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2019 Laurel Racing Fatality January 11% Kimberly 6 718229 Incompass Report Facility Date Race Race Type Horse Gender Trainer MAIDEN Kimterly Morgan, LL 3/11/2019 6 CLAIMING 8. Filly Carla. Injury Residenc Occurrence Fatality yStatus Course Fatality Date Att Vet Triage Euthanize —1/11/201 Kelly L Walsh, Daniel, Ship-n Dirt’ 1/4Pole sd 3. Sacksen v Injury NA / Fracture / Axial Skeleton / Skull/Spine / Comminuted, Displaced - NA / Neurologic / CNS, Other, Paresis/Paralysis, Trauma, Acute - BF / Joint / Carpus / DID/OA, Mild - All 4 / Joint / Fetlock / DID/OA, Mild - BF / Joint / Carpus / DID/OA, Mild - All 4 / Joint / Fetlock / DID/OA, Mild Pathology Pathologist: Dr. Virginia Pierce Gross Pathology: Presented for necropsy is an 838Ib, 3 yr old Thoroughbred fill (lip tattoo 118229, photo a) in good nutritional condition and fair postmortem (euthanized Fri night, necropsy Monday afternoon). There is. adequate subcutaneous, visceral, perirenal and pericardiac fat. The large colon and cecum are in proper anatomic position at time of necropsy (photo cc). The liver, k dneys and spleen are grossly normal for euthanasia artifacts (photo b}. The gastric mucosa is grossly within normal limits. The intestinal contents are normal. The lungs are mottled pale pink, dark pink and red, with glistening pleural surfaces. Along the dorsal edge of the right lung there is a black (hemorrhage) rounded -elevated) focus (6.5cm x Sem x 3m raised) which on cut section is black and contains dark red flu d (contusion) (photo bb). In the pleural surface of the dorsal left lung there is a 7.Sem x 5.Sem black focus within which the pleural surface is lacerated in at least 5 foci (photo bbb). There is dark red/black clotted blood around the ventral portions of the 7-12 thoracic vertebrae (photo c). The lungs and heart are removed to reveal severe acute intramuscular hemorthage in the right and left intercostal muscles from right rib 7 to right rib 12 near the vertebrae (photo d, dd), with less extensive intramuscular hemorthage in the left intercostal ‘muscles from rib 10 to 12 (photo d); there is also focally extersive severe acute periadventitial hemorrhage around the thoracic aorta subjacent to T9-16 (photo d). There is a very distinct kink in the aorta and vertebral column at T10-11 (photo d, dd). When the aorta is removed, it is obvious that the right 7® rib and the right 10% rib (photo m) are fractured at th2 base and dcm lateral to the base, the 10 and 11 thoracic vertebrae are fractured into multiple small fragments (photo n, nn), the spinal cord is completely transected at T10-11 (photo e), and the left 9 and 10" ribs are fractured approximately 5 cm from the base, resulting in very sharp projecting fragment that lacerated the left dorsal lung (photo I). Both the left (photo f) and right (photo gg) hind distal cannon bones have parasagittal groove fissures (right more severe than left). The left hind proximal phalanx has marked periarticular modelling (lipping) along the proximodorsal margin (photo ff); the right 1nd proximal phalanx is within normal limits (photo g}. The synovial lining of right (photo k) and left (photo h) carpal joints is dark red and thickened; carpal bones are grossly within normal limits. There are foci of subchondral bone lysis (blue spots) in the articular surfaces of both left front cannon bone (photo i) and right front cannon bone (photo j); left more severe than right. Cause of Death: Euthanasia; catastrophic vertebral fractures with transection of spinal cord, Gross Findings: Body as a Whole: in good condition Lungs: contusion on right, lacerations on left, related to rib fractures and vertebral fractures Vertebrae: severe acute comminuted fractures of T10, T11 Spinal Cord: complete transection at T10-T11 related to fractures Ribs; right ribs 7, 10 fractured, left rib 9, 10 fractured and lacerated the left lung Fetlock Joints: mild to moderate chror degenerative joint disease Carpal Joints: moderate chronic synocitis Pathologists Comments: Euthanasia was the most humane treatment for this filly who sustained devastating fractures to two ‘thoracic vertebrae and four ribs, with resultant