To those who profit from, bet on, watch, or otherwise support horseracing, the burden falls to defend/explain the following list.

Some of the horses killed at U.S. tracks in 2020, in the words of the industry itself.

(R: Racing; T: Training; S: Stall)

Golden Birthday, Jan 1, Santa Anita R
“[multiple] comminuted fractures, [multiple] severe ruptures”

Yukon Eric, Jan 3, Pimlico T
“horse pulled up and appeared to be exhausted…fell to the track and died”; also: “stomach: acute ulcers – presumptive stress” (two years old)

Token Vow, Jan 4, Hawthorne R
“dropped dead at 1/4 pole – copious amount of blood from nostrils”

Little Bit Country, Jan 16, Laurel T
“flipped, recumbent, unable to move hind limbs”; Dr. Sorum: “I found the horse down…and [he] appeared in shock. [H]e didn’t have movement to his hind legs. He was also dribbling urine.”

Obligated to None, Jan 19, Turf R
“horse finished last, 36 back; once the horse returned to its stall, it laid down and could not get back up: complete pelvic fracture that resulted in extensive hemorrhage that involved the majority of the LH limb”

Data Force, Jan 20, Sam Houston T
“sudden death – died on track” (two years old)

Celtic Warrior, Jan 25, Turf R
“multiple fractures with bone exposure, skin degloved”

Rumers Are True, Feb 3, Charles Town S
“found dead” (five years old)

Birdies Honor, Feb 8, Laurel R
“finished the race…suddenly the horse collapsed and died” (four years old)

Roses for Laura, Feb 8, Turf T
“open fracture RF fetlock”; also: “there are multiple areas of gastric ulceration and hemorrhage in the stomach, which is common finding in racing horse”

Buddy Princess, Feb 9, Rillito R
“open avulsion injury, segments of bones are missing; over 30% of distal metacarpal bone is exposed; surfaces of the bone, soft tissue, and tendons are covered in dirt; suspensory ligament is completely ruptured”

Adorned, Feb 9, Turf S
“fractured neck”

Miss Romania, Feb 12, Santa Anita T
“comminuted, complete, displaced fracture; muscles severely torn; massive hemorrhage”

Major Flirt, Feb 15, Laurel R
“dislocation of fetlock; comminuted, displaced sesamoid fractures; soft tissue damage; [torn] ligaments”; also: “chronic gastric ulcer” (three years old)

Smokey, Feb 16, Oaklawn S
“died due to cerebrum hemorrhage”

Harlan Selection, Feb 19, Sam Houston R
“hypovolemic shock – died on track”

Cowgirl Barbie, Feb 19, Turf T
“horse was working on the main track when it stumbled, fell and could not get back up – [cause of death] not determined” (she was just one year old)

Senor Grits, Feb 19, Turf R
“open fracture covered in dirt, sand, and mud; ruptured tendon; ruptured ligament”; also: “severe, chronic degenerative joint disease [in same leg that broke]”

Street Machine, Feb 21, Los Alamitos R
“large open wound with exposure of MCIII, [multiple] complete ruptures”

Sedona Moon, Feb 21, Turf T
“comminuted fractures, tendon rupture” (he was just one year old)

Chosen Vessel, Feb 29, Santa Anita R
“[multiple] fractures, [multiple] ruptures, [bone] broken through skin”

Abelard Hanover, Mar 2, Dover R
“acute aortic rupture”

Super Touch, Mar 6, Turfway R
“collapsed and died – hemorrhage, shock”

Love Totem, Mar 12, Turfway R
“skull fracture, epistaxis from both nostrils”

Supercross, Mar 18, Pimlico T
“ran into a wall and died”; Dr. Meittinis: “The horse died on his own from head trauma before I could get there.”

Baddowndasher, Mar 19, Remington R
“horse collapsed – severed spinal cord”

Fantasy First Down, Mar 21, Remington S
“suffered severe head trauma while tied to gate” (note: not euthanized, just died)

Kahului, Apr 2, Oaklawn R
“ruptured vein in the pelvic cavity, hypovolemic shock”

Smiling Ali, Apr 2, Santa Anita T
“sudden death: extensive hemorrhages in the lung”; also: “stomach: chronic ulcers, multiple” (two years old)

M C Hamster, Apr 15, Santa Anita T
“complete luxation of fetlock with protrusion of distal MCIII through skin”

Gotaheadache, Apr 22, Laurel T
“returned to barn in distress, collapsed and died”; Dr. Daniel: “She had very large volumes of blood in both thoracic and abdominal cavities.”

Tailback, May 10, Santa Anita T
“compound, comminuted fractures of MCII, MCIII, MCIV”

Miss Casuarina, May 13, Charles Town S
“found dead, swollen neck”

Valkyrie, May 24, Indiana T
“fractured skull”

Bluegrass Jamboree, May 28, Belmont T
“cardiovascular collapse – expired on track”

Grimm Resolve, Jun 2, Los Alamitos S
“found dead in stall” (two years old)

Jive Talkin, Jun 6, Golden Gate T
“[multiple] fractures, [multiple] ruptures”; also: “there was blood in the peritoneal and thoracic cavities, focal hemorrhage and tearing of the diaphragm, hemorrhage in the eyes; gastric ulceration diffuse and severe” (three years old)

Lightsaber, Jun 7, Santa Anita T
“hit the rail – complete tibia fracture, massive hemorrhage, muscles severely torn”

Always Secret, Jun 8, Lone Star R
“heat stress in test barn after race”

Kiss My Bling, Jun 9, Fair Meadows R
“acute exsanguination after showing signs of distress” (she bled out)

Aljohn, Jun 9, Laurel S
“horse was being treated for an infected right foot for approximately 10 days; [the trainer] discovered that the horse’s right foot had fallen off” (yes, that’s right, “the horse’s right foot had fallen off”)

Giant Pulpit, Jun 9, Lone Star T
“spinal fracture, head and neck trauma”

Absolutely Flashing, Jun 14, Ruidoso R
“muscle tear, bleeding rupture”

Mystical Song, Jun 17, Belmont S
“found dead in stall…gastrointestinal disease”

For D’s Knight, Jun 17, Lone Star R
“[multiple] fractures: comminuted, open, displaced, complete; tendons and ligaments are torn, frayed, and covered in dirt”

Neeka’s Temple, Jun 18, Indiana T
“fractured skull”

Big Red Valentine, Jun 18, Santa Anita S
“traumatic, highly comminuted fracture of spine; complete transection of spinal cord; open fracture of cannon; MCIII snapped into two halves; transverse rupture of suspensory ligament; highly comminuted fracture of rostral bones of upper jaw”

Cheers and Prayers, Jun 21, Fair Meadows S
“hit head on concrete wall, [died]”

Elektracutioner, Jun 22, Prairie R
“internal pulmonary hemorrhage”

Yuma Thurman, Jun 23, Arapahoe R
“horse died after finishing 2nd – congestive heart failure” (11 years old, 93rd race)

Endeavor, Jun 23, Hoosier T
“dislocated hip with torn ligaments”

Equilibrio, Jun 26, Los Alamitos R
“complete fracture of the neck of the scapula, severe hemorrhage associated with rupture[d] muscles” (two years old, first race)

Nana Shila, Jun 27, Los Alamitos R
“open, comminuted fractures; complete rupture [multiple] ligaments/tendons; broken neck; massive hemorrhage within spinal canal”

Mr Dejavu, Jun 27, San Luis Rey T
“rider heard loud pop and jumped off: complete, displaced, comminuted fracture; rupture[d] biceps; massive hemorrhage”

Constitutional Pal, Jul 4, Monmouth R
“[multiple] complete, displaced fractures; ulceration and dissection of the articular cartilage”

Ilchester Cheetah, Jul 11, Monmouth R
“sudden death: rupture, right lung” (three years old)

Tricks R For Real, Jul 13, Ocean R
“collapsed and died” (three years old)

Miners Quest, Jul 14, Laurel S
“acute laminitis, rotation of the foot” (nine years old, had been raced 72 times)

Hopper Hunter, Jul 16, Thistledown R
“fractured cannon while leaving the gate”

All Call, Jul 18, Arlington S
“found dead in stall – ruptured stomach”

Diamond Darlin, Jul 20, Delaware S
“hit head, fractured skull, ruptured major artery – died”

Gospel Cherokey, Jul 21, Fair Meadows R
“fell – skull fracture” (died – not euthanized – next day)

Apollon, Jul 24, Saratoga T
“cardiovascular collapse” (two years old)

Gin and Platonic, Aug 1, Monmouth R
“dropped dead: rupture, right lung” (three years old)

Turbulent Eyes, Aug 1, Wyoming R
“stifle locked up, broke back”

Withholder, Aug 2, Monmouth T
“pulled up lame, collapsed into hypovolemic shock – pelvic fracture with severe and extensive hemorrhage” (two years old)

Bird Call, Aug 4, Mountaineer R
“lung hemorrhage” (chart said “fell into the rail”)

Shaggy Kid, Aug 5, Delaware S
“terminally ill – colon torsion, toxic” (three years old)

Shiny Copper Penny, Aug 5, Saratoga S
“experienced sudden death”

Final Offer, Aug 7, Northfield R
“collapsed in stall after race and passed”

My Lila, Aug 8, Laurel R
“[multiple] compound, comminuted fractures and dislocation, LF fetlock; rupture in the skin through which a portion of cannon bone protrudes; sand and debris packed into the hole in the skin”; also: “chronic synovitis in all [four] carpal joints; chronic degeneration in all four distal cannon bones; chronic, active joint disease both hind fetlocks” (My Lila was declared “racing sound” before each and every one of her 15 races, including the one in which she died. She was but three years old.)

