INGLEWOOD, Calif. &#150; Shakis, who won the Grade 2 Bernard Baruch Handicap at Saratoga in 2007 and 2008, was euthanized on Friday after suffering a leg injury following a workout at Hollywood Park, trainer Kiaran McLaughlin said.\nThe injury occurred after Shakis worked a half-mile in 49.20 seconds on the main track.\n"They had to put him down," McLaughlin said. "It&#146;s a real shame. He was a neat horse. It&#146;s tough."\nShakis, who finished 11th in the Breeders&#146; Cup Mile at Santa Anita on Oct. 25, was at Hollywood Park being prepared for a start in the Grade 1 Citation Handicap next Friday. An 8-year-old, Shakis won 7 of 34 starts and $860,532. \n"He was a barn favorite," McLaughlin said.\nOwned and bred by Shadwell Farm, Shakis raced on three continents &#150; Asia, Europe and North America. \nIn Europe, as a 3-year-old in 2003, Shakis was second in two Group 3 races. In Dubai, he placed in a Group 3 race over 1 1/8 miles on turf in 2005 and was later 10th behind Electrocutionist in the $6 million Dubai World Cup in 2006.\nShakis was sent to the United States, and McLaughlin&#146;s stable, in the spring of 2007. Aside from the wins in the Barnard Baruch, he was third in the Grade 1 Manhattan Handicap at Belmont Park in 2007 and second in the Grade 1 Shadwell Turf Mile at Keeneland on Oct. 4 of this year.