Two-year-old colt fatally injured at notorious Santa Anita monitor


A two-year-old colt racing within the $80,150 Eddie Logan Stakes at Santa Anita was fatally injured Sunday, changing into the Southern California monitor’s first fatality since June.

Skilled by Peter Miller, Ebeko was lagging the sector when he injured his left entrance leg on the prime of the stretch within the one-mile turf race, throwing jockey Joel Rosario to the bottom.

The picturesque Santa Anita racetrack recorded 23 equine fatalities in three months at one stage.

The picturesque Santa Anita racetrack recorded 23 equine fatalities in three months at one stage.Credit score:AP

The colt was triaged on the turf course, however an announcement from Santa Anita stated veterinarians decided it was an unrecoverable harm and Ebeko was euthanised. The horse will endure a compulsory necropsy on the College of California, Davis, Faculty of Veterinary Medication.

Rosario was examined by first help workers and though he skipped the following race, he was accredited to experience the remainder of the day.