Plain Tales, Aug 16, Belterra S
“found dead in the morning with large amounts of froth and bloody discharge from the nasal passages”

Rebel Teen, Aug 19, Batavia R
“collapsed and expired on the track”

Cam’s Legacy, Aug 21, Remington T
“expired upon completion of workout” (two years old)

Irish Crossing, Aug 22, Laurel R
“three major fractures of left scapula, approximately 15 fragments; severed biceps; copious hemorrhage; jockey stated horse was nervous prior to start of race”

Peek It Up, Aug 22, Los Alamitos R
“fractured [back]: multiple fragments within spinal canal, complete transection of the spinal cord, massive hemorrhage”

Battle Weary, Aug 23, Ruidoso R
“flipped in gate, blunt force trauma to the head”

El Divo Moves, Aug 23, Sweetwater R
“collapsed, broke back”

Nuttinholdinmeback, Aug 24, Arlington T
“tibia shattered into 2 large and at least 48 small fragments”

Con He Win, Aug 26, Finger Lakes R
“ran through the rail”

Flash for Corona, Aug 30, Arlington S
“found dead in stall – severe, gangrenous pleuropneumonia”

Plum Dandy, Aug 31, Del Mar S
“flipped, fractured skull, bled from nose, died”

Bobble Doit, Aug 31, Emerald T
“displaced fracture, severe ligament laceration, tendon lacerations”; also: “chronic osteoarthritis, gastric ulceration” (two years old)

Billy the Hott, Sep 5, Los Alamitos R
“pelvic fractures, sacral fractures, lumbar fractures, occipital fractures, massive hemorrhage, acute hypovolemic shock”

Long March, Sep 7, Pimlico T
“flipped over and struck his [head] on the starting gate – trauma was so severe that [he] was immediately euthanized on the track” (being prepped for first race)

Polar Bear Pete, Sep 10, Laurel R
“five fractures, multiple pieces; traumatic avulsion; intramuscular hemorrhage”; also: “acute gastric ulcers (acute stress); chronic degenerative joint disease all four fetlocks” (three years old)

Bob E McGee, Sep 13, Los Alamitos R
“fell past wire: humeral fracture, biceps and triceps ruptures, massive hemorrhage”

One Fat Kat, Sep 18, Laurel R
“both [sesamoids] shattered”; Dr. Daniel: “Filly was very reluctant to come to the paddock [before start of race].”

Peves Candy Chickman, Sep 18, Will Rogers S
“skull fracture”

Shirelle, Sep 19, Saratoga T
“collapsed and died after breezing” (two years old)

Eve’s Medal, Sep 20, Monmouth T
“dropped dead: aortic rupture” (three years old)

Sea Sparkle, Sep 23, Belmont S
“horse found dead – colic of undetermined duration”

Talent Scout, Sep 24, Pimlico R
“blunt trauma, catastrophic fractures, LF fetlock; open wound into joint, copious amount of blood, RF fetlock” (that’s both front ankles); Dr. Daniel: “Talent Scout had an open fracture of the LF fetlock and a severe rundown/wound of the RF fetlock. The horse was unstable and in severe pain.” When asked horse’s condition when acquired, trainer said, “Fine – old ankles.” (just five years old)

Unrighteous, Sep 26, Saratoga T
“collapsed and died” (three years old)

Great Gasby, Oct 1, Emerald R
“severe blunt-force trauma: skull fracture, comminuted, acute, severe”

Cool Hunter, Oct 1, Golden Gate R
“multiple fractures, [multiple] ruptures”; also: “multiple chronic gastric ulcers throughout the stomach”

Oasis Beauty, Oct 1, Remington R
“collapsed after race, died in shedrow [next day]” (two years old, first race)

Fancy Twirl, Oct 3, Saratoga S
“laminitis in all four feet” (just two years old)

Superficial, Oct 6, Santa Anita S
“skull fracture; significant blood loss from both nostrils; ataxic and unwilling to stand; appeared to be suffocating on blood” (two years old)

Lucerito, Oct 7, Laurel S
“severe arthritis, chronic degenerative joint disease [all four] fetlocks” (just three years old)

Alysinawonderland, Oct 9, Belmont S
“horse was found dead in the stall”

Infinitypowersiwin, Oct 13, Charles Town S
“natural death” (was only three; was raced just four days prior: last, 23 lengths back)

Cinnamon Latte, Oct 14, Monmouth R
“complete rupture [multiple] ligaments, massive and extensive hemorrhage”

Dancewiththedevil, Oct 14, Thistledown R
“fracture MCIII; piece of metal in cavity – possible screw fragment or drill bit”

It’s Cold Out, Oct 17, Finger Lakes S
“found deceased in stall 9”

Candy Classic, Oct 19, Thistledown R
“horse fractured both front limbs – euthanized on track” (again, both front limbs)

Vine Master, Oct 19, Zia R
“false break at gate – head injury”

Hit It Up, Oct 23, Los Alamitos R (died Oct 28)
“locked up [during] race, ambulanced to stall; found dead five days [later]: catastrophic lumbar fracture; multiple, variably shaped fragments within spinal canal; massive hemorrhage; complete transection of the spinal cord”

Verdad, Oct 29, Northfield S
“broken neck”

Look At My Hooves, Nov 1, Golden Gate R
“comminuted, complete, displaced fracture; complete rupture of flexor tendon and [multiple] ligaments”

Enemy Runner, Nov 2, Mahoning R
“collapsed after race, had agonal breathing then died” (three years old)

Teller James, Nov 3, Zia R
“collapsed, died on track after race” (two years old)

Rebuff, Nov 5, Churchill R
“multiple open, disarticulated fractures both front legs” (again, that’s both front legs)

Mister Riptide, Nov 7, Lone Star R
“fractured both front [legs]” (again, that’s both front legs)

Dear Theodosia, Nov 9, Keeneland S
“tongue laceration/amputation”

yet-to-be-named 2-year-old, Nov 18, Santa Anita S
“stomach rupture”

Dr. Feelgood, Nov 19, Laurel T
“[multiple] devastating fractures, bone protruding through skin, copious amount of blood”; also: “chronic degenerative arthritis in all limb joints; extensive scar tissue around tendons; previous surgery RF ankle” (five years old)

Moochie, Nov 19, Laurel R
“[multiple] fractures, [bone] displaced and through skin; devastating damage to almost all structures of affected joint”; also: “chronic, degenerative arthritis [in all four feet], stomach ulcers” (just two years old)

Tied Up, Nov 27, Aqueduct R
“returned in distress, collapsed fatally” (five years old)

Just Ribbing You, Nov 28, Laurel T
“compound fracture left tibia with the sharp end of a bone fragment protruding through the ruptured skin”; also: “chronic degenerative joint disease affecting most joints; history of bowed tendons; previous surgery RH ankle” (four years old; hadn’t yet been raced because of those tendons)

Racing N Lace, Dec 5, Los Alamitos R
“catastrophic lumbar fracture, spinal cord compression, hemorrhage in spinal canal”

Father’s Luck, Dec 8, Charles Town S
“founder, all four feet” (just four years old)

Adversary Seelster, Dec 13, Northfield S
“got loose, hit pole – instant death”

Penelope Rose, Dec 16, Santa Anita T
“comminuted, complete, displaced fracture; muscles severely torn; massive hemorrhage”

Super Dancer, Dec 18, Laurel R
“complete fracture of leg, bone exposed up to mid-cannon, area covered in dirt and dried blood; tendons shredded; muzzle, tongue, and teeth coated in dirt, incisor broken at gum line”; Dr. Sacksen: “Limb was clearly fractured and swinging when we approached. A large segment…completely fractured free.”

Delightful Pride, Dec 26, Mahoning S
“twisted large intestine”

To those who profit from, bet on, watch, or otherwise support horseracing, the burden falls to defend/explain the following list.

Some of the horses killed at U.S. tracks in 2019, in the words of the industry itself. Please note: I have not included California and Maryland deaths, as those states provided the most (gruesome) detail and merit stand-alone views: Cal; Maryland.

(all italics added by me) (R: Racing; T: Training; S: Stall)

Mr First Regard, Jan 4, Sunland R
internal bleeding – euthanized on track

The Pokester, Jan 7, Northfield R
broke front right leg – complete

Heza Wild Dragon, Jan 11, Sunland R
dead upon arrival

Get Into Mischief, Jan 12, Gulfstream T
heart attack” (two years old)

Flying Kolors, Jan 12, Sunland R
cardiovascular [and] fractured knee…died on track

Raise the Mast, Jan 15, Charles Town S
broken back

I’lbeamonkeysuncle, Jan 15, Portland R
sudden death – vessel ruptures in lungs

Ucanalwaysbebetter, Jan 23, Keeneland T
cannon fracture – bone embedded in tendons and ligament

Tripwire, Jan 26, Gulfstream R
collapsed fatally

Euro Zing, Jan 26, Turfway T
broke both front shoulders

Jubilance, Jan 27, Turf S
spinal cord trauma

Hawaiian Appeal, Jan 31, Delta R
post exertional distress, sudden death

Aeromosa, Feb 10, Tampa Bay R
sudden death” (three years old)

Queen Jeanne, Feb 22, Turfway R
[multiple] fractures; [multiple] torn veins; soft tissue damage is extensive

For Pops, Feb 26, Belmont T
collapsed and died

Ibetyoucanwiggle, Mar 9, Northfield R
acute collapse, heart stopped, agonal breaths, died within three mins

Mighty Zealous, Mar 10, Belmont S
severe respiratory distress…euthanized

Midnight Retreat, Mar 15, Emerald S
gastric rupture

Ghost Speaker, Mar 19, Retama T
sudden death on track” (two years old)

