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Gabby Tom “vanned off” at Arapahoe
Space X “vanned off” at Horseshoe
Incarcerate “vanned off” at Louisiana
Bonno “vanned off” at Mountaineer
Max’s Heart “fell, vanned off” at Prairie
Fayegoteven “vanned off after race in distress” at Belterra
Colby Girl “appeared in distress, DNF” at Finger Lakes
Its My Bag Baby “vanned off” at Horseshoe
Running Water “vanned off” at Horseshoe
Rush to the Castle “came back bleeding from the nose” at Charles Town
His Royal G “pulled up, DNF” at Delaware
Nyx and Chaos “vanned off” at Penn
El 44 “vanned off” at Retama
Not Just George “pulled up injured past wire, vanned off” at Thistledown
Jess Chasin Chicks “fell, DNF” at Delta
Corvina “vanned off” at Ellis
Thirty Carats “pulled up, DNF” at Ellis (same race as above; van in use?)
Wake Up Angel “vanned off” at Prairie
Angelinas All That “flipped in gate, scratched” at Retama
Super Queen “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Tick Tack Mo “broke down” at Great Falls
Imperialist “vanned off” at Gulfstream
Go Nikki Go “vanned off” at Gulfstream
Sneak Peek “fell, vanned off” at Louisiana
The Missing Piece “fell over fallen rival [above]” at Louisiana
Playalinda “injured, vanned off” at Monmouth
Mr Innovator “bled, vanned off” at Ruidoso
Wente “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Fort Ticonderoga “vanned off” at Saratoga
Teradash “vanned off” at Wyoming
Penny Joe “vanned off” at Wyoming
Somos “vanned off” at Gulfstream
Permission to Fire “vanned off” at Prairie
Mr Pyc Special Task “bled, vanned off” at Ruidoso
F S Positrack “vanned off” at Ruidoso

While not all the “vanned” end up dead, most do, as borne out by our year-end FOIA reports. But even if death is not the ultimate result, the above are victims nonetheless, suffering painful injuries – in the case of the bleeders, pulmonary hemorrhage – so that some men may gamble, others chase pots of gold. (For any new confirmed deaths during the week, please see our running annual list.)

1 Comment

  1. The carnage continues unabated.
    The horseracing industry kills these poor innocent horses on a daily basis. Just another sickening fact that the racing industry is comfortable with.

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