The Week That Was

Horses “vanned off” U.S. tracks, Mar 6-Mar 12:

Lt. Columbo, Parx
Mongolian Memory, Turf
Arimony, Turf
My Voodoo Doll, Gulfstream
Wanna B a Star, Louisiana
The Jr, Louisiana
Lady Demaree, Oaklawn
Joy Enamorada, Turfway (also, “pulled up in distress”)
Kulthum, Fonner
Maxx Magic, Gulfstream
Charge Account, Gulfstream
Eyesa Blue Boy, Louisiana
Sir Rex, Penn (also, “went bad”)
Moro Dandy, Sam Houston
Perfect Star, Sam Houston
Live Like Laura, Gulfstream
Monegasque, Gulfstream
Peaceful Street, Oaklawn
Dreamboat, Oaklawn (“fell after finish”)
Wilderzar, Laurel
Uncle Buff, Sam Houston
Indianofgold, Sunland

And while not reported as vanned, the following…

Everything She Aint “bad step, DNF” at Remington
Like a Saltshaker “bled from nostrils” at Turfway

While not all the “vanned off” end up dead, most do, as borne out by our subsequent reporting. “Bled/Returned Bleeding”: pulmonary hemorrhage.

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