THE BHA on Thursday began an immediate review of events at Ludlow on
Wednesday when three horses died and one suffered career-threatening
The three fatalities occurred in separate races at the meeting and in
The Debbie Hamer-trained Terminal Bee broke a fetlockand fell in the opening
2m maiden hurdle, although connections believe the injury occurred before
Port Of Mogan broke a leg when falling at the 12th of the 19 fences
in the beginners’ chase while Desert Inferno broke a leg when clear on the
run-in in the concluding 2m5f maiden hurdle.
BHA spokesman spokesman Owen Byrne said: "We are carrying out a review of
the fatalities at Ludlow, as we do on any occasion where there are multiple
fatalities on one day or at the same meeting.