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swale1984
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Flanders wrote:
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Tue Jul 09, 2019 9:08 pm
Anyone have any news on Nicodemus? Was pulled up after the Nerud on Saturday . Haven't been able to find any news since the news that he was pulled up.
I read it was do to how he was reacting to the heat, not that he had been injured.
To me it was ambiguous since it was "the jockey said he didn't feel right". Could've been heat or injury.
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Mon Jul 15, 2019 12:42 am

Any news on Jerseymooseisloose? Pulled up in the last race at Monmouth today. Chart just says "pulled up; vanned off".
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swale1984 wrote:
Mon Jul 15, 2019 12:42 am
Any news on Jerseymooseisloose? Pulled up in the last race at Monmouth today. Chart just says "pulled up; vanned off".
ETA, it appears she was euthanized.
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Sat Aug 03, 2019 10:22 pm

GSW Divine Miss Grey was pulled up and vanned off in the De La Rose Stakes...
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GSW Divine Miss Grey was pulled up and vanned off in the De La Rose Stakes...
David Grening @DRFGrening
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Update on Divine Miss Grey, pulled up in the De La Rose. She has a fractured sesamoid in her left foreleg. The ligaments remain intact. She may or may not have surgery Monday, per trainer @GarganRacing
. She is expected to survive to become a broodmare.
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Sun Aug 04, 2019 4:13 pm

Sundae On Sunday was pulled up on the backstretch during the 6th race at Saratoga, a $25,000 claiming. No news as yet from the TV crew. :(
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Sundae On Sunday was pulled up on the backstretch during the 6th race at Saratoga, a $25,000 claiming. No news as yet from the TV crew. :(
"collapsed approaching the backstretch, failed to fully revive after numerous attempts and was subsequently euthanized" - Equibase chart.

This was a 10yo ridgling that I was following in the War Horse thread, after he won a race at Finger Lakes back in June.

Sundae On Sunday (Chief Seattle - Sundae Bride, by Runaway Groom). 61 - 12-15-13, $324,190. Stakes Winner. Except for one career race at Presque Isle Downs, he ran exclusively at Finger Lakes - until today. Yet another Saratoga kill - 10th of the year. RIP.

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"Collapsed" and "failed to fully revive" sounds like either some sort of cardiac event or extreme reaction to the very warm day. I saw a lot of horses being vigorously hosed down as soon as their saddles came off, so I wonder if heat and/or humidity were factors. :(
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He's Not Grey

28 Jul 2019, 9th EMD: bumped at the start but didn't seem affected by it until about the second or third furlong where he threw his head up while at full extension and kind of rocked for another stride before his jockey got him under control and pulled him up. Didn't go down, but did get vanned off, and the jockey kept riding so he was fine. I haven't seen anything in the Steward's Notes, Equibase, or Pedigree Online (tho someone did update the injury there like I was going to) regarding whether he was euthanized or not. He is on Horse Racing Wrongs' list but that doesn't necessarily mean euthanized.

He's one of my favorites, ever since he won the Emerald Express Stakes in his very first outing like a seasoned pro. In that race anyway - second race he turned twit and ended up upside down under the gate. Little bit of a character, yeah, and was on a winning streak, too. :cry:
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Mon Aug 05, 2019 5:11 am

BaroqueAgain1 wrote:
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"Collapsed" and "failed to fully revive" sounds like either some sort of cardiac event or extreme reaction to the very warm day. I saw a lot of horses being vigorously hosed down as soon as their saddles came off, so I wonder if heat and/or humidity were factors. :(
I saw a tweet quoting the vet that said it was a catastrophic breakdown behind. Shades of Barbaro. If true, the Equibase chart caller was only guessing based on what he saw through his binoculars.

Sundae on Sunday was 10 years old and hadn't ventured away from Finger Lakes except for one long-ago race at Presque Isle. He'd won two straight at FL, a $10K claimer and an allowance/optional claiming race. Why in the world would his owners and/or trainer (Michael Ferraro, who had him from his very first race in 2011) choose to bring him to Saratoga and go up against a speedy bunch of NYRA-based NY-bred allowance horses at this point in his career?
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Mon Aug 05, 2019 9:11 am

WaquoitNBroadBrush wrote:
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BaroqueAgain1 wrote:
Sun Aug 04, 2019 6:15 pm
"Collapsed" and "failed to fully revive" sounds like either some sort of cardiac event or extreme reaction to the very warm day. I saw a lot of horses being vigorously hosed down as soon as their saddles came off, so I wonder if heat and/or humidity were factors. :(
I saw a tweet quoting the vet that said it was a catastrophic breakdown behind. Shades of Barbaro. If true, the Equibase chart caller was only guessing based on what he saw through his binoculars.