complete severing of the spinal cord, Commission Veterinarian’s Comments Dr. Daniel: Upon arrival, Kimberly B (#1) was lying in right lataral recumbency on top off the front legs of Tuffy’s Way (1#8), who was in left lateral recumbency. Kimterly B had no obvious fractures of her distal skeleton, The tack was loosened and we attempted to get her up. Using her front end, she pivoted off Tuffy’s Way and then collapsed in left lateral recumbency. Her rear limbs did not move at all during this. | noticed that her back legs were covered in urine. At this point, | assumed that her back was broken, One more attempt was made to get her up to no avail. All connections agreed that euthanasia was the only humane option. Blood was drawn far testing, Kimberly B was then euthanit (110mls euthasol/ 10mls succinylcholine) Dr. Walsh: When | arrived, the filly was laying in left lateral recumbency next to the legs of Tuffy’s Way. The filly had poor anal reflex/tone and was not attempting to move either hind limb. She had a deep pain withdrawal reflex when Dr. Sacksen pricked her hind pastern area with a needle. One more attempt was made to assist her to rise; however, she was unable to move her hind limbs. She was euthanized on the track Dr. Sacksen: | examined the horse in the morning prior to the race and found no significant lesions, The horse jogged sound. The horse was down in left lateral recumbency on top of Tuffy’s Way. Hind limbs were rigid, urine was noted to be dribbling, no perianal reflex, and only deep pain was present. Euthanasia elected due to suspected spinal cord disruption, Elood was drawn prior to euthanasia Pre-Race Examination Finding: On 119:LRL-6 7F(O)ET 'Mc150000 (50-40) 718 sacksen No NSL - No Significant Lesions/ Jog Information: Limb- MJog: /Comment Conclusion: Racing Sound 12/34/18LRLG 6F(0)SY Mew 02 L kiwalsh No Jog Information:Limb- JJog: /Comment Conclusion: Stewards - Other o9/oa/te-wmTH.2 AM(O)FT Msw 616 dsimoncini No NSL - No Significant Lesions! Jog Information:Limb- Jog: /Comment Conclusion: Racing Sound os/08/18-DEL-4 TARE(DFM —— Msw ons Ne Jog Information:Limb- (Jog: /Comment Conclusion: O7MaHBLRL-3 SF(D)FT Wmc40000 (40-32).N gt Dr. Odtan No Bilateral Front/Sesamolds/EXOT - Exostosis/t - Slight! Left FrontFetlock joint [Ankle / MCP / MTPY/JCH - Joint Capsule Hypertrophy/t - Slight! Jog Information:Limb- Jog: /Gomment: 05/12/18-PIM-1 44/2F(D)FT —— Wme40000 (40-35).N 418 Kdwalsh No SL - No Significant Lesions/ 4Jog Information:Limb- Jog: /Comment: Conclusion: Racing Sound Veterinarian’s List History: The filly has never been placed on alist. Private Veterinarian’s Comments Not requested ‘Treatment History Not requested Performance Summary Dirt eS 2018 3 © 0 §$3,800.00(US$3,800.00) 2014 ° © 0 $1,490.00(US$1,400.00) Lies 4 0 0 0 $5,200.00(US$5,200.00) OffTrack: 0 0 0 0 —— $0,00(Us$0.00) Turf Pe 2018: 0. $0.00(US$0.00) 201s 0 0 ° ° $0.00(US$0.00) Lies 0 0 © 0 $0,00(USs0.00) OffTrace 0 6-0 «=O 0 $0.00(U8$0.00) Overall — aa a (0 $3,800,00(US$3,800.00) ove : 3 ° © $1,400.00(Uss1,400.00) Lies 4 0 0 0 $5,200.00(USs5,200.00) OffTrack: 0 09 0 0 $0,00(USS0.00) Past Performances fe ouneun — sar MBO ss400 7 it Fast 7 Tors ososnenm 22 Mw *$500 Mt Fast 6 Daze, 119 Com W000 omanoum. — aaF — WI0000 grays Dit Fash © SRusnl,S 1 122Ghat W000 osianerm 1a — MeLEEO soem a ar it Fast 4 Russo S20 Chat Work History TaeraowuR. 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Management: Emergency Medication: Equip: ‘Shoes: Outcome: Euthanized 01/11/2019 Injury Description Limb [Category [Anatomic Region] Site Injury Description NA Fracture | Axial Skeleton | Skull/Spine | Commuted -; Displaced - NA | Neurologic (CNS -: Other thoracic spinal cord transected; aresis/aralysis-; Trauma; Acute ~ c BF doint Carpus DIDIOA - | Mild ~ > | Ald oink Fellock DIDIOA=; Mild ~ E BF oint Carpus DUDIOA =; Mild - F ‘Ala ‘oint Fetlock DIDIOA =; Mild - Kimberly B. GGRIRO. Fly. Ttap- Uncanny Abily by Cypocearance ia’ Aa ves 16 MYO tows 128} BT GH Bo, wk 19 RelA A — ie BOLL? Hew Te (BIE AAT veeonneomeny HN UY a0 BUSES a Bt 4 64 haat) TekyPn fee 0720) sumer AAT 7S Iitse BL 8 hg Fl HP UE TA Tefew'saet des IY Many Fogeie Wl hb 9 Case ANS Saar Tye Ne Tae OPE] epee TRI