An Extra + Account Overview

An ‘extra’ appeared on yesterday’s overnight that fits Tahitian Queen. Same condition as last time. This race is for Thursday.
Tammy is likely to enter here although the race may not go.

Here is a look at the bills for June plus the winnings from the second-place finish on July 9. Although June was not a winning month the good finish in July helped a lot. Hopefully another start and an in-the-money finish are in store soon….jm

June 11 balance: $13,367.92

June 25 race – 4th place finish 5% of purse = $420
-$1.00 fund to assist retired race horses
-$55.00 jockey fee for Jose Ferrer

July 4 Tammy Domenosky training for June -$1,520
30 days at $50 per day + $20 for pont to gate on race day
July 4 Vet Omeprazole powder (used to prevent ulcers) -66.00

Vet bill for July Blue Sky Equine -$465.00
6/1 $35 dewormer

On June 12 TQ ‘tied-up’ and was treated with the medications below. A definition of tying-up provided by Dr. Valberg of the U of M was found online: Tying up, the most common muscle problem in horses has also been called azoturia, paralytic myoglobinuria and chronic exertional rhabdomyolysis. Clinical signs include sweating, stiffness and reluctance to move forward. Tying up is not a single disease, but a collection of clinical signs that may have different causes in different in each horse. Specific causes for tying up have recently been identified and more are on the research horizon. For the complete article go to:

6/12 $20 banamine injection (used to alleviate pain)
$15 Lasix
$18 Vitamin E with Selenium
$25 Robaxin Injection – muscle relaxer
$18 Dexamethasone anti-inflammatory agent

6/17 $60 Adequan and equine joint supplement
6/18 $35 Lasix and Banamine for workout
6/23 $207 Adequan, Carbazachrome, Naquazone (for muscles and joints), and various vitamins and magnesium suflite
6/24 $12 pre-race bute injection
6/25 $20 pre-race Lasix


7/9 2nd place finish 20% of purse $1,500
-$1.00 fund to assist retired horses
-$75.00 jockey fee to Jose Ferrer



2 thoughts on “An Extra + Account Overview

  1. Veterinarians must be licensed to work the stable area. Trainers can choose which vet they want to use from that group of vets.There are about five that work the stable area daily and another six or seven that are licensed and are here occasionally.For example there is a vet that does chiropractic work once a week.

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