Churchill Says Personnel Were Following Regulations on Ambulance Availability

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An equine ambulance was delayed in getting to Fleet Indian after the mare injured her left front suspensory ligament during the Emirates Airline Breeders' Cup Distaff because Churchill Downs personnel were following state regulations regarding ambulances on the track.

John Asher, vice president of communications for Churchill, said a state veterinarian on duty during the Breeders' Cup World

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