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Reckless Jerry Has Lung Infection

Trainer Kenny Smith says scoping results after Dream Walkin’ Farms’ Reckless Jerry turned in a listless 10th place effort in the Rebel Stakes last Saturday showed the colt had a lung infection.

 

Veterinarians treated the son of Cactus Ridge with antibiotics and Smith has kept Reckless Jerry from the track since the race. The colt will be scoped again following his next major exercise to see if the infection has cleared up. Smith says any plans for races like the Arkansas Derby (G1) April 14 are on hold and doubtful at this point.

 

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anyone heard if he's back in training?
Oh, that's too bad. I really like him! Get well soon and then show them how you can run!
Get well!

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