Last week on U.S. Flat (Thoroughbred/Quarterhorse) Tracks:

Elektracutioner “vanned off” at Prairie
Handsome Coyote “pulled up in distress, vanned off” at Tampa Bay
Cheri’s Win “vanned off” at Delaware
Canrunalittle “fell, vanned off” at Evangeline
Painted Clown “stopped suddenly…bleeding, vanned off” at Penn
Huntington Drive “pulled up lame, vanned off” at Penn
Dream Search “took a bad step, vanned off” at Penn
Holy Muchacho “vanned off” at Churchill
Wisecrack “bled, vanned off” at Belmont
Lord Cadbury “bled, vanned off” at Belmont
No Salt “struck rail, vanned off” at Belmont
Rkm Gamers Bug “bled, vanned off” at Delta
Stroll Action “vanned off” at Penn
Legendari “bled, vanned off” at Prairie
Bean and the Bug “vanned off” at Ruidoso
She’sinthebusiness “vanned off” at Delaware
Dapper Dan “appeared injured, vanned off” at Great Meadow
Mojave “vanned off” at Great Meadow
Case Crossing “vanned off” at Laurel
Ready to Rocket “vanned off” at Thistledown
Bar Cat “fell, DNF” at Thistledown
Brother Beauchamp “vanned off” at Ruidoso

“Vanned Off”: exactly how it sounds – the horse was unable to walk off the track on his own and required the “equine ambulance.” While not all of these horses end up dead, most do, as borne out by my year-end FOIA reports.

“Bled/Returned Bleeding From Nostrils”: typically indicates pulmonary hemorrhage.

(source: Equibase)

Last week on U.S. Flat (Thoroughbred/Quarterhorse) Tracks:

King Creed “returned bleeding from the nostrils” at Thistledown
Lichita “fell, DNF” at Indiana
For D’s Knight “went wrong, fell, vanned off” at Lone Star
G C Cam “vanned off” at Belmont
Tf Dashin Runaway “vanned off” at Delta
Champagne Moment “in distress, vanned off” at Evangeline
Conquest Big E “fell, DNF” at Prairie
Mucho Macho Dan “fell, vanned off” at Prairie
Rare Stripe “fell heavily, vanned off” at Belmont
Congratulated “vanned off” at Churchill
Nerissa “vanned off” at Gulfstream
The Magical One “pulled up lame, vanned off” at Laurel
Daddy Lane “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Henny’s Treasure “vanned off” at Gulfstream

“Vanned Off”: exactly how it sounds – the horse was unable to walk off the track on his own and required the “equine ambulance.” While not all of these horses end up dead, most do, as borne out by my year-end FOIA reports.

“Bled/Returned Bleeding From Nostrils”: typically indicates pulmonary hemorrhage.

(source: Equibase)

Last week on U.S. Flat (Thoroughbred/Quarterhorse) Tracks:

Luneaction “took a bad step, vanned off” at Fair Meadows
Betabearly “vanned off” at Lone Star
Madeye “badly [hit] rail, went over the rail, DNF” at Thistledown
Doorag Jimmy “fell after the wire, vanned off” at Louisiana
Whistling Birds “vanned off” at Belmont
Sacred Oath “vanned off” at Churchill
Mamanuca “vanned off” at Golden Gate
First Prize Freight “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Come On E. V. “vanned off” at Belmont
Alarming Light “vanned off” at Louisiana
Princess Latina “vanned off” at Louisiana
Ice Thunder “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Im Macys Princess “fell, vanned off” at Ruidoso
Royal Drumlee “pulled up lame, vanned off” at Glenwood
Traveling “vanned off” at Belmont
Magic Star “fell, vanned off” at Churchill
Put It On Detti “went wrong, vanned off” at Gulfstream
Powerful Favorite “bled” at Los Alamitos
Transcend “bled” at Los Alamitos
Voluptuous “vanned off” at Mountaineer

“Vanned Off”: exactly how it sounds – the horse was unable to walk off the track on his own and required the “equine ambulance.” While not all of these horses end up dead, most do, as borne out by my year-end FOIA reports.

“Bled/Returned Bleeding From Nostrils”: typically indicates pulmonary hemorrhage.

(source: Equibase)

Last week on U.S. Flat (Thoroughbred/Quarterhorse) Tracks:

Stellar Bess “fell due to injury, vanned off” at Fonner
Jla Quick Draw McCoy “vanned” at Remington
Be My Shadow “suffered injury, vanned off” at Fonner
Handsome Deputy “pulled up injured, vanned off” at Fonner
Ernest T Bass “hit rail, DNF” at Remington
Cartel Cambria “bled, vanned off” at Ruidoso
Red Headed Chick “vanned” at Ruidoso
Saleena “bled, vanned” at Ruidoso
Lady Love “vanned off” at Tampa Bay
Alittlevodka “went wrong, vanned off” at Churchill
Magna Rose “bled in the stretch” at Golden Gate
Mr Impressive “vanned off” at Gulfstream
Cherry Way “went wrong, vanned off” at Ruidoso
Cuidando “vanned off” at Ruidoso
To Satisfy You “vanned off” at Ruidoso

“Vanned Off”: exactly how it sounds – the horse was unable to walk off the track on his own and required the “equine ambulance.” While not all of these horses end up dead, most do, as borne out by my year-end FOIA reports.

“Bled/Returned Bleeding From Nostrils”: typically indicates pulmonary hemorrhage.

(source: Equibase)

Last week on U.S. Flat (Thoroughbred/Quarterhorse) Tracks:

Quiet Spring “took bad steps, vanned off” at Will Rogers
My Legacy “vanned off the track” at Will Rogers
Lonemire “vanned off” at Remington
Bv Silver Wings “bled” at Remington
Cashmeifucan “vanned off” at Charles Town
Pump Room “went wrong, vanned off” at Gulfstream
One Sweet Candy “bled” at Remington
Aggressive Driver “bled, vanned off” at Ruidoso

“Vanned Off”: exactly how it sounds – the horse was unable to walk off the track on his own and required the “equine ambulance.” While not all of these horses end up dead, most do, as borne out by my year-end FOIA reports.

“Bled/Returned Bleeding From Nostrils”: typically indicates pulmonary hemorrhage.

(source: Equibase)