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

Reported as died, euthanized, or “broke down” – racing-speak for dead
Shayenut’ntonobody, Delaware
Forestry’s Majesty, Delaware
Doc’s Son, Evangeline
Sea John’s Spirit, Santa Anita
Hugh Knew, Santa Anita

Reported as “vanned off” – left via ambulance, a better-than-even chance of dead
Astonish, Mountaineer
Mr. Espresso, Parx
Zenon’s Star, Ruidoso
Far Away Moon, Indiana
Over the Cliff, Delaware
Pinball, Belmont
First Streakin Vike, Canterbury
Tiz Ready, Prairie
Propulsion, Prairie
Carrick Bay, Santa Anita
Tiz Snazzy, Santa Anita
Lamar Special, Albuquerque
Another Blue, Canterbury
Mariano Intheninth, Churchill (later confirmed dead)
Gemini Gold, Evangeline
Penny’s Maeham, Eastern Oregon
Jamisonsjester, Prairie
Kicking Bear, Ruidoso
Covert Ops, Albuquerque
Tiz the Moment, Belmont
Estimated Prophet, Charles Town
Madre Ditutticapi, Delaware
Dream of Pegasus, Delaware
Jetblack Gold Streak, Delta
Culiquitaca, Gulfstream
Lds Bridger B, Ruidoso
Weeping Aly, Ruidoso
Get Goin Matty, Emerald
Cheops, Mountaineer
Our Hope, Prairie
Might Be a Eagle, Ruidoso

Rebel’s Mistress, Charles Town, “bled”
Mr. Lit, Charles Town, “bled”
Naturally Charming, Canterbury, “hit the rail, stopped badly”
Jess Caroline, Delta, “bled”
Cosinos Gray Girl, Delta, “bled”
Indy Turn, Indiana, “returned bleeding from the nostrils”
Grand Sendero Dash, Eastern Oregon, “reluctant to load, went wrong”
Cool Samurai, Belmont, “bad stumble,” DNF
Fifth Amendment, Monmouth, “eased, then fell”

(source: Equibase)

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