8-year-old Wildcat Honey in the 5th at Mountaineer September 26. While the chart merely said “pulled up, vanned off,” I have confirmed that Wildcat was euthanized on the track. On death-day (her 54th time under the whip), she was going for $5,000.
3-year-old El Soborno in the 2nd at Mountaineer October 3. As with Wildcat, El Soborno was euthanized where he lay – after, that is, “[taking] a bad step.”
5-year-old Princess Bossy in the 6th at Belterra October 4. Beginning June 21 and ending with her death October 4, this mare had a string of 10th of 11, 6th of 7, 9th of 10, 7th of 9, 6th of 7 – all in cheap claiming races.
And just last night, 3-year-old Falcon’s Chance in the 5th at Saratoga Harness from what the Gaming Commission says was a fractured pastern and fetlock.
Four more dead animals for $2 bets – this is horseracing.