone snap. The 2-year-old colt thrashed about for a few moments before the ambulance arrived, and most of us prayed for the inevitable to happen quickly. It did. Behind black curtains that flapped in the afternoon breeze, Ludicrous was euthanized.”)

Iorizzo continues: “Race horses sometimes die. It’s the most painful truth about a sport so many of us love, a game that has brought much joy — not to mention economic gain — to the Spa city.”

And as if seeking reassurance, he turns to Ludicrous’ trainer, Chad Brown:

“…there are not too many businesses that have animals with round-the-clock care. Unfortunately, like every athlete, you take a bad step and you get hurt. It’s a rare thing, thankfully. But there are so many good things that happen to the horses every day. That’s what drives you to come to work — how they’re well-cared for, how happy the horses are. Those are the highlights of being in the sport.”

Iorizzo: “It’s possible to be both horrified by Saturday’s tragedy and a fan of horse racing, because Brown’s moral calculus isn’t unreasonable. The overall well-being of many animals can outweigh the occasional tragedy. And when Brown says he — and other trainers — love and care for their horses, I believe them.”

Still, there is a hint of conflict (hope) in Iorizzo’s words: “What’s most disturbing to me, rather, was how quickly the party went on. After Ludicrous was removed from the course, the on-track announcers never mentioned him — no offering of condolences, no moment of silence, nothing. And by the time V.E. Day was edging Wicked Strong by a nose in the Travers, it seemed just about everyone had forgotten…” (Ludicrous dying – hit “Race Replays,” Saturday, race 4) (and a photo)

Mr. Iorizzo, follow that train of thought to its logical conclusion. Ludicrous, like them all, was but a means to an end, a simple resource. His “tragic death,” save for a line on his owners’ 2014 tax return, has already been forgotten. As for Chad Brown’s response? Specious garbage, per usual. The “Sport of Kings” is no such thing. It’s animal exploitation, inherently cruel and regularly deadly.

The incomplete 2014 Killed List:

