Two of Wyoming’s Dead: “Died, Heart Attack”; “Illness, Lost LH Hoof”

Through a FOIA request to the Wyoming Pari-Mutuel Commission, I have confirmed the following kills at that state’s tracks in 2022.

yet-to-be-named 2-year-old, Jun 3, Wyoming T – “fractured sesamoid, euthanized”
Baltimore Beecho, Jun 4, Wyoming R – “fractured sesamoid, euthanized”
Jba Movin Thedynasty, Jun 5, Wyoming R – “died – heart attack” (six years old)
Band Camp Boy, Jun 11, Energy S – “illness – lost LH hoof – euthanized” (two years old)
Bdr Country, Jun 11, Energy R – “fractured distal carpal, euthanized”
Eze as Pie, Jun 26, Wyoming T – “fractured shoulder, euthanized”
Dp Sassy, Jun 26, Wyoming R – “flipped in paddock, hit head on ground, euthanized”
Cash Driven, Jul 9, Wyoming R – “fractured sesamoid, euthanized”
Teradash, Jul 16, Wyoming R – “fractured carpus, euthanized”
La Chicana, Sep 11, Sweetwater R – “fractured cannon, euthanized”

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  1. How does a two-year-old colt lose a hoof? I can’t imagine how that could be possible. I would think that the conditions where this colt was kept were deplorable and that the basic animal husbandry practices were non-existent. In other words, I believe that the connections of this colt not only abused this colt for racing but that they also severely neglected his basic care. I can imagine that he was kept in a filthy, mucky feedlot or barnyard until they put him in a stall and then didn’t bother to do a good job of keeping the stall clean. This is deplorable!

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