ARCADIA, Calif. -- Another horse has died at the famed Santa Anita Park track, the 36th horse to die at the track since late December.
A 2-year-old filly named Bye Bye Beautiful injured its leg during a race Sunday and was euthanized.
Another horse died Friday.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law in June allowing the agency overseeing horse racing in California to immediately suspend licenses to protect the health and safety of horses and riders as a response to the rise in horse deaths at the park.
The race track has seen a significant drop in attendance since the controversial horse deaths.
Santa Anita Park is scheduled to host the Breeders' Cup which starts Friday.
36th horse dies at famed Santa Anita park as it prepares to host Breeders' Cup
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