Last week on U.S. flat (Thoroughbred/Quarterhorse) tracks, according to Equibase.

Baladera “vanned off” at Lone Star
Lady Lucy Lu “went through the rail, DNF” at Parx
Hit’n Time “vanned off” at Prairie
Aintthatrightuhhuh “vanned off” at Arapahoe
Girls Got Track “vanned off” at Belterra
Accountable “vanned off” at Colonial
Painted Canyon “vanned off” at Canterbury
Kismet Kid “appeared in distress” at Finger Lakes
Saint Michael “lame, vanned off” at Penn
Custom Gulch “vanned off” at Evangeline
Battle Ready “bled” at Laurel
Insane Lifestyle “vanned off” at Arlington
Sir Louisiana Dash “vanned off” at Delta
Bl Lisas Dash “vanned off” at Retama
Peves Jackpot Jack “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Gin and Platonic “collapsed, vanned off” at Monmouth
Nilsby “bled and was vanned off” at Ellis
Snow Pack “went wrong, vanned off” at Golden Gate
Dot Dot Dot “bled and was vanned off” at Prairie
Phantom Fury “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Moonachie “vanned off” at Saratoga

“Vanned Off”: Horse required the “equine ambulance” to get off the track. 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.

Last week on U.S. flat (Thoroughbred/Quarterhorse) tracks, according to Equibase.

Fast Dash Game “vanned off” at Arapahoe
Simran “vanned off” at Canterbury
Cactus Rules “vanned off” at Prairie
Gospel Cherokey “vanned off” at Fair Meadows
S P F Ninetynine “vanned off” at Delaware
Miss Lamborghini “collapsed after the finish and was vanned off” at Delaware
Many Moods “vanned off” at Emerald
Kiki N King “pulled up [in] distress, vanned off” at Finger Lakes
Miss Mercken “fell, vanned off” at Indiana
Lonesome Highway “pulled up in distress, vanned off” at Canterbury
Mighty Bop “pulled up lame” at Charles Town
Fars Glitter “vanned off” at Indiana
Epitomize “fell, DNF” at Laurel
Nuns Island “fell, DNF” at Thistledown
Aiken Apple “collided with [above], DNF” at Thistledown
Tina’s Song “fell, DNF” at Charles Town
Pa Cha Ching “bled, vanned off” at Delta
Snoopy “vanned off” at Fair Meadows
Mr Kool Rancherita “vanned off” at Prairie
Jess Master Angel “vanned off” at Retama
Quantum Computing “vanned off” at Saratoga
Bannon “vanned off” at Delaware
Reigning Kisses “vanned off” at Fair Meadows
Hiclass Ecstasy “vanned off” at Fair Meadows
Hendavid “vanned off” at Pleasanton
Precious Looker “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Daddys Wine “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Orange “vanned off” at Prairie
D E Lover “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Budget Bomber “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Secret Class Act “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Lord of the Nile “vanned off” at Saratoga

“Vanned Off”: Horse required the “equine ambulance” to get off the track. 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.

Last week on U.S. Flat (Thoroughbred/Quarterhorse) Tracks, according to Equibase:

Boy Scout “vanned off” at Mountaineer
Shot Caller “vanned off” at Arapahoe
Dance Proudly “vanned off” at Indiana
Absolute Control “vanned off in distress” at Belterra
Buy Me the Ring “vanned off” at Louisiana
Rico Charges “vanned off” at Penn
Vezmereyes “vanned off” at Canterbury
Singer McGee “found to have bled” at Indiana
Ttt Kas Leavin “hit rail, DNF” at Delta
Back Seat Hero “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Magic Corona “bled, vanned off” at Ruidoso
Cir Royal “hit rail, DNF” at Gillespie
Flyin Samurai “slammed by bucking horse, DNF” at Gillespie
Infinite Kingdom “vanned off” at Louisiana
Scarlets Sparkle “vanned off” at North Dakota
Gonna Get Loud “vanned off” at Prairie
Dodged a Bullet “vanned off” at Monmouth
Forge “vanned off” at Monmouth
Loosewheelslouie “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Spiritofthedesert “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.

Last week on U.S. Flat (Thoroughbred/Quarterhorse) Tracks, according to Equibase:

Jimmy Winne “vanned off” at Prairie
Semifinal “went bad, vanned off in distress” at Belterra
Cecilia’s a Gem “fell, vanned off” at Mountaineer
Champsachamp “went wrong, vanned off” at Belterra
Caruso “went bad, pulled up in distress, vanned off” at Belterra
Jerf “vanned off” at Canterbury
Norma Jean B. “bled” at Keeneland
She’s Into Me “bled, vanned off” at Keeneland
Sally “pulled up in distress, vanned off” at Belterra
Louisiana Dreamin “vanned off” at Delta
Conspicuous Woman “vanned off” at Evangeline
Lassie’s Last Hour “vanned off” at Evangeline
Racing My Father “vanned off lame” at Penn
Get a Valentine “bled” at Penn
Rc Dragoncito Cartel “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Grand Ty “vanned off” at Evangeline
Tiesto “vanned off” at Keeneland
Alltime Favorite “vanned off” at Los Alamitos
Erratic Behavior “vanned off” at Prairie
Mi Moonflash “fell post-race, vanned off” at Ruidoso
Saint Icon “fell over rail after race, vanned off” at Ruidoso
Crater Rim “vanned off” at Belmont
Larch “vanned off” at Prairie

“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.

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

Wild Indy “vanned off” at Lone Star
Bucky Be Lucky “pulled up in distress, vanned off” at Parx
Iwishirish “pulled up lame [after ‘winning’], vanned off” at Parx
Fake Solution “vanned off” at Prairie
She’s Got Moxy “vanned off” at Fair Meadows
Funky Justice “bled, vanned off” at Lone Star
Malibu Run “vanned off” at Tampa Bay
Snapper Bite “in distress, vanned off” at Evangeline
Mr. Shortandsimple “vanned off” at Belmont
London Legacy “vanned off” at Canterbury
Captain Tyree “fell, in distress, vanned off” at Evangeline
Fast Dash Hondo Cat “vanned off” at Delta
Smart Arch “vanned off” at Ellis
Queen Leda “in distress, vanned off” at Evangeline
Golden Chance “pulled up lame, vanned off” at Penn
Whose Baby Is That “went bad, lame” at Penn
Nice Blaze “fell, vanned off” at Pleasanton
Ts Jess Wave Goodbye “vanned off” at Prairie
Need a Corona Too “vanned off” at Prairie
Jess a Candy Legacy “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Jess Cindy “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Favorite Agree “vanned off” at Ruidoso
Sir Louisiana Dash “vanned off” at Delta
Little Guac “bled” at Ellis
Super Hero Wanda “vanned off” at Gulfstream
Haru’s Star “vanned off” at Los Alamitos
Constitutional Pal “vanned off” at Monmouth
October Sky “vanned off” at Prairie
Bar Hopping “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)