A 2-year-old unraced colt by the name of The Lucky Dream was “found dead in [his] stall” Thursday at Finger Lakes. Dead in his stall. At two – or roughly the equivalent of a human child. This being horseracing, especially at one of the cheaper tracks (that is, the bulk of American racing) and especially involving a horse who had yet to register a blip, it is almost certain that the questions of how and why will remain unanswered. But I have a hunch that trainer Michael S. Ferraro – who also lost Michonne a week ago Friday – may have some insights. By the way, that’s 14 dead at Finger Lakes thus far this year.