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For the next seven weeks, over 2,000 thoroughbreds will be stabled at Del Mar, many of them well-bred and headed for prestigious stakes races.
Great to see Paynter and Baffert on the video!
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Paynter, the winner of the Haskell Invitational last August who survived a bout with laminitis last summer and fall, emerged from his first workout of the year Tuesday in good condition, trainer Bob Baffert said Wednesday.
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[A press release from the University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center explains in detail the surgery and care given to the racehorse Paynter at the George Widener Hospital for Large Animals there. I’m sharing the release with only minor editing to be sure that the information is as they presented the story.
[October 4, 2012; Kennett Square, PA]—On Wednesday, October 3, Haskell Invitational winner Paynter, owned by Ahmed Zayat, underwent surgery at Penn Vet New Bolton Center to remove an abnormality in his intestines....]
Paynter is showing signs of improvement in his battle with Laminitis.
A tribute video to Haskell winner and Belmont runner-up Paynter who is fighting colitis and now laminitis. "Like" Pray For Paynter on Facebook for constant u...
Belmont Stakes (G1) runner-up Paynter dispatched Grade 1 winner Gemologist on the turn and easily held off a bid from Nonios to win the Haskell Invitational Stakes (G1) by 3 ¾ lengths on Sunday at Monmouth Park, giving Hall of Fame...
Paynter is scheduled to make his first start Friday since his spectacular Grade I victory in the Haskell Stakes in August. Since that time, Paynter sustained a life-threatening bout of colitis, as well as laminitis.
Owner Ahmed Zayat confirmed Dec. 26 that his Haskell Invitational (gr. I) winner Paynter will ship from Fair Hill Equine Therapy Center near Elkton, Md., to Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert's California barn Dec. 29"
All the best to Paynter and his wonderful owner, Ahmed Zayat.
A light, steady rain fell as the Cooper Horse Transport van pulled up to the barn at Bruce Jackson's Fair Hill Equine Therapy Center, located a stone's throw from Graham Motion's Herringswell Stable barn.
Footage of Paynter selling at the 2011 September Yearling Sale...
Top three-year-old Thoroughbred colt Paynter has been diagnosed with post-colitis laminitis at Upstate Equine Medical Center near Saratoga, New York. This blog post gives background on laminitis and its relationship to colitis.
WHEN THE Triple Crown season ended, the second season had much promise, even without Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner I'll Have Another. Then, Belmont Stakes winner Union Rags got hurt.