Last Week…

Horses “vanned off” U.S. tracks, Mar 20-Mar 26:

Trophy Chaser, Parx
El Rafa Q, Sunland
Kyle’s Degree, Tampa Bay
Lt. Junior Grade, Oaklawn
Storm Risk, Turfway (also “bled”)
Ritzy A.P., Aiken
Aruba, Gulfstream
Whirlaway Party, Louisiana
Stellar Point, Turf
Syzslak, Turf
Mia’s Authority, Gulfstream
Bellamundo, Sunland
Fun Paddy, Turf
Older Brother, Turf

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

Rig It Right “fell over fallen foe, DNF” at Sunland
Rominski “bled” at Laurel
King Bubble “fell, DNF” at Aiken
Three O One “fell, DNF” at Aiken
Girl Dad “fell, DNF” at Aiken
Calibrachoa Kid “displayed blood from his mouth” at Fair Grounds
Sign of Peace “bled post race” at Turfway

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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