(Reuters) – Two other race horses died from Friday at Santa's Anita Park after 23 other equine deaths have been at the Southern California center since December, there are many reporting media.
A pelvis injury in a race took place on Sunday due to this jelly music and was euthanized on Monday, the Los Angeles Times and other media reported, citing race-race officials.
He follows the death on Friday of the three-year-old gel Commander of his age, who suffered an injury due to a shoulder while training in the center and was the 24th horse he had died since December 26, NBC News and other media reported.
In March, the Los Angeles County District Solicitor's Office launched an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding horse deaths in the park, one of America's best tracks, in Arcadia about 15 miles northeast of Los Angeles.
The district solicitor's office created a task force to investigate veterinary training and practices.
The racing at Santa Anita Park was suspended for about two weeks in March, and safety was tested on the main route, and reopened with new rules on track safety and veterinary practices.
People issued for Animal Ethical Treatment (PETA) a late Monday statement about the two most recent horse deaths, identifying the new safety measures but seeking more action.
“Two dead horses say in three days that more needs to be done to end veterinary training and practices that lead to broken bones,” said the organization, which is pushing for tougher laws governing horse racing. , in the statement.
In an unrelated event, Congrats Gal, who was named for three years and died, fell after he raced at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore on May 17th, a day before the Preakness Stakes, second. stage of Triple Crown.
Existing officers did not report the cause of death.
Reporting by Rich McKay in Atlanta; Edited by Greg Stutchbury
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