Friday, May. 24, 2024

Harrison Euthanized After Retiring On Cross-Country At Aspen Farms

Harrison, ridden and owned by Amy Evans, was euthanized after retiring on the preliminary cross-country course at Aspen Farm Horse Trials in Yelm, Wash., on June 12. 

Harrison, a 13-year-old chestnut Thoroughbred gelding (Scatmandu—Watch For Spring), retired on course after fence 11, and he was transported to stabling for further evaluation. Upon examination by the veterinary team, Harrison was diagnosed with a broken right foreleg and was humanely euthanized.


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Harrison, ridden and owned by Amy Evans, was euthanized after retiring on the preliminary cross-country course at Aspen Farm Horse Trials in Yelm, Wash., on June 12. 

Harrison, a 13-year-old chestnut Thoroughbred gelding (Scatmandu—Watch For Spring), retired on course after fence 11, and he was transported to stabling for further evaluation. Upon examination by the veterinary team, Harrison was diagnosed with a broken right foreleg and was humanely euthanized.

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