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Here Comes Frazier to Have Surgery

Trainer Ken McPeek said Oct. 11 that Here Comes Frazier  is “doing good” as of late Monday afternoon and in stable condition at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital near Lexington. The 2-year-old colt was taken to the facility after a racing accident during the stretch run of the Oct. 9 Bourbon Stakes (gr. IIIT) at Keeneland.

??Here Comes Frazier had the lead over 11 rivals when he swerved into the rail just before the eighth pole and sent jockey Julien Leparoux into the infield. Leparoux was not seriously hurt, but reported via Twitter he has ligament damage in his right hand. An MRI was scheduled for the evening of Oct. 10 in order to determine the extent of the injury.??

McPeek had high hopes for Here Comes Frazier, a son of Badge of Silver   who had broken his maiden by seven lengths in his career debut at Arlington Park.??“He is one of the most talented horses I’ve ever had,” McPeek said



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