Hazel Anne, Mar 22, Hawthorne S
ruptured femoral artery – bled to death

Liberty Valance, Mar 25, Mahoning R
slab fractures [both front] knees

Miss Mimosa, Mar 28, Belmont T
cardiovascular collapse” (three years old)

Smart Daddy, Mar 28, Hawthorne T
complete fracture of neck

Tell It Ina Melody, Mar 28, Turfway R
[multiple] fractures; [torn] artery and vein

Notcho Daddy, Apr 5, Tampa Bay R
collapse, cardiac episode” (two years old)

Myrtle’s Boy, Apr 6, Hawthorne T
rider reported hearing a bone break – fracture[d] neck

Cathedral Reader, Apr 6, Keeneland R
[multiple] torn tendons and ligaments; ruptured suspensory

Kimyun, Apr 6, Remington R
paralyzed hind, unable to rise after race

yet-to-be-named filly, Apr 7, Lone Star
pneumonia/colitis/renal failure

Mandel, Apr 10, Keeneland R
[multiple] fractures; the following soft tissues were torn or ruptured: palmar annular ligament, suspensory ligament, sesamoidian ligaments, [multiple] tendons

Atomic Sealster, Apr 11, Tioga T
fell over…subsequently stopped breathing

Wiwi Celebration, Apr 13, Tampa Bay R
fracture; severed/ruptured ligament

Hoped For, Apr 18, Keeneland T
fractures; tearing of digital artery and vein

Amandine, Apr 19, Keeneland R
[multiple] displaced fractures; soft tissue damage is significant

Atlantic Slew, Apr 20, Fonner R
bled out [after falling]

Shut the Gate, Apr 22, Will Rogers R
head trauma

Amos P, Apr 26, Charles Town S
head trauma

Andariego, Apr 29, Remington R
fell, neck fracture

Wire Me a Valentine, May 4, Remington R
fractured both [back legs], pelvis

Rg I Hop Fast, May 4, Remington R
thrashed and collapsed in starting gate

Allie’s Aflirt, May 11, Fairmount R
flipped, hit head prior to race – horse died

Prue, May 15, Arlington T
horse dropped dead training

Rare Escape, May 16, Remington R
head trauma

Shanghai Billy, May 20, Emerald T
ligament rupture

Laser Lynn, May 21, Mountaineer R
collapsed – sudden death” (three years old)

Golden Julia, May 25, Saratoga T
pelvic injury, acute blood loss

Game Lad, May 27, Delaware R
acute catastrophic rupture of ligaments

Super Bound, May 27, Prairie R
crashed into gates

Iza Secret, May 27, Remington R
collapsed, tried to get up, no control of hind limbs

Mercusio, May 29, Delaware T
collapsed – sudden death” (three years old)

Beau Dan, May 30, Belterra R
fell at 3/16 pole – open, compound, disarticulated fracture

Irish Miss, May 31, Belterra R
horse bucked, kicked, and exhibited bunny hopping; upon stopping, her hind legs collapsed – suspect pelvic fracture, spinal cord trauma” (her first race)

Heaven Rocks, Jun 1, Buffalo R
in distress, collapsed

Coronas Al Jaguar, Jun 2, Sunray R
pulmonary hemorrhage collapse, sudden death

Glenwheresmymoney, Jun 7, Emerald R
pulmonary hemorrhage

I Miss Jumbo, Jun 9, Thistledown T
broken pelvis

[name redacted by Commission], Jun 13, Churchill S
skull fracture, spontaneous hemorrhage from both nostrils

High Beam, Jun 13, Churchill R
pulled up with severe ataxia and white mucous membranes; horse collapsed and died within few minutes – massive pulmonary hemorrhage

Spicey Corona, Jun 15, Delta R
neurologic, paresis/paralysis

Firm, Jun 15, Monmouth R
collapse on track post-race” (three years old)

Easy Livin, Jun 15, Monticello T
collapsed on track and died

Senator Tequila, Jun 16, Ruidoso T
broke back

Bless His Heart, Jun 20, Churchill T
rupture with tearing

Secret Agent Girl, Jun 22, Albuquerque T
collapsed on racetrack, sudden death

Pomera, Jun 23, Belterra R
rupture of sesamoidean apparatus and complete dislocation of fetlock joint

Doc Brown, Jun 23, Emerald T
fractures both front legs

After Jody, Jun 27, Delaware R
[multiple] catastrophic fractures

Tomy, Jun 29, Albuquerque T
collision with [another] horse

Will Call, Jun 29, Churchill R
horse collapsed and died – massive hemorrhage [in] thorax and abdomen; extensive hemorrhage [in] spine, neck, and hip

Ap Bear Lake, Jun 29, Energy R
dislocated ankle, euthanized on track

Machine Learning, Jul 4, Monmouth R
[multiple fractures with] avulsion

Watyurname, Jul 6, Ruidoso R
fractured shoulder; severe hemorrhage

Dash For The Cash, Jul 9, Monticello R
died following 2nd place win

Fight Night, Jul 12, Saratoga R
fell heavily after the wire…euthanized on track

Montezuma Ridge, Jul 13, Arapahoe S
found dead in stall with trauma” (two years old)

Jess Moonflash, Jul 14, Ruidoso R
compound fracture both front fetlocks

Fabulous Prince, Jul 15, Finger Lakes R
skull fracture

Overlord, Jul 15, Saratoga S
colonic rupture

Luckycuba, Jul 19, Delaware S
found dead with blood and foam at the nostrils

Maximum Volume, Jul 19, Prairie R
sudden death” (three years old)

High Profit, Jul 21, Arizona Downs T
head [and] spine trauma

Racy Opinion, Jul 21, Emerald R
fractured spine

Carolina Reaper, Jul 23, Mountaineer R
fell, died

Colonel Lewis, Jul 24, Thistledown R
horse dislocated ankle – open, degloved

Squeeze My Corona, Jul 27, Retama R
spinal cord fracture

Misspent Youth, Jul 27, Saratoga T
cardiovascular collapse

Sir Navigator, Aug 4, Ellis R
horse finished race, collapsed and died

Purple Flowers, Aug 15, Belterra R
complete dislocation of fetlock joint

Anything, Aug 17, Belterra R
bone fractured into multiple pieces

It’s Flashy, Aug 17, Finger Lakes T
expired after breezing

Dna Dales Cece, Aug 24, Indiana R
fractured both front ankles

Royal Inheritance, Sep 6, Belmont T
collapsed and died

Four Times Lucky, Sep 6, Harney Fair R
internal bleed

Facunda, Sep 6, Retama R
spinal cord fracture

Brave Spirited, Sep 7, Charles Town R
sudden death, pulmonary hemorrhage

Believein, Sep 13, Churchill T
[multiple] fractures; severe soft tissue damage

Tapalot, Sep 14, Emerald R
fractures both front legs

Smarter Yet, Sep 14, Northville R
cardiovascular collapse warming up for a race

Burnout B, Sep 15, Will Rogers R
fractured skull [and] spine

ShezSugarSweet A, Sep 19, Plainridge R
collapsed and died instantly, no definitive cause found

B P Rocket, Sep 20, Keeneland T
shoulder fracture; [torn] tissues; extensive gastric ulcers” (three years old)

Queen Elsa, Sep 23, Saratoga Harness S
found deceased in stall

Southern Slugger, Sep 26, Indiana S
acute gastric rupture

Noontime Salsa, Sep 28, Delaware T
exercise-associated sudden death” (three years old)

Iana, Oct 3, Charles Town R
leg shattered

Elverson, Oct 3, Charles Town R
neck and head fractures

Stella d’Oro, Oct 4, Keeneland R
multiple fractures; massive soft tissue damage

Go Oshie Go, Oct 12, Hawthorne R
dropped dead on track

Indy’s Quick Image, Oct 13, Delaware S
found dead – acute brain hemorrhage

Call to Victory, Oct 20, Keeneland R
[multiple] open fractures; extensive soft tissue damage; extensive ulceration of stomach” (three years old)

Maggie Pie, Oct 24, Remington R
fell hard on neck – deceased in stall next day

The Keeper, Nov 2, Keeneland T
open fractures – fragments missing, large fragment embedded in ligament

Grand Peak, Nov 3, Will Rogers R
fractured skull [and] spine

Bv Tempted, Nov 8, Will Rogers R
fractured [both] front limbs

Fm Dynasty Rock, Nov 9, Lone Star R
facial/nasal fractures – massive blood loss

Tico’s Premed, Nov 11, Zia R
collapsed post race, died” (three years old)

Coronas Dashin Injun, Nov 16, Zia R
broken back

Rancers Dancer, Nov 17, Zia R
broke leg above knee, died [not euthanized] in place

Goneonamission, Nov 24, Belmont S
found deceased with apparent head injury

Tigers Rule, Nov 24, Churchill R
[multiple] fractures with tearing of artery and vein

Too Deadly, Nov 26, Evangeline R
skull [and] spine fractures

Elegant Bay, Nov 30, Churchill R
multiple fractures; soft tissue damage is severe

Fast Steppin, Dec 6, Zia T
shattered pastern

Sierra Steel, Dec 7, Turf R
fractured pelvis

Bright Diamond N, Dec 14, Yonkers R
fell over, died on racetrack

Thecaptainnshawneel, Dec 20, Sunland T
broken back

Warminister A, Dec 28, Freehold R
sudden death, cause unknown

Olly Wonder, Dec 31, Turfway R
severe tearing of tendons and ligaments

Today is Kentucky Derby Day, a day in which the The Big Lie is at its most obscene. NBC and mint juleps; “The Run for the Roses,” “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports.” But the truth is, today is but a hollow dog and pony show. Horseracing, everyday horseracing, is cold, violent, and merciless. And here’s another hard truth: Horseracing in America is not 100 disparate companies; it is a single entity. As such, a bet at one track is a bet at all; to patronize one race is to patronize all. In other words, if you support – watch, bet on – today’s race, you make possible the following.

