Dynasty Progress

From: The Dynasty Syndicate and Freemanstallions

Our thanks to Milnerton Veterinary Clinic and especially Drs Alistair Cameron and David Timpson for their swift action in saving the life of our hero Dynasty and for their constant and professional care in making sure that he has done as well as he has done thus far.
Dr Cameron told me this morning that there is a strong possibility that Dynasty might be able to return to his home with Mike Sharkey at Highlands by the end of the week. “We can’t ask him to do any more than he has done” – “his clinical parameters are normal, we have increased his food and will gradually take him up to full rations for a few days so that we can observe him before he leaves”. Dr Cameron also noted that he “has lightened up a little, but this is to be expected after what he has been through”.
Thanks for all of your good wishes and positive energy. Our most sincere apologies to those that have not been able to have their mares covered and to those whose mares need recovering and are not able to do that again this season. We are in the process of finalising the covering schedules and will compensate those affected as soon as possible.
We will keep you informed of progress once he has safely returned home. Please keep the positive energy flowing his way. Very much appreciated.

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