3-year-old Aunt Meanie, January 1, Fair Grounds, race 9
5-year-old Uncle Smokey, January 2, Aqueduct, race 7
3-year-old Shand, January 2, Santa Anita, race 8
4-year-old Sassy Cherokee, January 4, Charles Town, race 1
3-year-old Classic Ford, January 4, Fair Grounds, race 10
2-year-old Side Street, January 4, Gulfstream, race 3
8-year-old Caixa Eletronica, January 4, Belmont, training
3-year-old Six Drivers, January 4, Belmont, training
2-year-old Blonde for Ever, January 6, Parx, race 3
4-year-old Clodhopper, January 6, Turf, race 3
8-year-old Devils Afleet, January 8, Turf, race 3
2-year-old Casey Lynn, January 9, Delta, race 1
3-year-old Battle Silk, January 9, Delta, race 9
4-year-old Skip the Limit, January 11, Charles Town, race 6
4-year-old Golden Archway, January 11, Tampa Bay, race 3
10-year-old Stormy Surge, January 12, Golden Gate, training
3-year-old Go Canes Go, January 13, Belmont, training
6-year-old Mystery Taste, January 14, Beulah, race 7
4-year-old Past Glory, January 16, Charles Town, race 8
3-year-old Forgot to Duck, January 16, Golden Gate, training
3-year-old The Mikester, January 16, Penn National, race 1
5-year-old Actin Lucky, January 18, Charles Town, race 7
4-year-old Diplomatic Gal, January 18, Charles Town, race 7
6-year-old More Nuggets, January 18, Hialeah, race 3
4-year-old Trick the Queen, January 18, Laurel, race 5
3-year-old Longevity, January 18, Oaklawn, race 3
2-year-old Top Data, January 20, Fair Grounds, race 9
3-year-old Soul Searcher, January 20, Golden Gate, race 8
4-year-old Vanessa Flag, January 21, Sunland, race
5-year-old Holleran, January 22, Beulah, race 2
3-year-old Miss Go Free, January 24, Golden Gate, training
4-year-old Shesonlyseventeen, January 24, Los Alamitos, race 7
2-year-old Electric Eddie, January 25, Santa Anita, race 10
3-year-old Dixie Sparkle, January 26, Aqueduct, race 7
3-year-old Silent Blessing, January 26, Calder, race 2
4-year-old Gimmenosass, January 26, Turf, race 8
4-year-old Royal Affair, January 29, Beulah, race 1
2-year-old Valar Dohaeris, January 30, Belmont, training
3-year-old Budding Affair, January 31, Golden Gate, training
4-year-old Flashy in Pink, February 1, Belmont, training
4-year-old Charlie Company, February 1, Golden Gate, training
2-year-old Tizardo, February 1, Oaklawn, race 9
4-year-old Minotaur, February 4, Turf, race 1
5-year-old Silver Cloud, February 5, Tampa Bay, race 9
2-year-old Salt Block, February 6, Laurel, race 4
3-year-old Cougarontheprowl, February 6, Santa Anita, race 4
4-year-old Mr Manske, February 7, Charles Town, race 4
4-year-old Malibu Affair, February 8, Sunland, race 9
1-year-old Manchas Mojave, February 13, Golden Gate, training
8-year-old Moscato, February 14, Golden Gate, race 7
5-year-old Code of Conduct, February 14, Santa Anita, race 7
4-year-old LG Jet, February 15, Turf, race 2
4-year-old Vero’s Hero, February 16, Gulfstream, race 1
3-year-old He’s Not Too Shaby, February 17, Santa Anita, race 9
5-year-old Gracias, February 17, Turf, race 2
3-year-old Sum Royal, February 20, Charles Town, race 2
3-year-old Very Elusive, February 21, Golden Gate, training
3-year-old Andromeda’s Coming, February 22, Aqueduct, race 3
9-year-old Miss Palatine, February 22, Hawthorne, race 2
4-year-old Body of Evidence, February 22, Hialeah, race 2
Standardbred Scottie C, February 22, Buffalo, race 3
3-year-old Byerley Barb, February 23, Golden Gate, training
2-year-old Chica de La Noche, February 23, Louisiana, race 7
Standardbred Pay Tribute, February 26, Buffalo, race 7
5-year-old Giant Indian, February 26, Laurel, race 7
4-year-old Sea Rep Run, February 28, Charles Town, race 6
5-year-old Sound of Drums, March 1, Aqueduct, race 7
2-year-old Syeshacat, March 1, Mountaineer, race 4
3-year-old King Moon, March 2, Oaklawn, race 4
3-year-old Aggressive Prize, March 3, Louisiana, race 5
2-year-old Changeinaction, March 5, Belmont, training
6-year-old The Program, March 6, Fair Grounds, race 8
1-year-old Ruby Jo, March 6, Golden Gate, training
2-year-old Miss Da Sunrise, March 7, Fair Grounds, race 4
5-year-old Cellophane, March 7, Golden Gate, race 6
6-year-old Tawdry, March 10, Mountaineer, race 8
Standardbred Hickory Louie, March 12, Monticello, race 8
2-year-old Uncle Betty, March 13, Charles Town, race 5
3-year-old Kenai Warrior, March 14, Gulfstream, race 6
6-year-old Cooper River, March 14, Laurel, race 3
4-year-old Concept, March 15, Aqueduct, training
7-year-old Itsagoodtendollars, March 15, Belmont, training
4-year-old Candy’s Jewel, March 15, Los Alamitos, race 1
3-year-old Fardan, March 15, Santa Anita, race 1
