LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Jockey Shaun Bridgmohan received minor injuries and his horse, Vinstar, was euthanized after the horse took a spill Saturday during the first race at Churchill Downs. Bridgmohan was taken to a Louisville hospital, but had no broken bones or serious injuries, an agent for the jockey said. According to a statement from Churchill Downs, the 29-year-old jockey was dropped near the 16th pole in the six-furlong sprint when the horse appeared to take a bad step. Bridgmohan, who rode Pyro to eighth place in this year's Kentucky Derby, appeared to be kicked by a trailing horse as he rolled under the rail. Dr. Lafe Nichols, the state veterinarian for the Kentucky Horse Racing Authority, said Vinstar had to be euthanized after suffering sesamoid fractures in both front legs and a dislocated right front fetlock.