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Paynter in clinic in Saratoga with colitis

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  • #21
    It still looks grim but he is hanging in there. PowerUpPaynter.
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    • #22
      Originally posted by Florida Fan View Post
      Which was so sad.
      And far less explicable...here at least there's some faint hope if he beats the primary disease process he can recover, whereas with a leg like Barbaro's... Jingling for Paynter!
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      • #23
        That's a good way to look at it you can usually tell when they give up. Sorry to hear about the laminitis

        Originally posted by 2tempe View Post
        Twitter update an hour ago: Specialty vet brought in, Paynter has mild changes, and mild pain. Special casts put on to support feet. His appetite is good and the "big D" has shown improvement. They will hellp him fight as long as he shows he wants it.

        JINGLES.
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        • #24
          A brighter update tonight:Paynter update: cut and pasted from twitter....

          Paynter continues to amaze his vets by his resilience, class, charm, determination, what a horse. Indeed he is
          so special. . Paynter has been walking comfortably all day. This afternoon his diarrhea resolved and he passed formed manure.
          He was mildly uncomfortable when defecating, which is not uncommon in horses with colitis as the diarrhea resolves.
          He has had an intermittent low grade fever but his blood work continues to be normal. He continues to be treated aggressively.

          Please keep your good prayers and energy coming our champ is fighting and fighting hard
          We don't get less brave; we get a bigger sense of self-preservation........

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          • #25
            I wish they would consider hyperbaric chamber therapy.
            Karen Grimes, Horse Farm Realtor Ocala, owner Farm Tours of Ocala Just say no to snow! http://www.horsedirtforsale.com

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            • #26
              Paynter FB updated tonight:

              Paynter comfortable, still fighting illness

              Jingles from Oregon.

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              • #27
                Thanks!! Good news

                Originally posted by Justa Bob View Post
                Paynter FB updated tonight:

                Paynter comfortable, still fighting illness

                Jingles from Oregon.
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                • #28
                  Zayat Stables þ@ZayatStables
                  Here is @jazz3162 on ESPN radio discussing Paynters condition http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=8348589

                  Interesting and emotional interview. I don't know AZ from Adam, but I love him for his caring about the horse, and also his emotions re B. Baffert's father passing away.
                  We don't get less brave; we get a bigger sense of self-preservation........

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                  • #29
                    paynter improving!

                    This mornings news is good.!

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                    • #30
                      Now talk of resuming his racing career down the road.. amazing!

                      http://www.thoroughbredtimes.com/rac...ay-update.aspx

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                      • #31
                        Wow that's good news.

                        Originally posted by RussianBlue View Post
                        Now talk of resuming his racing career down the road.. amazing!

                        http://www.thoroughbredtimes.com/rac...ay-update.aspx
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                        • #32
                          Paynter had surgery today at New Bolton...
                          Prayers for this terrific horse!

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                          He was out of surgery around 1pm and is doing well!
                          http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-raci...hrough-surgery


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                          IN GOD WE TRUST
                          OTTB's ready to show/event/jumpers. Track ponies for perfect trail partners.
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                          • #33
                            Continued prayers for him and his connections. He certainly has been a fighter through all of this. Hopefully he is on the way to full health and happiness now.

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                            • #34
                              You know, I'm really impressed with Zayat - he seems to have a connection with his colt and really does care for him.

                              Hoping now that Paynter can finally reach full recovery now that that nasty abscess in the cecum is gone. He's got to feel so much better with that thing out of his gut.

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                              • #35
                                He's now at Fair Hill, as a resident of Bruce Jackson's therapy/rehab center. What a fighter. He looks good, if just a bit thin.

                                http://cs.bloodhorse.com/blogs/horse...-facility.aspx

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                                • #36
                                  I read the article this morning, he has a huge heart that's for sure.

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                                  • #37
                                    I am gobsmacked that he pulled through. What a freakin' horse. Kudos & massive respect from me to Zayat and the many, many folks involved in his treatment. I was more than a little wary that his struggle was being prolonged, but Zayat was very vocal about being ready to make a decision at the first sign from Paynter that it was time and I'll be darned, that horse really really DID want to fight. What a freakin' HORSE!
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