Mano, D. Keith
March 1979
National Review;3/16/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p373
The article focuses on horse racing tragedies in the U.S. It describes how the three-million dollar horse Flying Water ridden by French jockey Jean Cruguet died in an horse-racing accident. Flying Water was owned by Daniel Wildenstein. It presents information on jockey Jean Cruguet. Several retired horses and jockeys are presented. The death of jockey Ron Turcotte during a race is also mentioned.


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