Turf Monster Winner Nobody Listens Dies in Trailer Accident

Nobody Listens | Sarah Andrew

Nobody Listens (Conveyance), the 5-year-old gelding who earned his first graded stakes victory in the GIII Turf Monster S. at Parx Saturday, died in a trailer accident Sunday, according to a Facebook post from co-owner Mike Kwiatowski.

“Yesterday was one of the greatest days when Nobody Listens won the GIII Turf Monster at Parx,” Kwiatowski wrote. “Today was one of the worst. Nobody Listens had an unforeseen and unpreventable trailer incident resulting in us losing him. We love and cherish every moment that we shared with him.

“The ride Nobody Listens took us on was the greatest one we have ever been on. Our hearts are broken as we share this tragic news. Thank you to all who supported and helped make him who he was.”

Trained by Tim Eggleston, Nobody Listens was winning his fourth straight race in Saturday's Turf Monster. He also won the Brickyard H. at Horseshoe Indianapolis and the Parx Dash. A five-time stakes winner, he hit the board in 22 of 26 starts with 14 wins and earnings of $251,361.

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