Appears it broke down not finishing the race, but I'm not sure. I'm referring to Smokin Jordan.
He never raced again either way.
This horse was scratched by his trainer on Feb 12th, 2010. In your link, I saw where it said "also ran", but he did not. That's a mistake. The horse was still alive at Louisiana Downs on May 1, 2010 and finished 8th in a ten-horse field. After that I can find no more races.
But he definitely did not run and did not break down in the race you linked. I watched the replay.
Oh, thank you. We wondered what happened to him. The first time my sister bet an exacta, he won the race and Monoridge placed, she won the bet, so we always talked about him. Last time we saw him race at Mountaineer, he won, but was disqualified.Quote: bobbartop
For some reason this horse was entered in a quarter horse race in 2007, and won at 870 yards. Following that he broke his maiden as a thoroughbred, and was claimed. After his last race in May of 2010, he was sold back to the original owner who bought him as a 2-year old. Not claimed, must have been a private sale. I don't have a date. Maybe he made a pet out of him.
get second you pig
Monique's Candy probably is gone. Race was over, not paying attention, then see her limping across the finish line, the other day, at Tampa, iirc, The results said vanned off. Her past races indicate she had had some long layoffs between races. Hoping that's the reason, something Chronic she struggles with, but not life threatening. Have her in my stable, hoping she'll show up as an entry before you know it. Why if she was a goner, did the jockey force her over the finish line? Not sure he did or she did without his control, but it makes it worse thinking she suffered just for an extra $200 finishing the race.