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In Memoriam   Horse Racing

Started 1/10/12 by Derby132; 512547 views.
gerchgo

From: gerchgo

Mar-29

RIP Winning Dubai, my condolences to all

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cigarello

From: cigarello

Mar-29

So sorry to hear this: He was beautiful- RIP

Amy (1pony)
Staff

From: Amy (1pony)

Apr-7

We lost another icon in racing. 
 

Amy (1pony)
Staff

From: Amy (1pony)

Apr-9

Prince Phillip has died, he was 99 and a huge supporter of all things equestrian and the Queen. Condolences to the Royal Family

cigarello

From: cigarello

Apr-9

 RIP

 The Queen and Prince Phillip had quite a love story- 73 years married!!!

cigarello

From: cigarello

Apr-9

https://www.drf.com/news/usual-ward-2-year-old-favored-first-race-meet

 Sadly Royal Approval has passed away from a heart attack. She won the Matron last year.

You have to scroll pretty far down to find this information.

Very sad.

gerchgo

From: gerchgo

Apr-10

RIP Royal Approval, my condolences to her connections.:(

Amy (1pony)
Staff

From: Amy (1pony)

Apr-10

They did and he would have turned 100 in June

Amy (1pony)
Staff

From: Amy (1pony)

Apr-10

That is sad news

gerchgo

From: gerchgo

Apr-11

RIP Slim Shady, my condolences to his connections and Old Friends

GEORGETOWN, KY – APRIL 11, 2021 – Two-time graded-stakes winner Slim Shadey has died.
 
The 13-year-old gelding had been a pensioner at Old Friends, the Thoroughbred Retirement farm based in Georgetown, KY, since 2019. 
 
Old Friends attending veterinary, Dr. Bryan Waldridge, released this statement: “Slim Shadey showed signs of colic and was referred for further diagnostics and treatment. Exploratory surgery revealed a twisted large intestine that was corrected. Unfortunately, he fractured a hind leg recovering from anesthesia. Bone fractures during recovery from anesthesia are uncommon, but an inherent risk of equine anesthesia.”
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