Some of the horses killed at U.S. tracks in 2018, in the words of the industry itself.
(R: Racing, T: Training, S: Stall)

Papa’s Missile, January 10, Penn T
apparent heart attack – expired on track

Jess Call Me J R, January 15, Sunland S
found dead in stall” (two years old)

yet-to-be-named 2-year-old, January 16, Santa Anita T
“right forelimb: comminuted, complete, displaced fracture of the metacarpus; innumerable small fragments of bone; two large bone fragments that stayed in place; all articular surfaces of the fetlock…were covered with innumerable small irregular bone fragments; left forelimb: there was an open – 8 cm long skin tearing of the MCIII, with protrusion of a fragment of bone – comminuted, complete, displaced fracture of the MCIII; all articular surfaces of the fetlock…were covered with innumerable small irregular bone fragments” (that’s two broken legs)

Verraco, January 19, Santa Anita R
“right radius/ulna fracture, open, comminuted, complete, displaced, acute, with five major bone fragments, smaller missing fragments; avulsion of ulna from radius; bone fragment protrusion through hemorrhagic, gaping skin tear; pre-existing degenerative joint lesions; gastric ulceration chronic

Dragon Dread, February 14, Monticello S
found deceased in barn stall this morning

Game Piece, February 23, Los Alamitos R
MC3 is completely shattered into 50-100 shards and fragments; four complete fractures through the articular surface; the skin overlying the MC3 is multifocally torn with extensive subcutaneous hemorrhage and protruding shards of bone

Move Bingham, March 2, Sunland T
collision on racetrack with another horse” (see below)

Naevussquall, March 2, Sunland T
collision on racetrack with another horse” (see above)

Every Intention, March 10, Meadowlands S
severe injury to ankle, open wound into fetlock joint – euthanized in pit

Shelby’s Ideal, March 13, Monticello S
found dead following treatment for acute colic the day prior

Portent, March 14, Charles Town R
both ankles fractured [and] dislocated

Boom Boom Bango, March 18, Santa Anita R
“open, comminuted, completed, displaced fracture, MCIII; open, comminuted displaced fracture, medial proximal sesamoid bone; avulsion fracture, lateral proximal sesamoid bone; rupture, intersesamoidean ligament; marked fraying, flexor tendons; marked fraying, suspensory apparatus; marked fraying, straight distal sesamoidean ligament; marked fraying and transection, cruciate sesamoidean ligaments; transection, collateral sesamoidean ligaments; comminuted, complete, displaced fracture of the proximal phalanx; cartilage erosion – chronic [in both front limbs]” (that’s one horse, one death)

Dial Me In, March 23, Santa Anita R
complete, comminuted fracture of the scapula through the neck and distal end of the spine; the major distal fragment is split into two major fragments by a fracture that enters the glenoid and splits the glenoid into halves; the caudal fragment is split into three major fragments longitudinally

Ready Poncho, March 24, Hawthorne T
collapsed dead on track…exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage

Anchor, April 6, Belmont S
horse was found dead in stall

Hazel Ann I Am, April 14, Keeneland R
[two broken legs]

Carulli, April 20, Los Alamitos R
“open, comminuted, complete, displaced condylar fracture with rupture of the articular capsule, annular ligament and collateral fetlock ligaments; open, comminuted, complete, displaced fracture of the medial proximal sesamoid bone with avulsion fracture of the tip and avulsion fracture of the axial surface; rupture of the intersesamoidean ligament; deep gastric ulcers

Xten, April 20, Santa Anita T
“horse collided with another horse, fell; given several hours to attempt to rise, unable to; exhibited tremors post-injury; a severe, comminuted (+40 fragments) fracture of the thoracic vertebrae; extensive hemorrhages in the spinal canal, bones and adjacent skeletal muscle; due to the large numbers of fragments, it was not possible to evaluate for predisposing lesions”

Bs Cartel, April 24, Remington S
found dead in stall – stomach rupture” (two years old)

Mr Dynasty, April 29, Turf T
head trauma – fractured skull, brain bleed

Top Street, May 3, Penn R
horse dropped dead post-race

Formal Summation, May 15, Delaware S
terminally lame: complete cartilage erosion of both front metacarpal IIIs” (five years old)

Terry O Geri, May 18, Belmont S
found dead in stall two days after having colic surgery

Fast Munny, May 19, Santa Anita R
horse was trailing field and suddenly collapsed and expired at the wire – extensive hemorrhages of the left caudal lobe, hemorrhages in multiple organs; chronic gastric erosions/ulcers

Baby Lightweight, May 21, Finger Lakes S
laminitis both front limbs – euthanized” (three years old, yet to be raced)

Right On the Nose, May 28, Remington R
fell, hindquarters wouldn’t move

Major Hit, May 29, Thistledown R
fractured both knees during race

Hokie Fever, May 31, Penn T
open fracture of radius with large fracture piece found on the ground

Tasmania, June 2, Belterra R
fractured both sesamoids, avulsed ligaments, dislocated fetlock joint

Waya Ed, June 2, Santa Anita R
catastrophic fracture of the tibia; several variable size bone fragments within the two main bone fragments; severe tearing and hemorrhage of the muscles

Cash Poor, June 3, Saratoga Harness R
horse collapsed and died after finishing fourth

Amada Rafaela, June 7, Santa Anita R
horse staggered and collapsed, rapid onset of agonal breathing with white mucus membranes [and] large amount of red-tinged froth in the trachea – severe pulmonary hemorrhage; [also:] pelvic fracture, vertebral fractures

My Erin, June 9, Belterra R
fetlock was completely dislocated, open fractures, sesamoids and supporting ligaments completely avulsed

Dauns First Desirio, June 10, Arapahoe R
heatstroke

Divine Order, June 10, Monmouth S
severe colic, toxic, severe pain

Tiffany Diamond, June 17, Santa Anita R
catastrophic fetlock failure – over 40 bone fragments, extensive hemorrhage

Mr. Euro, June 18, Delaware R
[multiple] fractures, complete rupture of the flexor tendon, torn suspensory branches, and an open wound

Dashing Roja, June 23, Pleasanton R
complete rupture of the sesamoidean ligaments

Imperial Legacy, June 30, Los Alamitos R
[multiple] fractures; hemorrhage and fraying of suspensory ligament; rupture of intersesamoidean and palmar annular ligaments; rupture of medial collateral ligament of the fetlock; rupture of medial collateral sesamoidean ligament; gastric ulcers

First Prize Choice, June 30, Wyoming Downs R
collision with rail – catastrophic head injury

Seared, July 8, Los Alamitos R
“pulled up racing, collapsed on ambulance, pulled from ambulance unable to rise: comminuted, complete, displaced fracture with compression of spinal cord

Bookofmatches, July 14, Los Alamitos R
comminuted, complete, displaced fracture of the L5 vertebra with extensive hemorrhages

El Gran Noel, July 19, Penn S
rupture of internal carotid

Lady Jodie Perry, July 21, Ruidoso T
severed tendons and ligament

Bobby Abu Dhabi, July 22, Del Mar T
[multiple] fetlock and cervical fractures

Intrepid Humor, July 28, Arlington T
fracture with lacerated femoral artery

Unusual Kiddy, July 29, Los Alamitos R
fell leaving gate, paralyzed: comminuted fracture of the spine with extensive hemorrhages in the adjacent musculature and connective tissue

Irish Spring, August 4, Del Mar R
fell…dead upon arrival: complete, comminuted, displaced fracture of C3 with complete transection of the spinal cord and extensive hemorrhages

Giant Breeze, August 5, Arlington R
“after racing the horse became recumbent…they got the horse up…it went down and never got up again…severe heat stroke…euthanized”

Get Mad Gracie, August 11, Fairmount R
fractured ankle – shattered

Magic Mangus, August 17, Monmouth R (euthanized August 31)
right dorsal displacement; [also:] laminitis, pneumonia, colic

Sunnysyde, August 17, Ruidoso R
bled, died on way to barn

Happy Andyversary, August 19, Harrah’s R
suffered a seizure and expired

Geremel Hanover, August 21, Plainridge R
fell over another horse, pulmonary hemorrhage, died instantly

Mischief Maker, August 28, Tioga T
shatter[ed] his pastern

Mz Brown, September 2, Del Mar R
catastrophic breakdown of the fetlock; fractures of the proximal sesamoid bones; full thickness, transverse rupture of the palmar annular ligament; full thickness, transverse and longitudinal rupture of the intersesamoidean ligament”

Royal Blessing, September 4, Saratoga S
was found dead in his stall – ileal rupture

Valley Child, September 6, Los Alamitos T
“left front carpus failure, [multiple fractures]; right front carpus failure, [multiple fractures]” (that’s multiple fractures in two legs)

Chazelle, September 6, Penn S
found expired in stall” (three years old)

Bronson, September 8, Kentucky Downs R
multiple fetlock fractures; extensive soft tissue damage; chronic, gastric ulceration

Cool Breeze De Vie, September 8, Tioga R
collapsed and died immediately following the race

Cruzin Wrangler, September 9, Prairie R
tibial fracture, skull fracture, DOA…the result of a mid-race collision

Chloes Smoke N Fame, September 9, Sweetwater Downs R
chest impalement

G P’s Girl, September 20, Arlington R
collapsed on track…horse was in agonal breathing and the mucus membranes were white…stopped breathing within seconds of arrival

Claret Jug, October 4, Remington R
collapsed at the finish line, died two minutes later” (three years old)

