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  • Golden Gate Opener Refunded After Malfunction

    The first race at Golden Gate Fields Feb. 15 was declared a no-contest when, because of a malfunction, the starting gate couldn't be moved off the track in time for the one-mile event to be completed.

  • Spinning Love runs the wrong way after unseating jockey Alonso Quinonez.

    Wrong-Way Horse Voids Santa Anita Maiden Tilt

    Danger was averted during the second race at Santa Anita Park Oct. 12 as a result of a loose horse running the wrong way up the homestretch. The race, a six-furlong sprint for maiden 2-year-olds, was declared a no contest.

  • Arlington Race Voided as Turf Rail Collapses

    The ninth race at Arlington Park Sept. 15 was declared no contest by the stewards when several sections of the turf rail came apart and fell onto the course in front of the field, causing interference to most of the horses.

  • Gulfstream Race Declared a 'No Contest'

    Jockey Jose Lezcano appeared to escape serious injury, and the fourth race at Gulfstream Park was declared a "no contest" after the jockey was tossed from his mount Skate shortly after the start of the Jan. 20 event.