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2 articles. 1. Racing returns at Santa Anita. The historic Santa Anita racetrack reopened Friday for racing amid concerns for horse safety and the future of the track and the industry. There were no deaths in eight races Friday, which had been closed for racing since March 5. 2. Back in the saddle: racing resumes without incident after 26-day closure.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper35393
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
March 30, 2019
Pages
p. A1, B1, B10

About 20 demonstrators organized by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) protested the perceived mistreatment of race horses in front of Santa Anita Park during the Breeders' Cup. Pictured is Natalie Stauffer of San Francisco.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper31270
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
October 26, 2008
Pages
p. A1
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
October 26, 2008
Pages
p. A1
Subjects
Activist groups
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
Santa Anita Park - Breeders' Cup
Stauffer, Natalie
Item ID
31465AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Arcadia backtracks on funding, trapping coyotes. The city wipes slate clean; directs city staff to prepaer new plan. Photo of protestors.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper34845
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
April 6, 2017
Pages
p. 1, 10
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
April 6, 2017
Pages
p. 1, 10
Subjects
Coyotes
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
Wild animals
Item ID
35036AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Arcadia City Council votes 4 to 1 to use deadly snare traps on coyotes. Mayor Tom Beck gave the one dissenting vote.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
February 23, 2017
Pages
p. 1, 15
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
February 23, 2017
Pages
p. 1, 15
Subjects
Coyotes
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
Wildlife
Item ID
34995AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Arcadia tackles coyote issues at February 7 City Council meeting, deciding to trap and kill them. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) wrote a letter to Mayor Tom Beck with a plea to not trap and kill but to use deterrents instead.

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Newspaper
Mountain Views News
Date
February 11, 2017
Pages
p. 1
Newspaper
Mountain Views News
Date
February 11, 2017
Pages
p. 1
Subjects
Coyotes
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
Wildlife
Item ID
34991AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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California Horse Racing Board votes to limit whip use: under the rule, riders could face suspensions or fines; further approval needed.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
March 29, 2019
Pages
p. A1, A5

Coyote controversy continues to kindle Arcadia community. Local resident upset that Arcadia was forced into litigation for $15,000 with PETA.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper34929
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
July 13, 2017
Pages
p. 1, 10

District Attorney Jackie Lacey finds no crime or wrongdoing in horse deaths. Prosecutor says there is no evidence owners, jockeys or trainers knowingly raced injured animals at Santa Anita Park over the past year. Since July 2018, 56 horses have died at Arcadia race track. Of those, 34 died while running on Santa Anita's main dirt track. Santa Anita Park averages about 2.04 deaths per 1000 racing starts, according to the Jockey Club. The national average in 2018 was 1.68 deaths per 1000 starts. The District Attorney's report includes 27 recommended changes to improve safety and reduce fatalities. See also same story at Arcadia Weekly, p. 2, December 26, 2019.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
December 20, 2019
Pages
p. A1, A4

HBO television show "Luck" ends production after a third horse death at Santa Anita Park. The drama, starring Dustin Hoffman and Nick Nolte, about the seedier side of horse racing, will air the final two episodes of its first season but the series won't return for a second season. The horse deaths drew criticism from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper32890
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
March 15, 2012
Pages
p. A1, A6

More tests after 20th racehorse death. Latest fatality at Santa Anita comes after track deemed “100 percent ready;” PETA calls for probe.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper35380
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
March 5, 2019
Pages
p. A1, A6

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) blasts Arcadia plan to kill coyotes. Company hired to catch coyotes would charge $2500 for each area it has traps.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
February 14, 2017
Pages
p. A3
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
February 14, 2017
Pages
p. A3
Subjects
Coyotes
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
Wildlife
Item ID
34992AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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PETA and City of Arcadia reach deal over coyote plan. Group had sued after city planned to start trap-and-kill program. Arcadia will pay $15,000 to settle the lawsuit that contended the city council approved the contract without an environmental report mandated by the California Environmental Quality Act. See also Arcadia Weekly, p. 1, 10, July 6, 2017.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
July 6, 2017
Pages
p. A1, A6

PETA sues Arcadia over cruel plan to snare, slaughter coyotes. In the lawsuit, PETA alleges that because City Council voted to approve the plan on February 21 without first performing an environmental impact assessment, which is required under the California Environmental Quality Act, its decision is illegal. See also Pasadena Star News, p. A3, March 4, 2017.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper34826
Newspaper
Mountain Views News
Date
March 4, 2017
Pages
p. 6
Newspaper
Mountain Views News
Date
March 4, 2017
Pages
p. 6
Subjects
Animal control
Coyotes
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
Item ID
35018AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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PETA sues Arcadia over cruel plan to snare, slaughter coyotes. Photo of protesters.

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Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
March 9, 2017
Pages
p. 1, 10
Newspaper
Arcadia Weekly
Date
March 9, 2017
Pages
p. 1, 10
Subjects
Animal control
Coyotes
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)
Item ID
35021AN
Collection
Newspaper Index
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Santa Anita Park: DA to examine death of 22 horses at track. Additionally, Rep. Judy Chu calls for hearings into the treatment of horses at the nation’s racing venues The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office is investigating whether the 22 horse deaths at Santa Anita racetrack in the past three months were the result of criminal wrongdoing, authorities said Friday. The probe began this week following the death of the 22nd horse Thursday.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper35389
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
March 16, 2019
Pages
p. A1, A8

Santa Anita Park: horse dies in training incident. Two-year-old colt Derby River is the 27th horse to die since December. He suffered a broken shoulder while galloping and was euthanized. Ruben Gomez was the trainer.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
June 7, 2019
Pages
p. A1, A4

Santa Anita Park: think of human toll if track closes. Workers gather at rally to warn about how shutting down horse racing permanently over the twenty-nine horse deaths would impact thousands of employees. Reforms have been instituted at Santa Anita Park, including stricter rules for medications and more thorough examinations, but horse deaths are inevitable in horse racing. Rally calls for compassion for track employees too, whose livelihoods will be affected by a closure. They are an already vulnerable population.

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Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
June 21, 2019
Pages
p. A1, A4

Santa Anita Park. Track to boost race day rules. Owner, in a historic step following the death of a 22nd horse at the winter meet, announces medication ban, limits on riding crop use.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper35388
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
March 15, 2019
Pages
p. A1, A4

Third horse in three days dies at Santa Anita Park, while animal rights activists continue to push for a nationwide ban on racing. The race horses were named Tikkun Olam, Uncontainable, and Harliss. The California Horse Racing Board (CHRB) was given authority, in legislation backed by Governor Gavin Newsom, to suspend racing. Officials at Santa Anita Park released a statement reaffirming their commitment to horse safety. See also Arcadia Weekly, p. 1, January 23, 2020.

https://arcadiahistory.andornot.com/en/permalink/newspaper35640
Newspaper
Pasadena Star News
Date
January 20, 2020
Pages
p. B8

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