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Live Lively for Horses in Need

Live Lively was euthanized on May 4, 2013 after suffering an injury that broke her sesamoids in her left front leg. Four x-rays confirmed that the injuries were untreatable before the decision was made to euthanize the three-year-old filly.

Live Lively was owned by Lee Lewis and trained by Mark Hennig. She was currently training for the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes on May 17. Live Lively was an early contender for the Kentucky Oaks but her connections decided to pass and focus on the Susan.

Live Lively finished second behind Dreaming of Julia in the Gulfstream Oaks and finished first in the Davona Dale Stakes at Gulfstream Park. The entire Lady and The Track team followed Live Lively closely at Gulfstream Park and are saddened by the loss of such a beautiful horse.

In honor of Live Lively, Lady and The Track will donate $1.00 for every facebook share of the “Live Lively” album to the South Florida SPCA. Please share the album directly from the Lady and The Track facbook by clicking here. You can also donate directly to the South Florida SPCA in Live Lively’s name by clicking here.

Photos of the beautiful Live Lively.

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