3-year-old Broadway Peyton, March 15, Tampa Bay, race 6
5-year-old El Altanero, March 17, Beulah, race 7
3-year-old Hot Little Thang, March 17, Turf, race 1
4-year-old Colonel By, March 21, Charles Town, race 2
3-year-old Finesse, March 21, Oaklawn, race 7
4-year-old Garden Tavern, March 22, Charles Town, race 2
4-year-old Diva On Demand, March 22, Laurel, race 4
4-year-old Sweetly Put, March 22, Penn, race 9
6-year-old Vagabond Shoes, March 22, Santa Anita, race 4
3-year-old Vengeful, March 23, Gulfstream, race 2
6-year-old With a Miracle, March 23, Sunland, race 7
6-year-old Kern River, March 28, Fonner, race 2
3-year-old Art of the Game, March 28, Gulfstream, race 8
2-year-old Russian Silk, March 29, Santa Anita, race 9
3-year-old Causewere Gamblers, March 30, Santa Anita, race 3
4-year-old Notbyemyrules, March 30, Santa Anita, race 9
2-year-old Jojonotjoelowe, April 3, Aqueduct, training
6-year-old No Shenanigans, April 4, Pimlico, race 5
6-year-old Crystallo, April 6, Mountaineer, race 3
6-year-old Hudson Ridge, April 6, Pimlico, race 9
8-year-old Casey’s On Call, April 9, Hawthorne, race 2
2-year-old Ivebeensaved, April 12, Parx, race 6
4-year-old Alondra Sky, April 13, Gulfstream, race 4
5-year-old Here Comes Drz, April 15, Charles Town, race 6
4-year-old American Iron, April 15, Finger Lakes, training
2-year-old Crimson Flyer, April 16, Golden Gate, training
3-year-old Sicard’s Sensation, April 17, Evangeline, race 10
3-year-old Recovered, April 18, Finger Lakes, race 3
Standardbred Southwind Tabor, April 21, Yonkers, race 12
Standardbred Laredos Goose, April 26, Cal Expo, race 5
4-year-old Marcelino Springs, April 26, Golden Gate, race 8
5-year-old Marine, April 26, Gulfstream, race 9
5-year-old Cuban Devil, April 27, Atlantic City, race 5
8-year-old Golden Mexico, April 27, Golden Gate, race 4
2-year-old La Jolla Cove, April 27, Santa Anita, race 2
6-year-old Caverna, April 28, Beulah, race 2
5-year-old Rock Elle Ten, April 30, Evangeline, race 2
3-year-old Handstand, May 1, Belmont, race 6
6-year-old Hotradamus, May 1, Santa Anita, race 3
3-year-old Polar Pal, May 2, Evangeline, race 7
2-year-old Onebaddancer, May 2, Golden Gate, training
5-year-old Granny Calling, May 2, Santa Anita, race 1
3-year-old Canadian Winner, May 3, Churchill, race 13
9-year-old Boston Chief, May 3, Finger Lakes, training
3-year-old Zion Hill, May 4, Mountaineer, race 6
Standardbred Liberty Cruise, May 5, Yonkers, race 5
2-year-old Nightfall, May 8, Santa Anita, race 5
5-year-old Looks Like a Saint, May 9, Indiana, race 6
6-year-old Mad Magic, May 9, Pimlico, race 1
3-year-old Aztec Secret, May 10, Louisiana, race 3
3-year-old Gameboy Luke, May 10, Santa Anita, race 4
4-year-old Mr Lemon Tree, May 11, Santa Anita, race 9
5-year-old Very Very Grateful, May 13, Finger Lakes
5-year-old Rhythm of the Moon, May 14, Suffolk, race 4
2-year-old Bold Fashion, May 15, Golden Gate, training
3-year-old Oriental Silk, May 18, Louisiana, race 8
5-year-old Blushing Martha, May 18, Mountaineer, race 8
4-year-old Caillech’s Quest, May 18, Parx, race 4
3-year-old Lucky for You, May 18, Saratoga, training
Standardbred KZ Too, May 20, Monticello, race 8
5-year-old Summa Cum Boom, May 20, Parx, race 3
3-year-old See the Music, May 21, Belmont, race 7
5-year-old Never Tell Lynda, May 22, Churchill, prior to race 1
3-year-old Stadtpark, May 22, Santa Anita, race 4
3-year-old Reflective Glory, May 24, Emerald, race 6
5-year-old Big Note, May 24, Santa Anita, race 2
5-year-old Silver Arch, May 27, Parx, race 7
4-year-old Kingston Jamaica, May 29, Belmont, training
3-year-old Jess a Speeder, May 30, Arapahoe, race 7
5-year-old Kissinginthedark, May 30, Finger Lakes, race 1
5-year-old Berrymeaux, May 31, Mountaineer, race 2
3-year-old Archie’s All Heart, June 1, Parx, race 4
4-year-old Der Boss, June 1, Pimlico, race 2
5-year-old Samuels Blond Lady, June 5, Belmont, race 2
4-year-old Sweet Teri K, June 7, Belterra, race 4
5-year-old Lemon Sundae, June 7, Finger Lakes, race 1
4-year-old Tebows Big Play, June 7, Golden Gate, race 9
5-year-old Stormdefrere, June 7, Penn, race 3
Standardbred Faith N Moon, June 8, Buffalo, race 5
8-year-old Lobo Del Norte, June 8, Parx, race 5
5-year-old X Country Girl, June 8, Parx, race 7
3-year-old Nics First Rainbow, June 9, Ruidoso, race 5
5-year-old Gulf of Aden, June 10, Parx, race 1
5-year-old Bear’s Spirit, June 12, Aqueduct, training
6-year-old J.B.’s Marquis, June 14, Louisiana, race 5
5-year-old Hot Necker, June 14, Mountaineer, race 5
4-year-old Socialbug, June 15, Churchill, training
4-year-old My Jordy, June 17, Presque Isle, race 2
