Articles, Blog 22nd Horse Death Reported At Santa Anita Racetrack; Park Bans Medication For Horses By Dean RodriguezFebruary 29, 2020 7 Comments No related posts. No related posts. Related articles Contact That Rings The Iris Is New Fashion Trend Chronic Pain Sufferer Says She Can’t Get Pain Medication Amid Opioid Production Cuts Self-Proclaimed Herbalist Charged In Death Of Diabetic Teen Post navigation Previous post: S. Korea to allow sales of imported medical cannabis for self-medication from March 12Coronavirus Prevention With Natural Antiviral Medication – Scientific Evidence Since 2011Next post: 7 thoughts on “22nd Horse Death Reported At Santa Anita Racetrack; Park Bans Medication For Horses” Look for someone who is using flouricacid to deplete calcium from bones and tendons. Reply Medication didn't cause this. Reply I have always said let these natural born athletes race naked. No jockey, no drugs, no saddle. Chase a big apple around the track and the fastest horse wins due to his natural ability. If the horse is sick or has a injury, guess what? it stays home that day and doesnt race until is 100%. Horses in the wild live a long happy life without human interference. Just say no to drugs applies to horses as well but they have no voice. Without a voice they have no choice. If you own a horse that finishes in the middle of the pack every time, accept that. Dont shoot him up with drugs to get him into the money. These horses will give it their all without any drugs and is all you can ask of them. Reply Caving to PeTA is a date nail to all animals. PeTA wants all animals banned from our lives and horse lovers should stop being on the defensive here and fight back. Reply PETA kills over 80% of the animals they take in.. Reply Move breeders cup to east tracks Reply This is so sad 😭 I love Santa Anita my dad used to take me there I think is like a virus there is a virus Whit the dears Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.