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2-Year-Old Killed at Golden Gate

Its Happy Hour, an “injured, vanned off” at Golden Gate Saturday, is dead – “musculoskeletal,” says the CHRB (I will eventually get the ugly details of course). He was but two years old, and this was just his second race.

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Oh, What’s a Bereaved Trainer To Do

“He was a horse who never had an issue and just loved his job. It’s crushing. Gut-wrenching for all of us.” The he was 9-year-old Cross Border, who, says the DRF, “succumbed to an apparent cardiac arrest” at Gulfstream Thursday. The wrenched gut belongs to trainer Mike Maker, who, it appears, is utterly oblivious to…

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The Week That Was

Chart notes from U.S. Thoroughbred and Quarterhorse races last week. Shelby Shortstop “bled from the nostrils” at ParxHoliday Forever “fell, vanned off” at DeltaPalatial Times “fell, vanned off” at DeltaThree Mile Limit “vanned off” at MountaineerForgotten Peace “vanned off in distress” at TurfwayAwesome for Sure “bled” at AqueductSpun Pretty “pulled up having bled” at MahoningLucky…

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The Deception of the CHRB on One More Bid’s Death

The CHRB has revealed that One More Bid, who died training at Santa Anita Thursday, was the victim of “sudden death.” That’s “sudden death” – at the tender age of four. Two addendums on this kill. First, and as is usual with the deaths of high-profile horses, there was this bit of obscenity from OMB’s…

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