St. Barts, October 6, Saratoga T
collapsed – pulmonary hemorrhage

Jess Pure Class, October 14, Turf R
[broke both front legs]

Next Dance, October 17, Keeneland R
“horse pulled up and fell – open, comminuted fracture…numerous small fragments of bone embedded in the connective tissues

Beau Square, October 18, Santa Anita R
[multiple] complete fractures; [multiple] ligament ruptures

Semper Frey, October 21, Hawthorne T
horse went down and was dead before [vet got there]

E Licious, October 26, Penn R
horse collapsed just past the finish line – was dead when vet reached [her]” (three years old)

KJ Henry Michael, October 27, Monticello S
found deceased in stall early morning” (two years old)

Hashtag Fast, October 28, Will Rogers S
found dead in stall – presumed choke

Love to Party, November 8, Charles Town R
shattered MCIII

Andesine, November 11, Aqueduct R
collapsed and died after being unsaddled

Thurman, November 24, Hawthorne R
complete rupture of [multiple] ligaments

Coming in Hot, December 4, Portland R
sudden death/collapse due to circulatory failure

The Last Factor, December 7, Turfway R
[two broken legs]

Unusual Champ, December 12, Turf R
collapse – pulmonary hemorrhage

Printscess Hunt, December 27, Charles Town S
head trauma

Running Wildcat, December 27, Charles Town S
cast in stall, broken jaw

The following is a companion list to “How They Die.” While the industry attempts to dismiss these deaths (“non-racing”), make no mistake, these stabled-at-the-track, awaiting-next-race horses are no less casualties of this vile business than the ones who snap legs on raceday or rupture hearts in morning practice. Victims, all. (Again, this is but a sampling of information I annually receive from racing commissions.)

Boat Drinks: “the horse returned to the track with laminitis in all four limbs – rotated through the sole”

Cantina Butterfly: “the horse was down, depressed had labored breathing and a very swollen face with a bad odor and some nasal discharge…died before a tracheotomy could be performed; severe extensive cellulitis, severe gastric ulcers, renal papillary necrosis, severe traumatic osteoarthropathy”

Ivory Debt: “head trauma from flipping in barn September 29, severe CNS signs September 30 – euthanasia after contacting insurance company” (yes, after suffering head trauma, this horse had to wait a day before being put down – because of money)

unnamed 2-year-old: “found dead in stall, fractured pelvis with hemorrhaging”

Blow By: “found dead in the stall; pneumonia or possible head trauma during shipping”

Big Gene: “severe septicemia rear legs with necrosis – laminitis all four” (two years old)

Honest Abe: “bowel evisceration secondary to a castration surgery earlier in the day”

Quittin Time: “the horse shipped in from Arkansas with a 103 degree temperature…developed laminitis…today the horse’s coffin bone rotated out the bottom of its foot”

name withheld: “found dead in stall – the presence of an acute traumatic lesion to the left hind limb…suggests colt became uncomfortable during the night and injured his limb while rolling/becoming cast or otherwise struggling; gastric ulceration was severe enough in this case to have caused pain, in addition to the colonic lesion…large numbers of tape worms in the cecum”

Two Step Turn: “[trainer] stated that one of his workers found the horse dead on the floor”

Hoppy Hour: “marked diffuse chronic fibrinous arthritis of the left hock – the thickened joint capsule along with the abundant fibrin suggest a chronic, on-going process” (two years old)

Genaro: “colicky, unresponsive to treatment, died next day – ruptured intestine”

JC’s Dream: “broken carpus, very thin, very lame”

Olmeca: “ruptured bladder”

Lady Lucilla: “shipped in with shipping fever, abscess, and fluid in lungs”

New Ellenton: “head trauma, seizuring, hypovolemic shock”

Rainy Night: “found lame in her stall on 11/15; euthanized on 11/22 for severe hemorrhage from gastrocnemius tear/trauma”

Sayalittlprayrfrme: “rough trip in trailer to track, sustained laceration over L eye, seemed ok initially but was found down in stall and in extreme distress later that afternoon, vet treated without improvement – euthanized”

My Precious Stolita: “severe colic – horse was found dead in stall”

Bronze Bomber: “pleural pneumonia with four-feet laminitis”

Legasistic (probably sic): “evisceration of abdomen”

Mister Dark Eagle: “tracheal collapse/trauma”

Indio: “discovered dead in its stall; horse had stopped eating the day before”

Just Dance With Me: “drowning incident”

Shotgun Love: “euthanized for severe laminitis both front feet”

Sherlock’s Hope: “acute severe laminitis in all four feet”

Arrogante de Oro: “horse treated for colic on 6/11 [five days after last race]…found dead in stall at 4:00 AM by groom/night watch”

Myarchangel: “flipped in street, fractured skull”

Classic Kate: “penetrating abdominal wound – humanely destroyed”

Kershner: “sudden death; had been treated for colic, intestinal rupture”

Bigapplehereicome: “found dead in its stall”

Lovely Elle: “dead in stall 4 am”

Mongolian Eagle: “eight weeks of ataxia”

name withheld: “colic of 2-day duration…appeared to recover, then expired suddenly, most likely due to a distended or ruptured bowel”

name withheld: “horse flipped…suspect cranial fracture, hemorrhaged”

name withheld: “found in stall – suspect colic”

name withheld: “flipped in stall – head trauma”

name withheld: “dead in stall”

El Borracho: “found dead in am, no signs of struggle”

Bettarun Realfast: “horse had laminitis of greater than 7 days duration…developed colic today – not responsive to any medications…euthanasia”

Citizen Ofthe West: “found dead – colic”

Silver Bullet Rf: “found dead in stall; 360-degree torsion of colon”

Nacimientos Clasic: “horse died during night – colic”

Wagon #1 (probably sic): “found dead in stall”

Speedy Trick: “colic – died in stall overnight”

Asophisticatedmomma: “horse was found dead – horse was insured”

Sms First Dibs: “found dead”

Carmon’s Trick: “found in stall dead”

Quick Coconut: “being treated for a cold – found dead in stall”

Freudian Dilemma: “found deceased in stall – gastric/digestive issues”

Rip Loves Maize: “collapsed in stall and expired”

Lemon Iceking: “being treated for recurring bronchopneumonia without resolution – found dead in stall”

Yodelmesomemagic: “found dead in stall – suspect colic”

Mias Mark: “flipped in washrack, fractured skull – dead on arrival”

The Grey Bullet: “found dead in stall”

Lebowski: “found dead outside stall, treated previous day for gastrointestinal issue”

Jade Run: “found down in stall, unable to stand; in distress; possible reaction to pre-race [left blank] – euthanized”

Morning Joe: “previously fx near LR pelvis, stall rest prescribed; 2 months later his health took a turn for the worse…found down in stall…got horse standing…demonstrated considerable distress – decision made to euthanize”

Mr Reid: “found dead in stall; previous surgery for severe colic…predisposed to colic”

Clever King: “found deceased in stall – being treated for colic”

Start It Up: “laminitis both front feet”

Totally Discreet: “laminitis both front feet”

Fashion Fund: “found down in stall & removed to clinic where filly was diagnosed with comminuted left femoral & pelvic fractures”

The Lucky Dream: “collapsed and died in stall – suspected heart failure or aneurysm”

Majic Laughter: “found dead in stall – history of colic”

Superbe Rulah: “horse not feeling well; found dead in stall – suspected acute colic”

Monsterinthepaint: “died after being removed from trailer – colonic ulceration with colitis”

Beautiful Mimi: “flipped in stall – hit head fracturing neck…died”

Demo: “being treated by vet for lumbosacral neuropathy with rectal/urinary disfunction; developed severe UTI and was found dead in stall”

Wild Perfection: “horse found dead in stall – unattended death”

Hawaiian Move: “sudden death post-exercise on equine wheel…died shortly after returning to barn”

Warair: “found deceased in stall”

Eye Opening Dream: “found deceased in barn” (was raced just three days prior)

Special Jessie: “dead in stall”

Floyd Hanover: “[trainer] found horse dead in barn”

Platinum Sensation: “found dead in stall”

Ladys Bad Boy: “[found] the horse dead in his stall”

Kettle’s Kid: “shipping fever”

Rangersleadtheway: “severely neurologic”

Built Bok Tuff: “horse was found dead in stall…with apparent signs of severe colic; Dr. Robinson reportedly treated the horse for colic [the day before]”

Sally Ali: “horse was found dead in barn on backside in early morning hours; showed signs of colic, endotoxemia; exact cause of death unknown – no necropsy performed”

Jumpn On Glass: “horse found dead in stall – signs of colic and endotoxic shock” (was raced just three days prior)

Jenny Cartel: “died in stall after being treated for several days for respiratory/lung disease”

My Lucky Shot: “horse died of colic and arrived at clinic deceased”

Miss Executive Gray: “found dead in stall…history of pleuritis with pulmonary abscessation”

D’forest Diva: “found dead in stall”

Phoebe Moon: “colic, enteritis – found dead in stall”

Waverly Force: “neurologic disease”

Catana: “found dead in stall”

Temple of Doom: “found dead in stall”

Hard Play: “found dead in stall – cause unknown”

The following is a sampling of information I annually receive (via FOIA) from state racing commissions. It is, clearly, a list that should sicken all Americans of good conscience, but more important, one that should force a collective introspection: Are we not better than this? Is each of us, are the whole of us, not ultimately tasked with leaving this world a bit kinder, a measure more moral than how we found it? If so, then there is no debate to be had, no other side to the argument. The wholesale abuse and killing of intelligent, sensitive beings for gambling, for “sport,” must end. Now.