Sundae on Sunday was 10 years old and hadn't ventured away from Finger Lakes except for one long-ago race at Presque Isle. He'd won two straight at FL, a $10K claimer and an allowance/optional claiming race. Why in the world would his owners and/or trainer (Michael Ferraro, who had him from his very first race in 2011) choose to bring him to Saratoga and go up against a speedy bunch of NYRA-based NY-bred allowance horses at this point in his career?
either g r e e d or e g o.
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Mon Aug 05, 2019 5:24 pm

WaquoitNBroadBrush wrote:
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I saw a tweet quoting the vet that said it was a catastrophic breakdown behind. Shades of Barbaro. If true, the Equibase chart caller was only guessing based on what he saw through his binoculars.

Sundae on Sunday was 10 years old and hadn't ventured away from Finger Lakes except for one long-ago race at Presque Isle. He'd won two straight at FL, a $10K claimer and an allowance/optional claiming race. Why in the world would his owners and/or trainer (Michael Ferraro, who had him from his very first race in 2011) choose to bring him to Saratoga and go up against a speedy bunch of NYRA-based NY-bred allowance horses at this point in his career?
Probably the trainer has one or more horses he thinks should be there and brought everyone else along with permission of their owners because he plans to stay the whole meet. Sundae on Sunday was doing well and his owners probably wanted a shot at going to the Spa along with the higher purses he could have gotten even if he was entered for less than he'd been running at. Didn't turn out well for him, but that was the risk they chose to take.

Personally I'd visit for the historical aspects, but not run horses there because they have a reputation for breakdowns, especially in recent years.
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Pirateena wrote:
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He's Not Grey

28 Jul 2019, 9th EMD: bumped at the start but didn't seem affected by it until about the second or third furlong where he threw his head up while at full extension and kind of rocked for another stride before his jockey got him under control and pulled him up. Didn't go down, but did get vanned off, and the jockey kept riding so he was fine. I haven't seen anything in the Steward's Notes, Equibase, or Pedigree Online (tho someone did update the injury there like I was going to) regarding whether he was euthanized or not. He is on Horse Racing Wrongs' list but that doesn't necessarily mean euthanized.

He's one of my favorites, ever since he won the Emerald Express Stakes in his very first outing like a seasoned pro. In that race anyway - second race he turned twit and ended up upside down under the gate. Little bit of a character, yeah, and was on a winning streak, too. :cry:
Just got word from a guy I sort of know in a position to find out at the track that he was indeed euthanized. :cry:
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Mon Sep 09, 2019 9:10 pm

Fast and Accurate hasn't had a race or workout since July.

Not a lot of time has passed but I'm curious if he's shown up on any vet lists.
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Mon Sep 09, 2019 9:41 pm

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Fast and Accurate hasn't had a race or workout since July.

Not a lot of time has passed but I'm curious if he's shown up on any vet lists.
On SkKychai Racing's facebook page, there is an August 9 photo of him "Fast and Accirate [sic] out for a gallop".

https://www.facebook.com/skychairacing/

But, there's no record of any August workout.
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Catalina wrote:
Mon Sep 09, 2019 9:41 pm
Mylute wrote:
Mon Sep 09, 2019 9:10 pm
Fast and Accurate hasn't had a race or workout since July.

Not a lot of time has passed but I'm curious if he's shown up on any vet lists.
On SkKychai Racing's facebook page, there is an August 9 photo of him "Fast and Accirate [sic] out for a gallop".

https://www.facebook.com/skychairacing/

But, there's no record of any August workout.
If he hasn't raced or worked out since July, they would have to build him back up to where he is doing timed workouts.
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Fri Sep 13, 2019 3:17 pm

Kidtapit, the final foal of Tap Your Heels by Super Saver. Hasn't recorded a workout and was RNA for $140K at KeeSep in 2016.
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Mylute wrote:
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Kidtapit, the final foal of Tap Your Heels by Super Saver. Hasn't recorded a workout and was RNA for $140K at KeeSep in 2016.
He was with trainer Steven Dwoskin and was working at least in November/December 2018 at Gulfstream. But couldn't find anything beside that. I included a link to his few workouts:

https://www.xbtv.com/?s=kidtapit
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Sat Oct 05, 2019 7:33 am

Fast Dreamer a 2 year old was vanned off in the fifth race at Keeneland yesterday...any updates?
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Fast Dreamer a 2 year old was vanned off in the fifth race at Keeneland yesterday...any updates?
Fast Dreamer was euthanized.
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