2-year-old Miss Da Sunrise, trained and owned by Angel Montano Sr and ridden by Robbie Albarado, was killed in the 4th race yesterday at Fair Grounds, the second death there in as many days. This is horseracing.
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6-year-old The Program, trained and owned by Ronny Werner, was killed in yesterday afternoon’s 8th race at Fair Grounds. This, after he “came under a drive [from jockey Brian Hernandez Jr] in [the] upper stretch.” The race was of the $5,000 claiming variety. Just another expendable asset expended.
Also, on Wednesday, 2-year-old Changeinaction, with but one start under his belt, broke a leg “breezing” on Belmont’s training track and was killed where he lay. The equine child was trained by Dominic Galluscio and owned by Bob Petersons Stables. This marks Galluscio’s sixth death on NY tracks since 2009 – three racing, three training.
5-year-old Sound of Drums, reported as vanned off after Saturday’s 7th race at Aqueduct, in fact fractured two sesamoids and is dead. This is trainer Chris Englehart’s 24th (21 racing or training) NY death since 2009. Sound of Drums was owned by My Purple Haze Stables.
Monday afternoon at Louisiana Downs, 3-year-old Aggressive Prize, claimed (bought) before the race for $5,000, was killed on-track. Her trainer and owner of record were Ray Mayo and Shelly Van Ness. Previous trainers include Phillip Calais Jr and Imad Bitar; previous owners, Casey Calais and Phillip Calais Jr. This is horseracing.
The following racehorses were casualties on American tracks last week:
Campo’s Image, Parx, race 3, vanned off
T D Bob, Parx, race 6, “stopped badly”
Jumpin’ Joe Lee, Sam Houston, race 2, “stopped badly”
Magical Stride, Sam Houston, race 6, “in distress after the race with heat exhaustion”
Giant Indian, Laurel, race 7, confirmed dead
Bluehard, Delta, race 2, vanned off
Museum Tour, Delta, race 4, “fell late”
Time for a Memory, Golden Gate, race 6, “went wrong,” vanned off
Broome Street, Gulfstream, race 4, bled, DNF
Captain Isabella, Oaklawn, race 3, “stopped badly”
Majestic Man, Tampa Bay, race 7, vanned off
Valid Wildfire, Calder, race 4, vanned off
Calming Sea, Charles Town, race 2, “came back bleeding from the nose”
Sea Rep Run, Charles Town, race 6, broke down
Jackie Lane, Delta, race 11, vanned off
H T H Thirtyseven, Hawthorne, race 1, vanned off
R C Devil, Sunland, race 11, vanned off
Mean Season, Aqueduct, race 3, vanned off
Sound of Drums, Aqueduct, race 7, vanned off
Beer Is Good, Aqueduct, race 10, vanned off
Mommieslilmonster, Charles Town, race 6, vanned off
Ode to Joy O’Nine, Fair Grounds, race 5, vanned off
Tacara Mucho, Golden Gate, race 2, “pulled up lame,” vanned off
Malahide, Hawthorne, race 6, vanned off
News Bulletin, Hawthorne, race 8, vanned off
Syeshacat, Mountaineer, race 4, broke down
First Time John, Turf, race 2, vanned off
King Moon, Oaklawn, race 4, broke down
Armed Intelligence, Parx, race 6, “in distress,” vanned off
Cherokee Mystery, Parx, race 8, “broke in a tangle,” DNF
Candy Eye, Santa Anita, race 5, vanned off
Decoy, Sunland, race 9, “went wrong,” vanned off
Natural Shelter, Tampa Bay, race 10, vanned off
Goodbye Charlie, Turf, race 7, vanned off
I was able to confirm that 5-year-old Giant Indian, listed as broke down in Wednesday’s 7th race at Laurel Park, was indeed killed. This was his second start under trainer Chris Englehart and owner Ralph Perrone, having recently (December) been purchased for $16,000. This is horseracing.