SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- A horse died Sunday morning during training at the Del Mar Racetrack.
According to the horse’s owner, Brian Trump, the horse, Bobby Abu Dhabi, went into sudden cardiac arrest on the track while training.
Trump said the jockey, Victor Espinoza, was injured during the incident, though the extent of the injuries are unclear at this time.
The news comes after Del Mar's Opening Day on July 18. The Del Mar Racetrack is now open for the season, which runs through Labor Day, September 3.
It is with great sadness that I can confirm this morning we lost our boy, BOBBY ABU DHABI to a sudden cardiac arrest on the track. While we are deeply saddened and heartbroken by this loss our thoughts are currently with HOF jockey @VictorEspinoza . Please keep him in your prayers pic.twitter.com/sp30wUqYH7
— Brian Trump (@realBrianTrump) July 22, 2018