After Paddy O'Prado won the Grade II Dixie Stakes on Saturday it was discovered that he had broken a bone in his right front leg.
After Paddy O'Prado won the Grade II Dixie Stakes on Saturday it was discovered that he had broken a bone in his right front leg. ASSOCIATED PRESS
After Paddy O'Prado won the Grade II Dixie Stakes on Saturday it was discovered that he had broken a bone in his right front leg. ASSOCIATED PRESS

Paddy O'Prado retired due to injury in last win

May 24, 2011 12:00 AM

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