“Collapsed on Track After Win, Fatal Pulmonary Hemorrhage” – Three Years Old

Through a FOIA request to the Indiana Horse Racing Commission, I have confirmed the following kills at that state’s two tracks thus far this year:

Goosing, Mar 12, Indiana T – “fractured humerus”

Ms Mags, Mar 29, Indiana S – “flipped and hit head” (two years old, yet to be raced)

Officers Club, Apr 14, Hoosier R – “died on track, heart defect”

Three Babes, Apr 15, Hoosier R – “exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage”

All on Red, Apr 19, Hoosier T – “chronic repetitive injury”

A Touch of Justice, Apr 26, Indiana T – “sesamoid [fracture], suspensory [rupture]”

Cougartown Blues, Apr 26, Indiana R – “collapsed on track after win – fatal pulmonary hemorrhage” (three years old)

Harvest, May 13, Hoosier R – “sudden death on track, suspect cardiac”

Critic, May 13, Indiana S – “advanced EPM – euthanized”

Hitthegroundrunnin, May 15, Indiana S – “gastric rupture”

Bunnings, May 26, Indiana T – “exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage”

Dover’s Arch, May 28, Hoosier S – “post-op castration, colic”

No Go West, May 28, Indiana T – “fractured shoulder” (being prepped for debut)

Elite Attraction, Jun 7, Indiana R – “flipped, skull fracture”

Krunch, Jun 16, Indiana T – “fractured sesamoid”

Sky Judge, Jun 23, Indiana R – “fractured sesamoid” (chart said, “was vanned home”)

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  1. Will it take a measure on the ballot for the registered voters in the State of Indiana to end the subsidies to horseracing in Indiana? What will need to happen for horseracing to be banned in the State of Indiana?

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