DEL MAR, Calif. — A 3-year-old racehorse was euthanized after a training injury in Del Mar, the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club confirmed Monday.
The 3-year-old filly, Bri Bri, suffered a serious pelvis injury, officials said. They did not immediately clarify when the injury occurred.
“Del Mar has implemented a series of safety and welfare reforms over the last several racing seasons, including the creation of an independent five-member panel to review all entries,” the club said in a statement.
Which means what exactly, we ask.
She was the 4th horse killed in during Del Mar’s summer season.
On July 29, a three-year old filly broke down during training after a leg injury. Two horses were killed July 18 in a freak accident when a two-year old threw his rider and collided head-on with a three-year old, also during a morning workout.
Thanks to the tireless campaign of the all volunteer Anti-Caleche Defense Coalition and a sympathetic and courageous Mayor, the abusive carriage horse industry in Montreal, Canada, will shut down as of December 31, 2019.
The City of Montreal began offering to buy the horses May 1, 2019 at $1000 per horse, which is more than the owners would get at an auction. The City, in conjunction with local organizations, will have the horses adopted.
Bravo to the City of Montreal and their Mayor. Congratulations to the Anti-Caleche Defense Coalition on your inspiring victory.
My Darling Vegan is where the fantastic Maple Bacon Donuts comes from that are my husband’s very, very favourite. He can eat six or seven in one day.
Lucky for him, my daughter bakes them for him whenever he wants. But he’s been on a diet lately, kinda sorta. If he were vegan (I generously nag him) he wouldn’t need to lose weight and he knows it. Ha ha ha. Good try, right?
Look out below. Yesssssssssss!
These are lightly baked and finished with a sweet maple glaze and crispy coconut bacon for a delicious morning pastry.
Oh, by the way, that reminds me. I am working on a post for y’all. It’s about our mixed marriage and how we work it out. I am vegan. My daughter is vegan. My husband is not vegan. He’s not even vegetarian. None of his buddies are vegan or vegetarian. Neither are my daughter’s. But it works, and I am going to tell you why. You may be surprised! But that’s for later.
Donut crafting? For real? Oh yes. Check it out. There’s decorating ideas, donut games and all sorts of other donut fun for National Donut Day. Kids love it.