Some of the horses Killed in Action on American racetracks:

ZZ Rider: “the horse took a bad step and continued on…the horse put its head down and somersaulted on track; examination showed an open, disarticulated fetlock joint with the MCIII bone sticking out; all collateral ligaments ruptured”

Heza Fast Wagon: “RF ankle was disarticulated from the parent bone and hanging by a shred of skin”

Tempting Eyes: “horse caught reins in rail and snapped neck”

Lady Angel: “collapsed while training with copious amount of blood coming out of both nostrils”

Greatwhite Buffalo: “both front fetlocks attached by skin only, leaving the distal cannon bones exposed, covered with ground-in dirt and severe bruising; gastric ulcers quite extensive”

Goldtique: “this horse was involved in a three horse collision…broken back – death due to vertebral fracture and exsanguination” (she bled out)

Digger’s Jigger: “this horse was involved in a three horse collision [same as above]…found dead in her stall [next] morning – death due to axial musculoskeletal trauma and exsanguination” (she bled out)

Wind Warrior: “horse broke down near the 3/8 pole but continued on to the finish line…examination showed bilateral sesamoid fractures, rupture of the distal ligaments and collateral ligament, disarticulation of the fetlock joint…the bone was exposed”

Cool It: “euthanasia due to shock from large laceration with arterial bleeding”

Johannah Jo: “broke down around half mile pole then continued to run half mile; repeated trauma caused ankle to [become] dislocated and destroyed soft tissues; ran to finish line where she was put down on track”

Baytown Princess: “compound, open, complete transverse fracture of both front cannon bones just below the knees”

Gambler Five: “deep digital flexor tendon completely severed and displaced…dorsal surface of the superficial digital flexor tendon shredded…[multiple] ligaments torn…medial proximal sesamoid bone has a complete mid-body fracture…lateral proximal sesamoid bone fractured into multiple pieces”

Queen Patron: “compound fracture of fetlock…protrusion of metacarpal and sesamoid bones through the laceration…exposed bones are covered in dirt and debris; the mucosa of the stomach contains 53 erosions and ulcers”

Tres Seis Luvbug: “complete compound fracture of the left MC II,III,IV with distal limb attached to the body by soft tissues”

Tizquick: “broke from gate and rider immediately tried to pull horse up – sesamoidean fracture with subluxation of fetlock; rider was unable to pull up until middle of first turn – this may have contributed to severity of injury”

Stand by Your Man: “1/3 of left scapula shattered into multiple displaced pieces…severe damage of the surrounding skeletal muscle and soft tissue including a severed blood vessel and severe hemorrhage; chronic synovitis of the front fetlocks”

Dancing Terror: “left hind limb was swollen…with a puncture wound, through which bone was protruding…eight large pieces of bone (and numerous small pieces) present; numerous small ulcers”

Isutalkintome: “left front fetlock attached by skin only, leaving the distal cannon bones exposed, covered with ground-in dirt and severe bruising; gastric ulcers extensive”

Burst of Fire: “glenoid rim fractured…two pieces of bone pulled away; gastric ulcers extensive”

Kernel Slanders: “sesamoid fractured into three fragments…ligaments shredded; score lines and bruising in front fetlocks are suggestive of repetitive osseous stress syndrome, a common finding in fetlocks of racing Thoroughbreds”

Age of Fluffy: “spine fractured; gastric ulcers are common in horses on NSAIDs, and in training…these were extensive and may have caused the horse to be painful from them during the paddock period…this may have led to the horse rearing and flipping over backwards”

South Philly Magic: “horse had a broken neck and was dead when the veterinarian arrived”

Tyeste: “fractured skull, hemorrhaging from both nostrils and ears”

Star Cover: “upon exam it was both visually and palpably obvious that there was a complete breakdown injury to the suspensory apparatus; both sesamoids were fractured and the ankle was on the ground when attempting to bear weight”

Sierra Ancha: “compound comminuted fracture left forelimb…severe soft tissue damage with exposure of several fragments of bone”

Quiet Title: “sudden cardiac arrest; horse fell and broke neck – someone saw blood from the ears”

Must See: “tore whole chest out upon hitting the rail”

Corona Favorita: “fractured left femur, bled out, died”

Apostles Creed: “started race, broke stride, pulled up – laid down and died”

Medalquest: “complete rupture of collateral ligaments – ambulanced to designated area and humanely euthanized”

Indanameofdafather: “while racing between the 1/2 mile pole and the 3/8 pole, this horse dropped dead on the track”

Notta: “lacerated tendons with extensive degloving wound with cannon bone exposed”

Brim: “following the race while walking back to the barn, horse collapsed and, [after] 3 agonal breaths, died on track”

Ruth’s Lotus: “horse fractured both knees at 3/8 pole”

El Bandito: “while racing the horse had open comminuted fractures…the horse flipped in the ambulance, went over the partition and had to be euthanized inside the ambulance”

Shakeyogroovething: “severe injury to LH limb; tearing of the digital veins and arteries bilaterally with severe hemorrhage”

name withheld: “horse died suddenly during morning gallop – marked amounts of white, foamy fluid extend the length of the trachea and up to the pharynx and nasal passages…the lungs fail to collapse, are heavy and discolored purple-red with scattered pleural petechial hemorrhage”

name withheld: “slowed down, dropped to track, instant death – gums white; suspect heart attack or ruptured aorta”

name withheld: “fell after the wire – open fracture of the lateral condyle of the third metacarpal bone…soft tissue damage includes severe tearing of the suspensory ligament throughout the length and rupture of the medial extensor branch of the suspensory”

name withheld: “horse collapsed – severe pulmonary hemorrhage; large amount of bloody froth in the trachea, nasal cavity and within the nares…marked pulmonary hemorrhage, with the right side being more severely affected than the left…large amount of blood exudes from the lungs upon sectioning”

name withheld: “the connective tissues of the distal limb are expanded by a large amount of edema and hemorrhage…there is tearing of both the lateral and medial digital veins…fragments from the medial fracture missing…soft tissue damage is severe”

name withheld: “open fractures of the lateral condyle of the third metacarpal bone and the lateral sesamoid…extensor tendons are torn and there is bone embedded within the suspensory ligament…lateral condylar fracture is comminuted, with multiple missing fragments and spans the length of the diaphysis”

name withheld: “carpus is swollen and unstable, with the joint containing abundant bloody fluid with bony particles admixed…comminuted slab fractures of the radial, intermediate, ulnar, third and fourth carpal bones, with the slab fractures being entirely separated from the underlying bone…severe ligamentous damage, with rupture of a number of the intercarpal ligaments and the collateral ligaments”

name withheld: “multiple fractures to multiple bones; the lungs are mildly edematous and congested, suggesting increased respiratory effort terminally as the result of pain and excitation”

Anthony’s Flyer: “traumatic stifle laceration with joint penetration and patellar fracture”

Call Me an Illusion: “ran into rail; rail into pleural [lung] space”

Trisha’s Trove: “epistaxis” (bled from the nose)

Smokinisashame: “fractured hock – complete, separated”

All Lucky Lynn: “collided with another race animal and rail, severely lacerating/degloving proximal right forearm”

Royal Hard Spun: “dropped dead on main track – possible fracture of cervical spine”

He Can Run: “pelvic fracture that lacerated an artery and precipitated hypovolemic shock followed by death”

Sc Dustychampion: “fractured ankle…went airborne and landed on the entire left side – including head”

Dominant Diversion: “died on track – hemorrhage via nostrils”

Tera Inferno: “horse flipped and hit head after race due to heat stroke”

Eastern Gold: “fell down and died on [track] after race”

Giga Man: “catastrophic collision, likely neck fracture”

Finns Huckleberry: “apparent trauma/fracture of back; loss of use of hind limbs”

Yo Adrienne: “horse lethargic after training…fell and died”

Dream Player: “flipped over inside rail of training track sustaining blunt trauma”

Kibble: “pulled up lame, suspected pelvic fracture, went into shock – euthanized”

Jesse’s Story: “horse fell, sustained severe skull fracture and died”

Iwannabejustlikeu: “fractured leg, surgery; morning of August 20 found in duress, x-ray revealed leg fracture [same leg] – euthanized”

Dontevnthnkaboutit: “ran loose, impaled shoulder on rail, extensive tissue & muscle damage – euthanized”

You Gotta Believe: “unseated rider…ran loose…impaled R stifle on rail”

Blue Sixty Four: “crashed into rail and fell while training; sedated and stood up; ambulanced to barn, treated for head trauma; seized in afternoon – euthanized”

Caixa Eletronica: “suffered a fx skull and died when Six Drivers unseated rider and collided with Caixa Eletronica”

Six Drivers: “unseated rider and collided with Caixa Eletronica – Six Drivers suffered a fractured neck and died”

Boston Chief: “collapsed after workout and died from skull fractures”

Makari: “fell unseating rider after going over hurdle, died on track”

Knockher Off: “stumbled and fell after finish; horse died on the track – apparent neck trauma”

Mizz Quoted: “horse involved in head-on collision during morning training hours”

Sum Special Hum: “heat distress, picked up off racetrack and died at barn”

Zulu Echo: “multiple fractures [of pastern]…unable to bear weight; the left hock was also lacerated and the joint was exposed, most likely caused by right rear leg when horse was scrambling to recover”

Comisky’s Sister: “found deceased in stall” (after finishing second)

Roses for Romney: “clipped heels…fell; horse died of apparent neck trauma”

Saints Be Praised: “suffered fractures to both front legs”

Perfect Spot: “fractured cannon; ankle exposing bone”

Rocky Mountain Guy: “fractured cannon bone – compound, through the skin”

Mystery Taste: “complete comminuted cannon fracture…bone exposed”

Flyingpalm: “snapped leg”

TNT Party: “fractured front legs” (plural)

