21 Horses Die Suddenly at Palm Beach Polo Match

At least 21 horses have died after coming down with a mysterious ailment moments before they were scheduled to compete in the prestigious U.S. Open polo tournament. Though the Florida Department of Agriculture was conducting lab tests to determine the cause of death, veterinarians said they suspected the horses were probably killed by some sort of poison. At least 14 of the horses from Venezuela's Lechuza Caracas team, worth an average of $100,000 each, died Sunday after several of the...Full Story
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