2-year-old Fran’s Kid, June 18, Belmont, training
2-year-old Summer Sanctuary, June 19, Delaware, race 4
3-year-old Ol’ Bob, June 19, Louisiana, race 4
4-year-old Chiffy, June 20, Penn, race 2
5-year-old Lake Brilliant, June 20, Prairie, race 2
3-year-old Cole Forty Five, June 20, Santa Anita, race 8
6-year-old Birthday Wish, June 21, Belterra, race 7
3-year-old Shanes Social Cat, June 21, Lone Star, race 2
5-year-old How Far We’ve Come, June 22, Parx, race 8
6-year-old Griffin Rock, June 23, Parx, race 1
4-year-old Roses for Romney, June 25, Belmont, race 8
5-year-old Mel’s Game, June 26, Santa Anita, race 1
7-year-old Elsaroarin, June 27, Finger Lakes, race 9
4-year-old Western Grit, June 28, Finger Lakes, training
6-year-old Commandeer, June 28, Belterra, race 2
4-year-old Papa Doc, June 28, Charles Town, race 4
4-year-old Halos Wild, June 28, Lone Star, race 9
5-year-old My Belle Etoile, July 4, Ellis, race 5
3-year-old Michonne, July 4, Finger Lakes, race 9
2-year-old Finns Huckleberry, July 4, Ruidoso, race 1
5-year-old Guidopanzini, July 5, Oak Tree, race 9
3-year-old This Guy Is Blue, July 6, Belmont, race 9
9-year-old Streaterville, July 6, Mountaineer, race 6
7-year-old Back Talking, July 9, Mountaineer, race 5
5-year-old Our Deputy Express, July 10, Delaware, race 2
5-year-old Lone Star Sizzler, July 12, Evangeline, race 7
4-year-old Music Maid, July 13, Belmont, race 2
4-year-old Corlett Drive, July 13, Del Mar, training
5-year-old Finally Together, July 14, Mountaineer, race 9
4-year-old Kokaltash, July 17, Del Mar, race 5
4-year-old Indomitable Woman, July 17, Finger Lakes, race 5
5-year-old Could Be a Rumor, July 18, Charles Town, race 6
4-year-old Generator, July 18, Evangeline, race 8
5-year-old Piskacha, July 19, Belterra, race 4
3-year-old Missy Zelliott, July 20, Belmont, training
2-year-old Washington Dacat, July 20, Canterbury, race 7
3-year-old Ithink I Can Dance, July 22, Mountaineer, race 6
5-year-old Mr Percussionist, July 22, Parx, race 1
3-year-old Gryphon Gold, July 23, Santa Rosa, from race 7 at Sacramento July 20
Shocker Topper, July 23, Santa Rosa, training
3-year-old Dance With Fate, July 24, Del Mar, training
4-year-old Lifeguard On Duty, July 24, Saratoga, training
3-year-old Rue the Day, July 25, Charles Town, race 6
4-year-old Yes She’s Unusual, July 25, Del Mar, race 6
5-year-old Longview Drive, July 25, Del Mar, race 7
3-year-old Movin’ On Up, July 25, Louisiana, race 8
3-year-old Elusive Cowgirl, July 25, Monmouth, race 6
3-year-old Double Gold, July 25, Saratoga, training
5-year-old Lil Swiss Echo, July 26, Del Mar, race 5
3-year-old J Kat, July 26, Del Mar, race 9
3-year-old Chichita, July 26, Finger Lakes, race 1
5-year-old Rockabar, July 26, Santa Rosa, race 8
2-year-old Chilled Mousse, July 27, Del Mar, training
7-year-old Gimmeanotherwink, July 28, Finger Lakes, race 2
3-year-old Father Johns Pride, July 28, Saratoga, race 7
Standardbred Majic Laughter, July 29, Batavia
5-year-old Quorum, July 29, Finger Lakes, race 6
4-year-old Cool Under Fire, July 29, Parx, race 8
5-year-old Intimate Storm, July 30, Charles Town, race 6
4-year-old Patinka, July 30, Presque Isle, race 3
3-year-old Chattering Gambler, August 2, Del Mar, race 3
5-year-old Markyour Territory, August 2, Fairmount, race 1
2-year-old Sir William Bruce, August 2, Saratoga, race 5
7-year-old Maji Moto, August 4, Mountaineer, race 7
3-year-old Cat O Gold, August 8, Arapahoe, race 7
3-year-old Western Sword, August 8, Penn, race 8
4-year-old De Rage Girl, August 9, Parx, race 6
3-year-old Trail Blaze, August 9, Parx, race 7
4-year-old Who’strickingwho, August 10, Arapahoe, race 1
7-year-old Bonita Muneca, August 10, Belterra, race 2
5-year-old Exultant, August 10, Belterra, race 4
4-year-old Regretless, August 11, Saratoga, race 4
3-year-old Steppingood, August 13, Del Mar, race 8
3-year-old Bullwhip, August 14, Charles Town, race 1
3-year-old Deputy Gulch, August 14, Charles Town, race 2
4-year-old Serious, August 14, from race 7 at Del Mar July 31
3-year-old Bayview Drive, August 16, Del Mar, race 10
6-year-old Winter’s Wildchild, August 17, Columbus, race 7
4-year-old Royal Hard Spun, August 17, Monmouth, race 3
4-year-old Bonnie Lass, August 18, Delaware, race 2
3-year-old M B and Tee, August 21, Saratoga, race 7
2-year-old Little Tower, August 22, Del Mar, race 3
5-year-old Celzo’s Birdie, August 22, Ferndale, race 4
2-year-old Kamarius, August 23, Saratoga, training
2-year-old Ludicrous, August 23, Saratoga, race 4
7-year-old Magic Beam, August 24, Del Mar, training
3-year-old Matagorda Bay, August 24, Gillespie, race 2


