Remington Park officials say they initially were given the wrong name for the horse who was euthanized. The story has been updated with the correct name.

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Officials say a horse was euthanized after it collapsed during a race at Remington Park on Sunday.

Officials with Remington Park say Beach N Front, a 2-year-old filly, collapsed during Race 4 at Remington Park.

Initially, they identified the horse as Ms. Kiddy, but that horse was not injured in the incident.

An ambulance responded and took Beach N Front to the test barn for an examination.

Several hours later, track officials learned that after a thorough assessment from veterinarians, the horse was euthanized.

“We extend our sincere condolences to [the horse’s] owner and all those involved in her care and training. As with any live racing incident and according to OHRC regulations, a necropsy will be performed to determine if the horse may have had any pre-existing injury undetected in the pre-race examinations that are standard for all horses racing at Remington Park. We will cooperate fully with any related inquiry the OHRC may have in their investigation,” a statement from Kym Koch, spokesperson for Remington Park, read.