SATURDAY, JANUARY 28: A third racing pony has died from the tragic fire at Graceland Stables.

Tuxedo's Lady died last night. Previously By Bye Bird and Return to Sender had been lost because of the fire.

Ettrick Animal Hospoital tried to save the pony who had suffered serious injuries after a fire broke out at the stables at 6:30am on Friday.

It took firefighters an hour and 45 minutes to bring the blaze under control.

A cleanup is taking place at the stables this morning.

A spokesperson said trash bags would be a big help but so would feed, shavings, lumber and concrete. Anyone willing to assist in the cleanup would be a big help.

A Bermuda Police Service spokesman said a man and a woman had received hospital treatment for minor injuries due to the incident.

“At around 6:30am on Friday, January 27 police attended a reported fire in the Cobbs Hill Road, Paget area and were directed by members of the public to nearby stables along the Railway Trail that were ablaze," said the spokesman.

“The Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service promptly attended the location as well and actively worked to bring the flames under control.

“Animal welfare specialists from government and the private sector also attended the scene.

"A 70-year-old Paget man who initially attempted to put out the fire was treated at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital for minor burns and later released.

“A 71-year-old woman was also taken from the scene to hospital, reportedly for treatment of smoke inhalation, and later released.

“An investigation is underway to determine the cause of the fire. Anyone with any information regarding this incident is encouraged to contact the main police number 295-0011.”