WHERE SHOULD WE PUT THE BLAME FOR CALIFORNIA’S INCREASED FATALITIES?

by | 11.17.2010 | 12:47am

In an article from The San Diego Union-Tribune, recently released data shows that the last two years of racing have produced the most fatalities of any two-year period in California racing history.

However, equine medical director Rick Arthur contends this is due to the increased number of starts at Golden Gate after the closing of Bay Meadows and contends the reduction in deaths per 1,000 races is proof things are better than they were before.

Read it at The San Diego Union-Tribune

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Bradford Cummings

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