“HBO was saddened to study that on June 28, throughout filming on the set of The Gilded Age, a horse collapsed and died, doubtless of pure causes, based on a veterinarian’s preliminary findings,” the community stated in a press release to E! Information. “The protection and well-being of animals on all our productions is a prime precedence, and the producers of The Gilded Age work with American Humane to make sure full compliance with all security precautions.”
The community claims to have adopted all the correct precautions and a greater understanding of what precisely occurred will are available time.
“Following AHA’s [American Humane Association] suggestion, the horse was transported to a facility for a full necropsy,” HBO stated. “AHA has interviewed all concerned personnel, and full necropsy outcomes are pending.”
In keeping with Deadline, the horse, who had expertise within the business, started filming a scene quarter-hour after a one-hour relaxation interval. As for the scene in query? The publication stated the shot, which occurred on a days within the 70s, included a carriage and two passengers.
After the horse collapsed, filming was wrapped for the day.