Tribal Journey: “pulmonary artery rupture”

You Know Juneau: “profuse hemorrhage from both nostrils”

Cali Sue Boo: “broke both knees”

Retrade: “broke both front legs”

Joe Boo Kelly: “horse became unstable during the post parade and then fell and died – no obvious cause of death; the ulceration of the stomach was severe – 90-100 erosions and ulcers”

Fors Fortis: “sesamoid bones badly comminuted…suspensory ligament completely transected and avulsed from the bones”

Rockin’ Rockstar: “comminuted, spiral fracture of humerus, with ends distracted…greater tubercle separated from parent bone; rib fractured”

Bobby McDuffie: “complete rupture of the distal sesamoidean ligaments with hemorrhage; the spleen is enlarged and filled with blood”

Digital Z Tam: “became weak and fell to the ground; horse was having trouble breathing and died naturally within two minutes”

Stef and Me: “tendon attachment ruptured causing [it] to deviate laterally”

Highly Classified: “bled out internally”

Might Be a Eagle: “broke back and neck”

This Kat of Mine: “collapsed and died on track”

Zuma Moon: “skull fracture”

Famous Attitude: “horse collapsed and died on track post-wire; horse reportedly had frothy hemorrhagic bilateral nasal discharge – no necropsy performed”

Parks Wave Dancer: “horse collapsed – spinal cord fracture”

Sendero Six: “horse began to buck before finish line…hit and flipped over inside rail…stood and attempted to jump back over but fell backwards landing hard…attempted to jump rail again but collapsed and became recumbent and went into shock”

Tres Seis Zoe: “bilateral paresis of hind legs…from spinal cord dislocation”

Fancy Zoomin: “heat stroke resulted in death”

The Lefty: “horse appears to have suffered major back injury/fracture after leaving starting gate…continued down the stretch until it stopped near finish line…showed bilateral hind leg paresis prior to stopping – euthanized” (yes, this horse tried to continue running after breaking his back)

Rango B: “catastrophic spinal cord injury with paralysis”

Yagouti: “CNS trauma (spine) – unable to rise”

Fiery Fast Dash: “collided with another horse and rail after crossing the finish line, severely lacerating/degloving right forearm”

Wave Diamond: “flipped in gate with rig…acute death in gate, suspect cervical fracture”

The Knight Arrival: “sustained severe head trauma (bled from ears and nose) from thrashing in the starting gate; collapsed on track where the horse was euthanized”

Oh Carter Go: “right forelimb sustained biaxial sesamoid fractures with rupture of supporting soft tissue structures and open disarticulation of the fetlock; left forelimb had uniaxial sesamoid fractures with rupture of the supporting soft tissues and open disarticulation of the fetlock”

Jazz Track: “fell in race, possible neck fracture”

Wizards Clip: “broken back in spill”

Conference: “collapsed and died [at] finish line – vascular accident”

Concrete Cat: “fractured ribs, punctured lung”

Guybrush: “flipped over on training track, died moments later – suspect a broken neck”

Catching Fire: “collapse – lung bleeding”

Tizfun: “collapsed – bled into lungs”

La Moneda: “exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage”

Red Phone: “complete disarticulation of fetlock – all supporting structures destroyed”

Blondie La Jolla: “compound fracture both cannons”

Genuine Windi Dash: “bled – died”

Pb El Chiltepin: “compound fracture of both fetlocks”

Thunderclap Newman: “trauma in the gate – died”

D E Trubador: “sesamoids shattered”

Lw Wired Val: “collapsed after race”

Happydazarehereagain: “head trauma due to fall when choking down”

Hard to Want: “collapsed [after] workout on the main track…dead upon [vet’s] arrival”

Glitzy: “right hind fracture of its metatarsal, left front cannon bone behind with complete destruction of its long pastern bone”

Five Point Star: “complete open fracture distal limb”

Book the Bet: “open wounds [two] fetlocks, stifle wounds”

Benny’s Diamond: “multiple comminuted carpal bone fractures”

Leucosia: “cardiac collapse”

Seminole Charlie: “sudden collapse and died”

Donna’s Dream: “flipped over and broke her shoulder – euthanized”; “her remains are now in the manure facility”

Hawks Linda Lou: “the horse flipped and fell while being saddled for racing, hitting its head on the ground; the horse was immediately rendered unconscious and shortly thereafter expired”

Wastin’ Away: “fractured head”

Zesty Perry: “backed out of gate during training – flipped and hit head – seizures, severe”

Jmf La Panchista: “broken back during race”

Mezuman: “possible heart attack/ruptured aorta…died on track”

Carlientita: “after work[out], the horse collapsed dead on the track”

Sistriot: “the horse flipped in the paddock; she had difficulty standing and fell again…taken by ambulance to a barn – found dead in the am”

You’re My Favorite: “broke down at 5/16 pole – shattered cannon bone – was euthanized at that spot”

Thirsty Girl: “trained normally, returned to barn – horse became wobbly…placed in a stall when it collapsed and died”

Vasilisa the Wise: “collapsed on track – dead”

Super Nova: “following the race, the horse got wobbly in the tunnel…treated with Delt Cortef and cold water – the horse collapsed dead”

Fitz’s Storm: “horse collapsed dead on the track…administered succinylcholine to end suffering”

Rory Monarchos: “open, comminuted condylar fracture…vet and trainer had to wait for owner to call back, so horse was euthanized [next day]”

Duneside Matt: “horse started pulling up around 1/2 mile then collapsed and died”

Mr. Kasdan: “suspensory apparatus failure both front legs”

name withheld: “flipped into a bench, hit head”

name withheld: “loose horse collision at full speed”

name withheld: “collapsed and died after race”

name withheld: “seizure, cranial trauma”

name withheld: “exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage”

name withheld: “fractured neck”

US Scout: “catastrophic hemorrhagic event”

name withheld: “massively comminuted carpal bone fractures…majority of the intercarpal ligaments are torn”

A Risky Peace: “left forelimb: complete, comminuted fracture of the first phalanx; right forelimb: partial, non-displaced fracture of the first phalanx” (that’s two broken legs)

Langtanz: “basilar fracture of the medial sesamoid, with a second fracture dividing the basilar portion into two pieces…damage to the sesamoidian ligaments is severe, with rupture of the straight, oblique and cruciate sesamoidian ligaments”

name withheld: “approximately three centimeter full-thickness laceration over the medial sesamoid…distal limb is expanded by a large amount of edema and hemorrhage and there is massive soft tissue damage, including complete rupture of the superficial and deep digital flexors and the suspensory ligament…biaxial sesamoid fractures…moderate degenerative joint disease of the carpus in both forelimbs”

name withheld: “right hind medial condylar fracture; right front lateral condylar fracture” (that’s two broken legs)

name withheld: “horse reared up leaving stall and flipped over hitting head – complete fracture of the occipital bone, with complete separation of the occipital condyles from the rest of the skull…massive amount of blood in the calvarium, the oropharynx, nasopharynx, nasal passages”

My Bright Idea: “flipped in paddock – severe concussion and bled-out; large amount of dried blood on the external nares and on the front limbs…nasal passages contain a large amount of blood and there is marked hemorrhage within the connective tissues of the head…skull is fractured in multiple places, with the largest fracture separating the occipital condyles from the calvarium…myriad fractures of the basilar part of the occipital bone and the sphenoid bone…bone fragments are embedded in the meninges and the calvarium contains clotted blood…severe ulceration of the squamous mucosa of the stomach”

name withheld: “complete fracture of the lateral condyle of the third metacarpal bone…medial sesamoid is fractured, with an apical fracture and a second fragment in the midbody…soft tissue damage is severe”

Ten City: “complete, lateral condylar fracture…soft tissue damage is severe, including rupture of the intersesamoidian ligament”

I Am Iron Max: “lateral condylar fracture…extensive soft tissue damage, including complete rupture of the medial extensor branch of the suspensory ligament and tearing of the suspensory ligament itself”

TG Julio: “all 4, hit rail, lacerated”

Museum Tour: “trauma, sudden death”

Candy Man Can: “fractured neck”

Heather Belle: “large vessel rupture”

Siberian Rush: “collapsed and died exiting the track following the race”

Eb Traffic Rock: “impact to the track caused the horse to severely injure both front shoulders”

Here’s the Moon: “shattered carpus”

De Millie: “euthanasia due to a fractured spine which occurred two months ago [at Laurel]”

Steel N Pack: “cardiovascular collapse”

Elusive Cowgirl: “catastrophic racing injury – open, comminuted fracture both sesamoids, with ruptured suspensory and complete disarticulation of left front fetlock”

Hearts n’ Diamonds: “ligaments ruptured, dislocation of fetlock joint”

Patty Del Rey: “suspected lumbosacral [spine] fracture”

Zoomin Effortlessly: “cardiovascular collapse”

Riot Act: “horse in severe pain [broken shoulder] in trailer – drew blood prior to animal being euthanized”

Bar Bandit: “flipped – head trauma”

Blue Over You: “sudden death – possible heart attack”

Wood Be a Bullet: “compound, open, displaced sesamoids; compound, open, displaced carpal; closed spine; DOA of track vet”

Pfinding Jessie: “possible stroke”

Rey Del Mar: “owner believes horse fell from heart attack”

Roll Smash Roll: “fell dead after race”

Bonita Bully: “went down…dead when D.S. arrived”

Hiclass Local: “collapsed and died”

Wise Option: “skull injury – not euthanized, died in paddock”

Hot Dom: “died after post-lasix injection”

Lucy’s Tacos: “stroke”

Gabis Fortune (probably sic): “run off track and hit pole – broken hock”

James Bordeaux: “exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage”

Phyilming: “right front knee shattered”

Zenon’s Star: “cut LH to coffin bone”

Smiling Seen (probably sic): “got loose, slid on pavement, hit rail and died”

Mo Valiant: “end of race – died in van”

Grace Victoria: “hit rail”

Gallant Version: “hit rail”

Flyin Fish: “horse collapsed [and died] after race”

Chappstick: “tumbled headfirst – died acutely, suspected CV rupture”

Jaretts Royal Dream: “sudden death prior to race”

Happy Humor: “dropped dead after race”

Felicias Prettylucky: “flipped in paddock, cracked skull and died”

Chicks Luv Roses: “shattered both [illegible] – put down on track”

Reality Cat: “flipped in saddling paddock, hit head, massive hemorrhage”

Intoxication: “busted front left leg”

Dynastys First Call: “horse died post-race – collapsed – died quickly”

Perry Point: “severe EIPH [exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage]”

A First Class: “death – immediately post race – on track!”

