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A STATEMENT FROM THE STRONACH GROUP

first_imgSTATEMENT FROM THE STRONACH GROUPOctober 19, 2019Satchel Paige, a three-year-old gelding, was humanely euthanized after the fifth race on Saturday, October 19th at Santa Anita Park.  After being pulled up at the 3/8th pole, Satchel Paige was immediately evaluated by a team of on-track veterinarians, led by Santa Anita Park veterinarian Dr. Dana Stead, and transported in the equine ambulance. Dr. Stead observed that the horse had suffered an open fracture of his left front ankle and made the decision to humanely euthanize the gelding.Jockey Ruben Fuentes was uninjured.“Satchel Paige will undergo a necropsy at the University of California – Davis’ School of Veterinary Medicine on behalf of the California Horse Racing Board, as is mandatory for all on-track accidents.  The accident and the necropsy report will be reviewed to learn what, if anything, could have been done to prevent the accident,” said Dr. Dionne Benson, Chief Veterinarian for The Stronach Group. “Santa Anita will work closely with the California Horse Racing Board to investigate this accident and will continue to brief our stakeholders and all of our constituents, including the public, as more facts come in.”Satchel Paige was racing for his breeder and owner Nick Alexander.  The thoughts of the team at The Stronach Group and Santa Anita go out to everyone who cared for the horse, including trainer Phil D’Amato and his staff.The Stronach Group and Santa Anita safety measures put horse and rider safety above all else.  Santa Anita and The Stronach Group remain committed to leading transformative change in this traditional sport.last_img read more


PLAYERS NEED TO DELIVER FOR THE MANAGER, SAYS MURPHY

first_imgDONEGAL GAA FANS believe the appointment of Jim McGuinness as Donegal chief will bring instant results, but captain Michael Murphy knows there is only so much a manager can do.“Any time a new management team comes in, it stirs people and they’re intrigued as to what’s on offer,” Murphy tells The Irish News.“At this time of year, people are curious to see who has been called into the panel and what changes are happening. Knowing Jim and the management team from the under 21s, they’ll bring that level of professionalism and they’ll have plenty of work done already. “But listen, and I keep saying this, it’s really going to be down to the players and how we buy into this. Just looking at the panel, there’s a nice blend of youth and experience there.“Hopefully when we get back into it, everyone will be chomping at the bit – I think every man is looking forward to it and putting in the hard work that has to be done.”PLAYERS NEED TO DELIVER FOR THE MANAGER, SAYS MURPHY was last modified: December 23rd, 2010 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more