Last week’s U.S. horseracing casualties.

“Broke Down” – racing-speak for dead:
Tip It On Back, Nov 19, Laurel 4
Madelynsheabadgirl, Nov 21, Charles Town 3
Infant Gold, Nov 22, Parx 9
Pb El Chiltepin, Nov 23, Turf 1

“Vanned Off” – horses who required an ambulance (in the crudest sense of the word) to leave the course; a better-than-even chance of dead:
Just Do It Please, Nov 17, Parx 7
Sweet Pea Rf, Nov 18, Zia 3
Smoke Daddy, Nov 19, Hawthorne 2
Tsamma Llama, Nov 19, Hawthorne 4
Andariego Rock, Nov 19, Zia 2
One Hot Shark, Nov 20, Golden Gate 7
Muppet Man, Nov 20, Hawthorne 9
Seek Safe Harbor, Nov 21, Del Mar 1
Silver Score, Nov 22, Del Mar 9
La Hija de Olga, Nov 22, Gulfstream W 10
Leavem in the Fog, Nov 22, Remington 2
Devilish Beast, Nov 22, Zia 7
Familiarize, Nov 23, Parx 5
Breaker Breaker, Nov 23, Zia 1
Daddy Ben, Nov 23, Zia 6

Other:
Cosinos Gray Girl, Nov 20, Evangeline 8, bled
La Wild Speed, Nov 20, Finger Lakes 5, “appeared in distress,” DNF
Hard Fast Cash, Nov 21, Aqueduct 1, “fell to his face at the break,” DNF
Goofy Governor, Nov 21, Fair Grounds 7, “stumbled badly,” DNF
Caracol, Nov 21, Finger Lakes 2, “appeared in distress,” DNF
Siena Sunshine, Nov 21, Finger Lakes 8, “appeared in distress,” DNF
Tigress Seven, Nov 22, Charles Town 3, “limped off”
Bp Dashin Policy, Nov 22, Evangeline 7, “pulled up lame”
Thrill of My Life, Nov 23, Golden Gate 4, fell, DNF
Late Start, Nov 23, Parx 6, “collapsed after wire”

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