It is not a sport for the faint hearted - guiding 1,200 pounds of racing horse flesh along a twisting course, while only a few yards removed, another horse and rider race against you on a similar track.
Anna Gonzales remembers the day paramedics rushed her from work to the hospital. "It was so bumpy, and I was in so much pain," she said. That was more than two years ago. But back in July, Anna got a letter from a debt collector called Credence demanding almost $1,600 for the ambulance ride.
A Pacific Beach man said he spent hundreds of dollars on artificial turf but when the packages were delivered to the wrong person, he said UPS, the company behind the delivery, wouldn't take responsibility for the problem. Brantley Hunt said he ordered the artificial turf for his dog Coco.