The following horses were raceday casualties on American tracks last week:

Reported as died, euthanized, or “broke down” – racing-speak for dead
Dipping Diamonds, Delaware
Aces Are Wild, Parx
Light Weight, Parx
Betty Mc, Louisiana
Fire Chief, Thistledown
Leader of the Pack, Belterra

Reported as “vanned off” – left via ambulance, a better-than-even chance of dead
Driscoll, Thistledown
Pepe’s Valentine, Mountaineer
Pistoria, Penn
Flicker Doodle, Albuquerque
Dariel, Belmont
Call for the Clock, Belmont
Spasella, Charles Town
Souper Funny, Charles Town
Mystical Vision, Louisiana
Federal Judge, Oak Tree
Bluegrass Dan, Arlington
Aveory’s TNT’s, Belterra
My Sweet Tooth, Charles Town
Brewingintheblue, Emerald
Elopement, Evangeline
Candy’s Joy, Indiana
Winnie Vee, Les Bois
Double Jock Mount, Penn
Designated Hitter, Ruidoso
Ace Away, Arapahoe
Animal Kracker, Belmont (later confirmed dead)
Sexy Boy, Gulfstream
Hard Limits, Indiana
Hez Stellar, Los Alamitos
Big Sugar, Prairie
Rollickin Red, Ruidoso
Im Royal Quick, Ruidoso
Molten Image, Santa Anita
Unsaddled Glory, Canterbury
Scoozi, Canterbury
Grand Move, Emerald
Fortunate Jess, Fair Meadows
Sollovino, Jerome County Fair
Sir Perservere, Oak Tree
Don’t Bluff, Prairie

Dad’s Glad, Delaware, “hit gate,” DNF
Bully Song, Parx, “fell,” DNF
Its Trouble, Indiana, “bled”
Dash N Cajun, Delta, “bled”
Bertha Belle, Mountaineer, “bled”
Miserable Blue, Canterbury, “stopped badly”
R.J. Says, Charles Town, “fell,” DNF
Hot Sand, Monmouth, “fell over the final fence”
Sconset Express, Monmouth, “bled”

(source: Equibase)

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