Horse Escapes Beulah Park After Throwing Jockey During Race

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An owner said that her horse ran through a rail and escaped Beulah Park during a race on Tuesday.

According to the thoroughbred's owner, the animal escaped the Grove City raceway at about 1:30 p.m.

A female jockey was riding the horse at the time and was thrown from the animal.

The unidentified jockey was transported to a local hospital where she was expected to survive the minor injuries.

The horse wandered about two miles and was found shortly before 5 p.m., according to Grove City Police.

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