Top stayer Red Cadeaux, who was injured during the running of the Melbourne Cup, is “well on the mend” following surgery for that injury and will retire to a farm in Australia, the Racing Post reported Sunday.
The veteran gelding will retire to “Living Legends,” which the article describes as a “tourist attraction and home of rest for top racehorses.”
Trainer Ed Dunlop, who is now in Britain, said: “I can't stress enough the role the vets at Flemington racecourse as well as the University of Melbourne Veterinary Centre played and well done to all. Obviously his rehabilitation is ongoing and it will be some time until he's ready to be moved but he won't be coming home.”
Other residents of Living Legends include Melbourne Cup winners Rogan Josh, Might And Power, Doriemus, and Brew.
Read more at the Racing Post
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