The Week That Was

Chart notes from U.S. Thoroughbred and Quarterhorse races last week.

Three Point Kuz “fell, catastrophic injury, euthanized” at Mahoning
Little Four “fell, catastrophic injury, euthanized” at Mahoning
Empire Pass “returned bleeding” at Parx
Gone “returned lame, vanned off” at Parx
Bit of Blessings “fractious, fell leaving gate, DNF” at Charles Town
Argumental “vanned off” at Churchill
Finicky “vanned off” at Delaware
Elika “vanned off” at Mahoning
Admaa “bad step, euthanized on track” at Mountaineer
R B’s the Boss “fell heavily, [dead]” at Aqueduct
Sunday Grace “bled” at Churchill
Even Thunder “fell, DNF” at Delaware
Golden Rapper “vanned off” at Horseshoe
Our Lilah “pulled up while bleeding, vanned off” at Remington
White Moonlight “bled” at Santa Anita
Mountain Bear “vanned off” at Santa Anita
Bus Buzz “went wrong, vanned off” at Santa Anita
Two Birds “vanned off” at Churchill
B W P Special “vanned off” at Delta
Runaway the Eagle “vanned off” at Lone Star
Rakhaa “vanned off” at Pine Mountain
Presence of Mind “fell, DNF” at Pine Mountain
Geothermal “vanned off” at Laurel
Regal Holiday “vanned off” at Mountaineer
West Coast Holiday “bad step, euthanized on track” at Mountaineer
Mr. Fine Threads “fell, DNF” at Pennsylvania Hunt
Monbeg Stream “fell, vanned off” at Pennsylvania Hunt
Renegade River “vanned off” at Pennsylvania Hunt

“Vanned Off”: Horse required equine ambulance to get off the track; while not all end up dead, most do, as borne out by our subsequent reporting. “Bled”: pulmonary hemorrhage.

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  1. Reported on Paulick Report, Cody Dorman passed away yesterday on the way back to Kentucky. His namesake horse won the race Saturday. For those of you who do not know the story please check out the connection between a challenged little boy and the horse who loved him. The horse a most magnificent decent creature who feels human emotion more than most ever will.

    • Indeed! Horses are very sensitive & ours know when we`re sad or aggravated or worried by something. Our horses have taught us to be more sensitive towards other people. Wish people would return those feelings to them more often.

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