Last Week…

Horses “vanned off” U.S. tracks, Mar 13-Mar 19:

Nicky Da Fox, Parx
Em’s Winaholic, Turf
Jake the Great, Turf
Ingeniero, Turf
Selfmade, Gulfstream
Over Protective, Turfway (“in distress”)
Wannagocamping, Turfway (“in distress”)
Calibrator, Gulfstream
Bp Certified Wagon, Louisiana
Tucker’s Tribute, Santa Anita
Fort Defiance, Turfway (“went wrong, fell”)
Crypto Cash, Aqueduct
Who Me, Aqueduct
De Train, Louisiana
Coronas for 3, Louisiana
Beverly Vista, Santa Anita
Snowhite Lilly Ann, Sunland
Eye Am Valiant, Sunland
Fyne N Dyne, Sunland

And while not reported as “vanned,” the following…

Payton Pretty “stopped in stretch and bled” at Mahoning
Smokemonthecliff “hit rail, fell, DNF” at Los Alamitos
Getcha Romance “fell, DNF” at Sunland

While not all the “vanned” end up dead, most do, as borne out by our subsequent reporting. “Bled” almost always indicates pulmonary hemorrhage.

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  1. Jonathan Wong sure likes to do a lot of tweeting and retweeting on Twitter. He conveniently hasn’t mentioned his horse, Fort Defiance, instead just mentioning the horses that won. Betcha this horse wasn’t even a blip on the radar screen. I mean, the guy only has horses at no less than 3 tracks around the country.
    I’m sure he loves them, right??

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