Driver fined $10K, disqualified after 3rd horse dies in Calgary Stampede chuckwagon races

A driver has been fined $10,000 and disqualified from the rest of the Calgary Stampede after a horse died in yesterday's Rangeland Derby, the third death involving horses competing in the chuckwagon races. 

The fine follows an independent chuckwagon safety commission review of the incident involving driver Chad Harden, in Heat 7 of the race, where Evan Salmond's lead horse hit the guard rail and stumbled to the ground at Stampede Park.

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