Suomenkieliset nettkasinot listaus Mobiilicasinot ja Casinobonukset

Sometimes incidents happen on the track that snap us out of our gambling/racing mode and back to the reality that this is a dangerous sport for both humans and horses. Such an incident occurred after today’s 6th race when first-time starter SWEET N SALTY went down about 100 yards past the finish line. After dueling through blazing early fractions, ‘SALTY appeared to go down from exhaustion. Her rider, Martin Garcia, hit the ground hard and was taken from the track by ambulance. Another horse, QUITE A STORMKAT, crashed into the fallen horse, unseating rider Jose Valdivia. The latter pair were okay. We still don’t have word on Garcia. But SWEET N SALTY was prone on the track for what seemed like an eternity (46 mintues to be exact). Her trainer (Brian Koriner), veterinarians, trackman Steve Wood, even Jack Van Berg tried everything in their power to comfort the filly and eventually get her to her feet. But when the “curtain” came out (used to shield the fans from the unpleasantness of seeing a horse being euthanized) things looked very ominous. However, the filly kept fighting, trying on a few occasions to get to her feet. Finally, after the vets had injected her with fluids, ‘SALTY got up and walked back to the barn under her own power while getting a round of applause from the fans. A good ending to a potentially disastrous situation.

Nearly $1 million was bet in the Pick Six today chasing the $178,000 carryover. Hit four of six again on today’s suggested $144 Pick Six ticket, missing both “singles” (POSITIVELYCHARMING in 6th and CANTABRIA in 8th). Those are the two that you feel most confident about. Both were lousy.

Even though CANTABRIA ran poorly (obviously didn’t handle the main track like she did the Cushion Track across town) Frankel still got the stakes win, his fifth of the meet, when SUGAR SHAKE went wire-to-wire in the El Encino.

Today’s races were won by nine different trainers and jockeys, which shows the depth of SoCal racing lately.

Julio Canani’s horses are running huge right now, as are Frank Monteleone’s. Both won a race today and Canani also finished second with KRIS’ SIS in the El Encino.

Special holiday racing card tomorrow for Martin Luther King Jr. Day…first post at 12:30.

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