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

Reported as died, euthanized, or “broke down” – racing-speak for dead
Pitch N Roll, Presque Isle
Tiedandtrue, Charles Town
Johnie On the Dash, Fair Meadows
Hughes Next, Finger Lakes
Jedi Mind Trick, Santa Anita
Jess One Kiss, Arapahoe
Helwan, Belmont
Kt Turtle Moves, Les Bois
Sixteen Stone, Penn
Pay the Debt, Santa Anita

Reported as “vanned off” – left via ambulance, a better-than-even chance of dead
Try a Lemon Drop, Fairmount
More Honey, Fairmount
Bluegrass Star, Mountaineer
Silverlioning, Albuquerque
Slew Up His Sleeve, Albuquerque
Valid CC, Evangeline
Seattle Sass, Indiana
Ole Pete, Louisiana
Dakota Mac, Canterbury
Lewkodonia, Golden Gate
Tannique, Golden Gate
Fleetwood Maxx, Albuquerque
Ra Ra Rass, Fair Meadows
Nasty Nando, Golden Gate
Deloro, Indiana
Our Quista, Louisiana
Foggazzo, Retama
City Cartel, Albuquerque
Shook Up, Belmont
Royal Witch, Churchill
Canny Nanny, Churchill
Jump On Down, Delta
Masterkey, Finger Lakes
Good Rider, Gulfstream
Beach Birde, Indiana
Witt’s Lizard, Lone Star
Cammazes, Los Alamitos
Who Would Know, Albuquerque
Raised With Pride, Albuquerque
Danny’s Don, Albuquerque
Stormy Deacon, Churchill
Swiss Exploit, Emerald
Bye Bye Creek, Lone Star
Weekend Hideaway, Monmouth
Deputy Heat, Santa Anita

Other
Black Canyon, Albuquerque, “bled”
Tailored Lady, Charles Town, “returned bleeding”
Margerie, Evangeline, “stopped badly,” DNF
Backstage Pass, Finger Lakes, “fell,” DNF
Open the Bank, Charles Town, “bled”
Jack Diz, Golden Gate, “stumbled badly, then fell into the rail,” DNF
Roman Cross, Finger Lakes, “appeared in distress,” DNF
Oration, Parx, “returned bleeding from the nostrils”
Giroux, Parx, “returned sore”

(source: Equibase)

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