Triumvirate, a thoroughbred race horse commonly known as Swifty, was spared from a cruel fate when he was found through a network of horse lovers. But the horrific horse tale points to the brutal underbelly of horse racing.
The Southern California branch of Neigh Savers, a group that rehabilitates, retrains and rehomes retired thoroughbred race horses, and is operated by Agoura Hills resident Nicole Schwartz, sent out an alert in mid-July about the theft of Swifty, a retired thoroughbred who, b...
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