Tragic Loss After Triumph
A devastated owner is mourning the loss of his cherished horse, who tragically died just hours after winning the biggest race of his life. The five-year-old grey gelding, Nobody Listens, triumphed in the Group 3 Turf Monster Stakes at Parx in the US on Saturday night, marking his 14th win in 26 starts. The victory earned him £110,000 and high hopes of participating in the Breeders' Cup Turf Sprint in November.
Heartfelt Announcement on Facebook
The immense joy of Nobody Listens' owners, Matt Kwiatkowski, Jason Kaylor, and Roger Browning, quickly turned to sorrow when Kwiatkowski made an emotional announcement on Facebook. He revealed that the horse had tragically passed away in a "trailer incident". Kwiatkowski expressed his gratitude for the support and shared heartfelt memories of the cherished moments spent with Nobody Listens, describing their journey together as the greatest one they had ever experienced.
A Fatal Incident during Transport
It is believed that Nobody Listens was travelling back to his base accompanied by trainer Tim Eggleston when the unforeseen tragedy occurred. Details of the incident were not provided in the announcement, leaving many fans shocked and saddened by the loss of the talented racehorse.
Punters who had witnessed Nobody Listens' remarkable talent and success were quick to express their condolences. Comments poured in, with one person expressing their devastation and sympathy for the horse and his connections, stating that life can be incredibly unfair. Others acknowledged the difficulty faced by the owners, transitioning from the joy of victory to the sudden shock and grief of losing Nobody Listens. One person shared their nightmare scenario, emphasizing the kind nature of the horse's connections and sending heartfelt condolences to them and Nobody Listens.
A Stellar Racing Career Cut Short
Nobody Listens had amassed over £500,000 in prize money throughout his racing career and had just achieved his fourth consecutive victory. His untimely death has left the racing community saddened by the loss of such a talented and beloved racehorse.
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