Pop Pop Susi Confirmed Dead at Penn

In the 1st at Penn Jan 20, Pop Pop Susi, said the chartwriter, “went bad leaving the turn” and was eventually “vanned off” the track. As you can see below, it certainly looked fatal – and, I have confirmed, it was. Pop Pop was three years old.

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  1. In this business the horses that die young are the “lucky ones”.
    I’m sure many think that is awful to say. That would be true except for the fact that the longer the horses live the more they suffer and then they face the ultimate betrayal of the slaughterhouse.
    This is how racing is for the horse.

      • And yet the losers in racing think it’s ok for horses to die for this corny ass garbage. Pure EVIL.

        • People have to be EVIL to do this to horses day after day, week after week, month after month, year after year, decade after decade, and have no remorse for the harm and suffering they caused to the horses. These people belong in prison for their dastardly deeds.

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