Racing Catastrophic Injuries Could Lead to Vet Policy Reform

An incident involving a filly who sustained a catastrophic injury during training and was not euthanized for nearly an hour because a veterinarian could not be found on the grounds could spark policy reform among racing commissions and racetracks.

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