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Life At Ten Investigation Ongoing

The chairman of the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission said Dec. 13 that any action stemming from the investigation into the Life At Ten case would be brought before the entire commission upon completion of a thorough review.


“If any action is to be taken, it will come before this commission,” said chairman Robert Beck, reiterating that there will be a full report and recommendations stemming from a probe surrounding Life At Ten’s performance in the Breeders’ Cup Ladies’ Classic (gr. I) at Churchill Downs Nov. 5.


The 5-year-old mare owned by Candy DeBartolo and trained by Todd Pletcher finished last in the Ladies Classic at second choice odds of 7-2. With jockey John Velazquez aboard, Life At Ten had no run when the field left the gate, and she was not persevered with throughout the 1 1/8-mile race.


Before the race, Velazquez told ESPN announcers that the filly did not look right, but apparently did not relay those concerns to the stewards or any KHRC veterinarians.




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