“Was Badly Injured,” Dead at Monmouth

Horseracing Wrongs

The end for a horse named Metallic came in the 4th race at Monmouth yesterday afternoon: “METALLIC vied outside for the lead, was badly injured entering the far turn and fell, euthanized after.” The Equibase writer also reports (in a decidedly loathsome manner) that another horse, The Best Candy, “fell over [his] fallen rival and was vanned off.” His “fallen rival,” of course, was the mortally injured Metallic.

This is horseracing.

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