She was scratched from the Fanfreluche but had a 6 f work today, think they might be aiming her at the Princess Elizabeth in a week.
I don't know how to edit these pages, but Regal Conqueror has won a stakes on September 28th, I think. I''m following her because I was a huge fan of her daddy, Sky Conqueror.
This was so sad, RIP girl
Came home the last 3/16 in less than 18 seconds, race horse time in a mile and 3/16 race
I got busy with stuffs and then some wierd fb glitch messed up my logging in, switched to firefox and seems to be working ok now. Thanks for the welcome back, Rafi! Missed you guys.
Nice, winner was trained by my friend's sister and brother-in-law!
among the substances lasix depletes in the horse's system is calcium. In studies, the horse has been shown to have higher levels of calcium in their urine normal 72 hours after they received lasix. It could be longer yet, I don't the study looked past 72 hours. At the same time, it was found not surprisingly that the horse's calcium level were lower. I have read that this doesn't cause bone thinning, although I am somewhat skeptical. When calcium levels in the muscles are low, it is taken out of the bones to make up the difference. However, what I think contributes to the longer period for a horse to be race fit after lasix is that calcium is a crucial element in muscle contraction. Until the horse has recovered from the calcium loss, they are not going to train well, particularly for heavy works or breezes.
Probably Eclipse, if I was just picking one
Just read it, a fractured right leg, hope he's comfortable and they're taking good care of him!
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