Eyesa Llano: “suspected severe EIPH”

Design by Who: “apparent heart attack – dropped dead during gallop”

Mac’s Posse: “fell…several attempts to stand unsuccessful; severe traumatic back/pelvic injury – euthanized on track”

Flatterfly: “fell, stood up and ran loose; fx RF leg – euthanized on track”

All Class: “flipped and fractured its back”

Mere Aglise: “horse collapsed and died on track”

Classy Chris: “ran through rail, sustained fx LR leg”

Lakalas: “collapsed and died”

Sporty Big Boy: “collision with another horse; fx RR leg”

Non Stop: “rider attempted to pull up but jumped off, horse ran loose, caught, vanned to barn; fx RF sesamoid with ligament rupture”

Ed’s Dream: “died on track after race – possible heart problem”

Fashion Delight: “shattered pastern – euthanized on track”

Brooklyn Major: “collapsed after wire…and died – suspected CV event”

Fall Colors: “horse fell at second fence and died on track from trauma sustained in fall”

Cougar Hanover: “collapsed and died after race – suspected aortic rupture”

Love You Bad: “collapsed and died in stall after racing”

Hot Cajun Sauce: “ran off track over embankment, sustained spinal injury”

Wanna Rock N Roll: “horse collapsed and died in barn after lasix administration”

Alpha Dance: “pulled up…exited track – collapsed and died”

Momma’s Moonshine: “condylar fxs both front legs”

Wild Target: “collapsed and died after breezing – suspected cardiovascular event”

Report For Duty N: “fell to the ground, chest compressions and meds administered unsuccessfully – suspected ruptured aorta”

Copper Forest: “collapsed and died while galloping out after breezing – suspected cardiovascular event”

Ideal Brandi: “collapsed and died on track, possibly bled internally or heart condition”

Hypnotist: “died on track after race – suspect cardiac event”

Tug River Dylan: “collapsed and died on track after race – possible cardiac event”

Soho Highroller A: “collapsed and died after race – possible cardiac event”

Feels Like Magic N: “shattered pastern”

Indian Nobility: “ruptured ligaments”

Prince Corredor: “collapsed and died after breezing – cardiovascular event”

Git On Bob: “collapsed and died”

Desert Trial: “collapsed and died – suspect cardiovascular”

Its Only Fair: “collapsed and died after breezing – suspect cardiovascular event”

Flaming Fever: “hard collision out of gate, fractured sesamoid”

Sinistra: “pulled up after breezing – collapsed and died”

Senso: “unseated rider and ran loose, ran into rail – possible pelvic fx”

Fashion Shark: “collapsed and died on track (artery rupture)”

Lunar Tales: “collapsed and died after breezing”

Jay Bird: “collapsed and died on the training track – sudden death, pulmonary hemorrhage”

Sunshine Bliss: “suffered injury to LR limb…non-weight bearing; overnight in obvious distress”

Fancy Pancy: “collapsed and died on track after workout”

Icprideicpower: “collapsed and died during morning workout, suffering a catastrophic cardiac event”

Soul House: “collapsed after being unsaddled, vet administered medication; horse died – cardiovascular collapse”

Marked Bills: “collapsed and died while breezing – investigation continues”

Flynn Bug: “collapsed and died after breezing – cardiovascular collapse”

In Haste: “collapsed and died after jogging on training track – cardiovascular collapse”

D Terminata: “horse fell and died on the track”

Blooper: “collapsed and died – investigation continues”

Hickory Louie: “sluggish and unsteady at the half, finished 2nd but died on backside of track after finish”

Itsagoodtendollars: “died from apparent cardiovascular collapse while breezing on training track”

Liberty Cruise: “found down in stall…after [pre-race] Lasix administration”

See the Music: “collapsed at the 3/16 pole and died – to be continued”

Lemon Sundae: “behind in race, eased up, finished race…collapsed and died enroute to test barn”

Dalglish: “crossed finish last; collapsed and died at paddock gate”

Michonne: “broke through gate and ran into rail fracturing leg”

Missy Zelliott: “collapsed and died while training”

Double Gold: “spooked unseating rider, ran loose and fell over rail suffering paralysis both hind legs due to trauma to lumbar spine”

Lavender Road: “collapsed on horse path leaving track; treated for heat exhaustion with no resolution; sent to vet hospital where xrays revealed a fx to the 7th vertebrae – euthanized next day”

Sir William Bruce: “pulled up without incident, collapsed after unsaddling and died”

Regretless: “pulled up, collapsed and died on track”

M B and Tee: “won race, collapsed after finish – died on track”

Major Battle: “fell and died while breezing – case continues”

Ego Friendly: “galloping on training track, collapsed and died”

Saint Kris (probably sic): “collapsed and died while breezing – pulmonary hemorrhage”

Zo Sophisticated: “collapsed and died while galloping”

Quick Money: “fell after clipping heels, horse died on track due to neck trauma”

Half Nelson: “fell over fallen horse [above], fx L shoulder”

Sage Valley: “fell after finish, horse died on track”

Rita’s Resort: “fractured proximal sesamoid bones, ruptured fetlock joint and flexor tendons”

Mary’s Vow: “slab fracture, multiple pieces”

Sky Kerridge: “collapsed and died”

Chick Meter: “collapse – sudden death” (after winning)

Snap To It A: “horse collapsed after the race of a heart attack”

Jailhouse Jessica: “collapsed in paddock post-race – died naturally”

Northern Rail: “heat stroke – [broke] shoulder”

Trueville: “heart failure during practice – died instantly”

Unclear: “collapsed while training on main track and died”

Olivia My Girl: “died on track”

Campeona: “horse expired in stall shortly after leaving test barn”

Exceptionalism: “acute, complete, severely comminuted sesamoid fractures with partial ligamentous tears, joint capsule disruption, and regional hemorrhage”

Have Faith Sister: “acute, complete, mildly comminuted sesamoid fracture with complete intersesamoidean ligament tear, partial suspensory ligament tear, and regional hemorrhage”

Truly Amazing: “cause of death was Exercise Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhage”

Maxwell’s Hammer: “severe tendon rupture”

Notaria: “sesamoid bones fractured into multiple, displaced fragments…suspensory ligament severely frayed, with near complete fiber disruption”

Little Louella: “fractures of the third and radial carpal bones, mild to severe osteoarthritis; stomach: severe, chronic, focally extensive ulcers; spleen: severe congestion”

Surfer Chub: “shattered knee – multiple, acute carpal fractures”

Bracket Buster: “heart attack – dropped after finishing race”

Quietly Prim: “collapsed and died on track following 1/2 mile work”

Landry Jack: “horse collapsed – sudden death”

Hooked On the Lady: “horse collapsed and died just past the finish line”

Widow’s Jewel: “exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage”

Cowabunga: “traumatic head injury”

Vision of Romance: “possible aneurysm”

Huff’n Hughes: “collapsed and died on track”

Trekas: “trauma to femur leaving gate”

Perry Dash Back: “horse collapsed on track post-workout – unknown cause”

Carters Regal Eye: “horse collapsed and died”

Final Time: “sesamoid fractures [both front legs] with open luxation of fetlock”

Carving Hearts: “horse colicked and died during training”

Jump for Pie: “sudden death”

Fudge Bar: “condylar fracture – euthanized due to economic reasons”

Ziddle: “died suddenly on track…vanned for removal…no necropsy performed”

Twelfth Fan: “skull fracture”

Pretty Darn Good: “neurological”

Madam Machen: “contact with manure dumpster”

Do the Nae Nae: “collapsed and died”

Bullet Bobby: “died after involved in spill – internal injuries”

Turkey Creek: “collapsed and died”

Nofinancingneeded: “collapsed and died”

He’s a Delight: “flipped in paddock, cranial fracture – dead on arrival”

Da Big Dawg: “sudden death” (10 years old, 82nd race)

Purses Galore: “sudden death after race”

Mrs Loud Mouth: “MCIII open fracture – shattered”

Nite Thunder: “sudden death during race”

My Mans Out West: “sudden death”

No Problem Paddy: “fell, died on track – neck fracture?”

Full Moon’s Mass: “carps shattered”

I Got a Headache: “sudden death prior to race”

Helton: “pastern shattered”

Acceptance Letter: “broken neck”

Mr. Reattatude: “flipped in paddock, fractured skull – DOA”

Fiddlers Elbow: “sudden death during race”

Country Warning: “sudden death”

Big Dividend: “sudden death”

Blue Book: “sudden death”

Song for Krismike: “sudden death”

The Caller: “head trauma – died”

Chigoe: “sudden death after race”

Hrh Burning Corona: “collapsed and died – aneurysm”

DD Twist N Shout: “horse fell, cannon fracture – outcome fatal”

Taras Ruler: “collapsed, cannon to knee fracture – outcome fatal”