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Speightstown recovering after colic surgery

Champion Speightstown, who currently ranks among the nation’s leading third-crop sires, is recovering after colic surgery on Thursday.


According to officials at WinStar Farm, where the 12-year-old by Gone West out of Silken Cat, by Storm Cat, stands for $35,000, Speightstown exhibited signs of colic while in his stall on Thursday. He was sent to Hagyard Equine Medical Institute, where he underwent successful surgery to correct a large colon torsion.

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