I'll Have Another's biggest racing fan, Hope Hudson, is finally home from the hospital after her courageous surgery. 12-year-old Hope underwent her 10th operation on Aug. 8 to help solve the symptoms with the rare connective tissue disorder Hajdu-Cheney syndrome.
Hope was able to become a much loved member of the I'll Have Another family with the help of the Make A Wish Foundation, traveling to each of the Triple Crown races and winning the hearts of the racing public with her positive attitude towards dealing with the disease.
The Hudson family posted the following message on the CaringBridge website, excited to share the news of Hope's homecoming:
“So happy to report today that Hope is resting comfortably at HOME!! When the doctor came in yesterday, he told her she was doing too well to be cooped up in a hospital. So there were just a few things she needed to take care of and we were home by yesterday evening. She slept great in bed next to mom.”
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