Closed-Door Horse Racing Continues At Santa AnitaSince March 12, Santa Anita Park has continued racing horses without fans on the track.
Report Finds No Evidence That Illegal Drugs Contributed To 23 Horse Deaths At Santa AnitaThe 77-page report from the California Horse Racing Board examined 23 horse deaths which occurred between December 2018 and March 2019.
Sixth Horse Dies At Santa Anita This YearIt marks the 43rd horse racing death at Santa Anita Park since December of 2018.
Another Horse Dies At Santa Anita Park, Second This Race SeasonAfter a year that saw more than three dozen horse deaths, Santa Anita held its first race of the new season Dec. 28.
Santa Anita Park Postpones Opening Day Due to WeatherThe Southern California racetrack announced its decision on Saturday. It will be the first time since 1973-74 that the meet doesn’t open on its traditional date of Dec. 26. Santa Anita last opened on Dec. 28 in 1971.
Calif. Horse Racing Board Proposes New Regulations On Medications, TransparencyIt calls for a ban on corticosteroids and protection for whistleblowers.
Santa Anita Park Under Increased Scrutiny As More Horses Die"You could've heard a pin drop. Nobody wants to see a horse go down. Nobody," says racing enthusiast Scott Casey.
On Second Day Of Fall Racing Meet, Another Horse Euthanized At Santa AnitaCBS2/KCAL9's Greg Mills spoke to protesters who found it hard to believe -- and disturbing -- that another horse had to be put down.
Santa Anita Begins Fall Meet Under Cloud Of ControversyThirty-one horses during racing or training during this racing season, which began in mid-December. A total of 67 horses have died during racing or training dating all the way back to the 2018 season.
67th Horse Dies At Santa Anita Park Since 2018; 5th SoCal Training Death Since End Of 2019 SeasonAnother horse died Tuesday at Santa Anita Park, marking the 31st horse fatality at the track since Dec. 26 and the 67th such death dating back to the 2018 season.
L.A. Animal Services Considers Motion Supporting Horse Racing BanThis comes after 30 horses died while racing or training during the past season at Santa Anita.