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HBO TV show ‘Luck’ canceled over horse deaths | The Raw Story

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The ironically named series ‘Luck’ has been cancelled due to the death of a 3rd horse while filming. While I felt the characterization of the horse players was dreadful, the series did show promise of increasing interest in racing.

HBO TV show ‘Luck’ canceled over horse deaths | The Raw Story
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/03/15/tv-show-luck-canceled-over-horse-deaths/

The hit US television series ‘Luck’ starring Dustin Hoffman has been canceled after three horses died during filming, the channel which makes the show announced.

“Luck,” about thoroughbred racing and also starring Nick Nolte, launched in January and had already been picked up for a second season, with production mostly at a horsetrack east of Los Angeles.

But a first horse died on the set in 2010 and another died last year. Then a third animal had to be put down on Tuesday after falling backwards and striking its head, despite new safety rules put in place.

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