Santa Anita had its 3rd horse demise in 9 days when a gelding pulled up all the way through a race and used to be euthanized.
Twenty-six horses have died in racing or coaching on the Southern California monitor since Dec. 26.
The Los Angeles Occasions reported that Kochees sustained an harm to its left entrance leg in a five 1/2-furlong race Saturday.
Kochees used to be taken off the route with a splint. The newspaper says all the way through surgical treatment Sunday it used to be made up our minds that the Nine-year-old horse had misplaced blood waft to the leg and the verdict used to be made to euthanize.
Santa Anita is scheduled to host the Breeders’ Cup Nov. 1-2. It is thought to be the most important two-day match in U.S. horse racing.