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

Reported as died, euthanized, or “broke down” – racing-speak for dead
She Sings Along, Santa Anita
Oh So Proud, Charles Town
Willful, Parx
Matted in Gold, Canterbury
Face the Race, Monmouth

Reported as “vanned off” – left via ambulance, a better-than-even chance of dead
Barbada, Delaware (“pulled up in apparent distress”)
Gold Potion, Delaware (“pulled up in distress”)
One Vote, Mountaineer
Girls and Guns, Delaware (“bled”)
Trinni Heart, Parx
Big Man in Town, Oak Tree
Nickels Wild, Santa Anita (“bleeding from the nostrils”)
Ojos De Hielo, Arlington
Quieta Tiz, Evangeline
Majestic Holiday, Indiana
Directed Verdict, Penn (“lame”)
King’s Fortune, Arlington
Rockin the Fence, Canterbury
Benny’s Glory, Canterbury (“pulled up in distress” after winning)
Incisive, Canterbury (“stumbled badly and fell”)
Sir Riley, Emerald
Suyeta, Louisiana
Kriscraft, Oak Tree
Jessica’s Star, Prairie
Mr Hempens Feature, Canterbury (“bled”)
Clever Expansion, Canterbury
Meleager, Gulfstream
Havana Juile, Monmouth
Lunar Storm, Ruidoso

Martin Ray, Ruidoso, “bled”
On a Snowy Evening, Belmont, “stumbled badly falling to her face,” DNF
Attitude Miss, Indiana, “bled”
Shady Rules, Presque Isle, “walked off having visibly bled”
Barracuda Wayne, Penn, “stumbled badly,” DNF
Abounding Grace, Thistledown, “returned lame”
Sporting Holiday, Canterbury, “hit a fallen rival,” DNF
Maximus Royal Rose, Chippewa, “went through inside rail”

(source: Equibase)