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Two Horses Die in Training at Los Alamitos Ahead of License Discussion

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Two Horses Die in Training at Los Alamitos Ahead of License Discussion

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CYPRESS (CNS)—State regulators will renew their discussion on extending an operating license for Los Alamitos Race Course Jan. 21, a few days after two horses died while training at the Cypress track. According to the California Horse Racing Board’s website, Don’t Stop Looking, a 3-year-old filly, and Noor Khan, a 4-year-old mare, died Jan. 17. Details of the deaths were not immediately available. They were the first deaths to occur at the track since last Dec. 16. On Dec. 17, the CHRB granted Los Alamitos a license to conduct quarter horse racing in the 2020-21 season, but only for six months instead of the full year track owners had requested. Los Alamitos had applied to hold quarter horse races from Dec. 23, 2020, through Dec. 21, 2021. But after the board approved new regulations limiting the amount of drugs horses can be given before racing at Los Alamitos, Commissioner Oscar …

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