As expected, Autism Ability, a “took a bad step, fell, vanned off” at Los Alamitos yesterday, is dead – the CHRB classifying it (for now), “sudden death,” which of course makes the chartwriter’s “vanned off” misleading at best. Autism was but five years old. He is the 21st (acknowledged) victim of Cal Racing this year.
Is there a warning to all chartwriters that if they are not as completely vague as possible about the reasons why a horse is vanned off, or did not finish the race for any reason, that they will be fired, let go, given their “walking papers” or strung up and hung until dead from the nearest tree?
Or, is it limited to the properties/ racetracks owned by The Stronach Group? I don’t think it is exactly anything new, except that it seems to be more prevalent lately.
This “trend” must be part of the “integrity” associated with the horse-abusing, horse-doping, horse-killing, horseracing industry that exploits young horses until the young and underdeveloped colts and fillies are dead; many of which die a slow and prolonged death due to the “integrity” of the unscrupulous people in this industry.
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