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Horseracing Wrongs

Last week on U.S. flat tracks (racing only).

“Vanned Off”: horse unable to walk off the track; while not all end up dead, most do, as borne out by my FOIA reports. “Bled”: indicates pulmonary hemorrhage.

Crider Cash “vanned off” at Louisiana
Fox in the Fog “returned bleeding from a cut mouth” at Parx
Dark Arden “vanned off” at Belterra
Sho Mo the Money “vanned off” at Louisiana
Dreaming of Blue “vanned off” at Canterbury
Drop the Gloves “fell, vanned off” at Canterbury
Claudette Nonstop “vanned off” at Kentucky
Lookin At Blessing “vanned off” at Penn
Urbana “vanned off” at Churchill
Harlan’s Style “pulled up in distress, vanned off” at Gulfstream
New Delhi “suffered a catastrophic injury [and] fell heavily” at Gulfstream
Kahramani “vanned off” at Gulfstream
Baysider “vanned off” at Presque Isle
Steel City Brieze “fell suffering a catastrophic injury…euthanized” at Thistledown
Oc Mademoiselle “fell, vanned…

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