Des Ove aa Mae sayet}—endV2§ 110 rk at al Ps 2 See Senate vid 7 1 IBA st. ike AL 0 Frederick Animal Health Laboratory 1840 Rosemont Avenue Frederick, MD 21702 (301) 600-1548 Fax (301) 600.6111 Final Pathology Report Results last updated on 01/16/19 et 5:03 PM Accession No.: 19-1331 Pathologist: Vi"ginia Pierce VD, Pathologist Date Submitted: 01/12/19 Date Reported: 01/16/19 Date Collected: NPIP: Lady Olivia North Clif L Maryland Jockey Club Trainer: Carla L. Morgan Vet/Agent: P.O. Box 130 ‘Owner: Laurel Race Track Laurel, MD 20725 Laurel, MD 20725 Premid: ID: Kimberly B, Tattoo #: 118229 Species: Age | Sex: 3 Years F ‘Species: Equine _ ‘History as Race 6 on Friday January 11, 2019. Fell over top of broken down horse, possible broken back Sire: Tritap Dam: Uncanny Ability Necropsy Gross Pathology Presented for necropsy is an 838!Ib, 3yr old Thoroughbred fly (lip tatto> T18229, photo a) in good nutritional condition and fair postmortem (euthanized Fri night, necropsy Monday afternoon) There is adequate subcutaneous, visceral, derirenal and pericardiac fat, The large colon and cecum are in proper anatomic position at time of necropsy (photo 2¢). The liver, kidneys and spleen are grossly normal for euthanasia arlifacts (photo b). The gastric mucosa is. xrossly within normal mits. The intestinal contents are normal The lungs are mottled pale pink, dark pink and red, with glistening pleural surfaces. Along the dorsal edge of the right tung there is a black (hemorrhage) rounded (elevated) focus (6.5cm x 53m x 3om raised) which on cut section is slack and contains dark red fluid (contusion) (photo bb). In the pleural surface of the dorsal left lung there is a 7.5m 6.50m black focus within which the pleural surface is lacerated in at least 5 foci (photo bbb). There is dark rediblack slotted blood around the ventral portions of the 7-12 thoracic vertebrae (photo c). The lungs and heart are removed to ‘eveal severe acute intramuscular hemorrhage in the right and left intercostal muscles from right rib 7 to right rib 12 rear the vertebrae (photo d, dd), with less extensive intramuscular hemorrhage in the left intercostal muscles from rib 10 to 12 (photo a); there is also focally extensive severe acute periadventitial hemorrhage around the thoracic aorta subjacent to T9-16 (photo d). There is a very distinct kink in the aorta and vertebral column at 710-11. (photo d, dd). ‘Nhen the aorta is removed, itis obvious that the right 7th rib and the rigat 10th rib (photo m) are fractured at the base and dem lateral in the hace the 11h and 14 thararie vartahraa are frastired inta miltinia emall feanmante inhotn n ant 3oth the left (photo f) and right (photo gg) hind distal cannon bones have parasagittal groove fissures (right more severe han left). The left hind proximal phalanx has marked periarticular modelling (lipping) along the proximodorsal margin photo ff); the right hind proximal phalanx is within normal limits (photo g). The synovial ining of right (photo k) and left photo h) carpal joints is dark red and thickened; carpal bones are grossly within normal imits. There are foci of subchondral bone lysis (blue spots) in the articular surfaces of both left front cannon bone (photo i) and right front vannon bone (photo j); left more severe than right. EUTHANASIA; CATASTROPHIC VERTEBRAL FRACTURES WITH TRANSSECTION OF SROSS FINDINGS: 3ODY AS AWHOLE: in good condition -UNGS: contusion on right, lacerations on left, related to rib fractures and vertebral fractures VERTEBRAE: severe acute comminuted fractures of T10, 11 SPINAL CORD: complete transsection at T10-T11 related to fractures RIBS: right ribs 7,10 fractured, left rib 9, 10 fractured and lacerated the left lung ETLOCK JOINTS: mild to moderate chronic degenerative joint disease DARPAL JOINTS: moderate chronic synovitis SOMMENT! ithanasia was the most humane treatment for this fly who sustained devastating fractures to two thoracic vertebrae and four ribs, with resultant complete severing of the spinal cord, Parasitology Fecal (Quantitative) McMaster Verified on: 01/15/19 by Laura Smith FAHL Lab Scientist Specimen Isolate/Ova Result EPG Feces - Kimberly B, Tatto nag for ovalooeysts Virginia Pierce ViVD