Northfield Park Accident – In Tuesday (May 27) night’s thirteenth race at Northfield Park, four outfit hustling ponies and drivers were engaged with a mishap at about the five-eighths pole. As indicated by a post by Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association’s Executive Director Renee Mancino on her Facebook page and shared on the OHHA’s page:
“Ardent concern and petitions for kept mending for all ponies and drivers engaged with the previous evening’s thirteenth race chain response mishap at Northfield Park. The mishap seemed to have happened because of Ryan Stahl’s pony getting a shoe, hopple, or some other gear disappointment and dropping to the track, following ponies got no opportunity to keep away from and went over him. Tony Hall, Hunter Myers, Ryan Stahl, Chris Lems were involved. All ponies are supposed to have wandered off with street rash and minor injuries.
All drivers included are steady and alert or strolled off.
Chris Lems drove in the following race and won, Ryan Stahl strolled off, yet was later being urged to visit the emergency clinic. Quickly following ponies with Tony Hall and Hunter Myers took its brunt.
Early reports show Tony was conscious and alert, however, conceded to Level One Trauma with a spinal injury and broken ribs. Tracker was likewise conscious and alert with conceivable hip and facial wounds.