  1. Chad and Mr LaPenta weren’t celebrating after the Travers. Tax loss? This horse cost 770k that’s some tax loss. Haven’t posted on this site in a while. I do read the emails everyday. Seems your happy when a horse breaks down. This sport is going to carry on so keep celebrating every breakdown. Such a negative site never have read a positive word. Thanks for your negative words.

    • Ah Mr. Juffet, back for comments on the “elite racing”. I don’t doubt Brown and LaPenta were not celebrating…what a PIA to have to deal with a dead horse, not to mention having to do damage control. Nothing but a big PIA.

      “Seems your (sic) happy when a horse breaks down”?…you know, that is getting a bit old, Mr Juffet. When the racing supporters have nothing else to say about their maimed and dead, they like to claim we just LOVE it when horses suffer and die. That’s just a form of displacement..remove the responsibility from the offending party and attempt to place it with one who bears no responsibility. Reporting the facts/exposing the truth does not equal finding joy in those truths. So Mr. Juffet, do forums that report the ugly realities of horse slaughter, dog fighting, or the horrific treatment of food animals, etc., also find great happiness in doing so? And do those folks celebrate when more abuse is uncovered? That is ridiculous and you know it.

      Of course this is a “negative” site!…if you don’t want to be confronted with the “negatives” of horseracing and want to read only the glossed-over BS amidst the deaths of your “athletes”, you’re best to stick to horseracing publications.

