Horse racing WWOS Horse euthanased after jumps fall 17:34 AEST Sun May 30 2010 Jumps racing in Victoria has suffered another death with Prince Vitality euthanased after a fall at Casterton on Sunday. The seven-year-old injured his shoulder when he fell at the first fence in the steeplechase. The race had to be abandoned when the horse ambulance became bogged down between two jumps meaning two horses had to alter course. The death of Prince Vitality will be referred to the Jumps Review Panel. New obstacles and protocols have been introduced to jumps racing this season in an attempt to save the sport after immense pressure for it to be banned. Victoria and South Australia are the only two Australian states which conduct jumps racing.