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Before anyone said there was more fatalities at one course than another you would have to work out the number of fatalities per runner. As racing at Wolves seems to take place everyday I suspect that there are no more than what would be the average.
If this was not the case, then it could only be down to inconsistencies in the track surface, soft patches and hard patches that would unbalance the horse in full gallop.
The track should be closed immediately, until the facts are established and someone gets killed.