Klaravich’s barn Domestic spending was relaxed at the far turn of the FanDuel Breeders’ Cup Mile presented by the PDJF (G1T) by rider Flavien Prat on November 5 at Keeneland and is being taken to Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital for further evaluation.
Coach Chad Brown tweeted that the 1st grade multiple winner suffered a serious injury.
“Domestic Spend suffered a severe pelvic fracture during the BC Mile run,” Brown tweeted. “He is currently stable and receiving the best care/evaluation at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital. I will provide updates as they become available.”
An earlier Breeders’ Cup statement said Inbound Spend was “immediately joined by an expert team of veterinarians led by (Kentucky Equestrian Commission) veterinarian, Dr. Smith and was transported back to his stables by equine ambulance for evaluation with the participation of veterinarian Dr.. Bo Landry.”
The statement went on to add that “Domestic Chi has been radiographed and does not appear to have a lower extremity fracture. He is currently being stabilized for transfer to Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital for evaluation for evaluation. more.”
A veterinarian affiliated with the Association of Equestrian Practitioners of America provided the initial post-race update.
Veterinarian Al Ruggles said: ‘He was lame in his left hind limb. After being sedated, the horse stepped into the ambulance and was taken back to his stable for examination.
Trainer Chad Brown confirmed that an x-ray photograph taken at the warehouse of the gelding’s lower extremity was negative.
“I may be speculating, but the concern is a possible pelvic injury,” Brown said. “The horse is definitely not comfortable on the last high.”
Ruggles adds that in-store radiographs are limited in leg visibility, and certain injuries, such as soft tissue injuries, can take time to show up and be diagnosed. guess.
Kingman’s 5-year-old son is a multi-level 1 winner with over $1.4 million in earnings. It was his first race in 448 days after finishing second in Mr. D Staking (G1T) in 2021 at Arlington International Racecourse. He was scratched on Thursday against the Longines Breeders’ Cup Turf (G1T) last year with a soft tissue injury.
Domestic Spend returned to coach Brown’s cage in August and was taking part in this year’s Breeders’ Cup race with three bullet drills at Keeneland — last October 29 when he went fastest at five feathers on the grass.