Hilldale summed it up. Interesting racing. Lots of unfortunate mistakes to unseat riders.
I watched from the 6th/16th (my sister works/lives at Worthington), and got to see most of the action up close. All horses got back to the barn safely. Only two horses were listed as actually "falling," though I didn't get to see Gorgeous Charger fall, I did see Western Fling bite the dust. The scariest was at the 15th when the loose horse swerved into the path of Justin Batoff and Prospector's Strike. Blythe and Private Attach had a fairly significant lead already coming into the 16th. I have to give her props, because after the 16th she gave Private a HUGE pat on the neck. She won easily by 60, and another 60 back to 3rd place finisher of Volle Nolle and Michael Traurig.
I think it's huge to note that it was the 2nd and 3rd place horses first times around the Hunt Cup. Quite notable!
On a side, we did have a trainer stop by on their way out and attempt to trade their horse for refreshments! We let them keep the horse, but did give them something for the ride home.