By John Cherwa / LA Times “I believe today’s horse is more precocious, more brilliant at 2-years-old and 3 than they used to be, but they’re also more fragile…” Santa Anita is inching toward its projected March 29 opening after having closed for live racing on March 5 […]
By Robert Gearty | Fox News The deaths of the horses due to catastrophic injuries suffered in training and during races over the short period of time have alarmed horsemen and racing fans and led to a renewed focus on the racing industry’s long-standing problem with drugs–both legal and […]
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By Eric Sondheimer and Nathan Fenno as published on The LA Times “The move, believed to be without precedent in North American racing, came hours after the 22nd horse died at Santa Anita since Dec. 26…” In response to a baffling surge of horse deaths at Santa Anita […]
“The BLM to Further Finance, with your money, the Managed Extinction of America’s Wild Horses and Burros”
Santa Anita’s Current Killing Season Is No Anomaly – It Averages 50 Dead Racehorses Annually, Almost 600 Dead Since 2007
Source: Re-blogged from Patrick Battuello of Horseracing Wrongs According to official CHRB statistics, in the 11-year period 7/1/07-6/30/18 Santa Anita averaged 50 dead race horses annually In the wake of 23 dead horses since Christmas, Santa Anita cancelled racing yesterday and is closed indefinitely. But let’s identify this […]
Source: KTLA Santa Anita has canceled racing indefinitely to re-examine its dirt surface after the deaths of 21 horses in the last two months Tim Ritvo, chief operating officer of The Stronach Group, which owns Santa Anita, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that racing won’t be held […]