      So while you enjoy your elite racing at “the Spa”, I have to wonder if you look at the horses and question where each one might be someday in the near future. You must know the majority will not retire (and sound, at that) from such a glorious venue, without having to first be unloaded to some cheap track. Yes, I imagine the Saratoga racing fans would rather not clutter their heads with those “negative” thoughts…it’s much more pleasant to ignore the realities. But to stay in the negative vein here, I’ll just mention several racehorses that once raced at Saratoga – Barbara’s Jewel (dead from racing injuries after being discarded), Marchand Volant (dead from racing injuries after being discarded), Posse Cat (currently laboring for 4K at bottom-of-the-barrel track Hazel Park), Sky Lover (injured and being offered as a pasture pet for $500 OBO by his racing owner), More Than a Reason (9 y/o gelding with 100 starts, winner of over 500K, now running for his life at Hazel Park). But of course, all currently enjoying Saratoga’s meet want only to have happy thoughts…so let’s just ignore the facts.

      You enjoy your visits to the track, Mr. Juffet.

    • Mr. Juffet, what, pray tell, are the “positives” in this illustrious game ? You must be thinking of the money and the feeding of egos that come with the big winners. Perhaps you are concentrating on the hoopla and silliness generated by the Kentucky Derby as well as the annual gathering at the Spa ? ! Do you ever think about the horses that are not the big time winners, those that labor in the downward spiral of the claiming game. Those track warriors endure so much as they are shunted around, raced sore, drugged and started with as little as 3 days between races. You know very well the claiming game is the backbone of this industry and it is rife with abuse and suffering for the horse. You also know, Mr. Juffet, claiming is a convenient way for the “elite” to be rid of the under performers as well as the winners that are beginning to slide. And as knowledgeable as you are, you are also aware of the drug culture in this game, all the way from the “legal” to the outlandish. Further, you have to admit the business gives a nod and a wink to the chemists and cheaters. Those “caught” get a meaningless “suspension” and a pittance of a “fine” at most. Even a ban in one state just means you set up shop in another.

      I could go into some detail regarding the negative health effects of the legal/illegal drugging of these athletes starting with the very young pumped up on steroids for the sales and the fact that most Thoroughbreds end their days at the slaughterhouse but it seems you just want to concentrate on the “positives” in this game and that is your prerogative.

    • Mr. Juffet, it seems to me that you, and your racing colleagues, don’t give a damn about the number of horses racing destroys on a regular basis. If you did, then you would DEMAND that racing change. After all, you have a vested interest in racing continuing into the future. Therefore, instead of lying by saying we are “happy” when a horse snaps it’s leg off, tell your buddies in the racing industry that racing horses loaded with drugs, maiming them, racing them with injuries, breaking them down, and sending 60% of the foal crop to slaughter every year is no longer acceptable or are you HAPPY with the way things are currently being done? It seems to me to be the latter. Just to be clear, I despise racing and I continue to applaud its precipitous decline.

  2. “how they’re well-cared for, how happy the horses are.”
    “Race horses sometimes die…..Unfortunately, like every athlete, you take a bad step and you get hurt. It’s a rare thing, thankfully.”

    How about we look at the facts –
    The great majority of racehorses are not well-cared for.
    Did the horses tell this bloke how happy they are? The great majority of racehorses live miserable lives and are 24/7 in a depressed state – they suffer terrible boredom.
    “sometimes die” if they don’t die on the track or in training they die when they’re slaughtered.
    “take a bad step” who are you trying to kid Chad Brown? Human athletes choose to compete in a sport equipped with an informed educated risk – racehorses have no choice.
    A pathetic analogy.
    “a rare thing” the death statistics are indisputable evidence that this is not true.

    Ludicrous’ purchase cost will no doubt be reimbursed with an insurance claim payout.
    The tax benefits encourage people to invest in racehorse ownership.

  3. The truth hurts, David Juffet, not a negative site but an accounting and a witnessing to horses killed in racing. Chad Brown is very much mistaken when he says “…you take a bad step and you get hurt. It’s a rare thing…”. The incomplete 2014 KILLED list includes the names of 259 horses killed on race tracks. 259 dead horses is NOT a rare thing. Denial that anything bad is happening in horse racing is prevalent as is the conscious, deliberate and routine cruelty inflicted on these horses who in the end wind up being just a tax loss? Totally unacceptable! 259 dead horses! It’s only the end of August. How many more horses will be killed in the next 4 more months? Business as usual in the horse racing industry, just another dead horse, just another tax loss…not negative at all, just the truth.

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