The Week in Review

Chart notes from U.S. Thoroughbred and QuarterHorse races last week.

“Vanned Off”
Miss Ellie’s Girl at Arapahoe
Kanfu at Belterra
Twelve Pack Steve at Belterra
Cullum Road at Belterra
Swaggy G at Belterra
True Runner at Remington
California Express at Churchill (also bled)
Gym N Jam at Albuquerque
I’m Wide Awake at Churchill
Apolitical Sass at Prairie (also bled)
Bright Way at Albuquerque (also bled)
Legal Mischief at Arizona
Jazzy Einstein at Arizona
Heza Freak at Remington
Sir Smack at Louisiana

While not all the horses who need an ambulance to get off the track are euthanized, most are, as borne out by our FOIA reports and Killed Lists.

Other “Incidents” (“Bled,” “Returned Bleeding From Nostrils”: pulmonary hemorrhage)
Bad Back “distanced, DNF” at Thistledown
Maximizer “pulled up bleeding from the nostrils” at Thistledown
Moro Black Book “DNF” at Arapahoe
Peerless Court “slammed sideways into the rail” at Belterra
Starinthemaking “pulled up in distress” at Finger Lakes
Fuego Caliente “pulled up injured past wire” at Thistledown
Morning Line News “returned bleeding from her nostril” at Fairmount
Nashvegas “bled” at Pimlico

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