Twelve racehorses died at Santa Anita in 2022.
Pistachio Princess was found dead in her stall at Los Alamitos Race Course. She's the 17th horse to die at the track this year, and the 57th to die in California.
Heaven's Music is the 11th horse to die from a racing or training injury at Santa Anita Park this year.
The California Horse Racing Board records show a total of nine equine deaths at the track during the winter-spring season.
Santa Anita Park will host the Breeders' Cup next year, marking the record 11th time the prestigious event has been held at the Arcadia track.
A 4-year-old colt with five first-place finishes in 14 career races has died at Santa Anita Park, the track's second racehorse death in two days and third in the last six days, state horse racing officials confirmed Sunday.
Five horses have died following injuries at Santa Anita Park so far this year.
Magnolia was euthanized Monday after suffering a "musculoskeletal" injury. Four horses have died at Santa Anita Park in 2021.
A 4-year-old filly has died after suffering a racing injury at Santa Anita Park on Easter Sunday, officials said Monday.
Warren's Showtime, a 5-year-old mare died Saturday after falling during a workout Saturday.
A necropsy performed on Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit, who died at the end of a workout at Santa Anita Park racetrack last December, failed to determine a definitive cause of death, the California Horse Racing Board announced Friday.
Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirt died during a workout at Santa Anita race track Monday. The colt was 3 years old.
So far this year, 19 horses have died from racing or training incidents or other causes at Santa Anita. The track reported 20 deaths in 2020.
A 2-year-old colt racing in the $80,150 Eddie Logan Stakes at Santa Anita was fatally injured Sunday, becoming the Southern California track’s first fatality since June.
A 2-year-old colt collapsed onto the turf during Sunday's third race at Santa Anita Park and was euthanized a short time later.
A passionate and courageous young man made sure his voice was heard in front of a group of demonstrators who marched peacefully from the Manhattan Beach to Hermosa Beach piers and back on Tuesday.
Last Renegade, an unraced 2-year old colt, became the 13th racehorse to die in racing or training-related incidents at Santa Anita this season when he died in a training incident on Friday.
Santa Anita Park closed to the public today in response to Gov. Newsom's guidance regarding public gatherings in light of the coronavirus threat, according to a spokesman for the Stronach Group, which operates the Arcadia-based racetrack.
A report released Tuesday by the California Horse Racing Board on a spate of horse deaths at Santa Anita found that no illegal medications were used on the animals and 39% percent of the 23 fatalities occurred on surfaces affected by wet weather.
A 5-year-old gelding named Chosen Vessel has become the ninth horse to die since the racing season at Santa Anita Park began Dec.26, 2019 according to officials at the race track in Arcadia.