Dubai Sky recovering well after surgery
Sunday, March 22, 2015

The following article appeared in the Sunday, April 5 edition of the TDN: 

Three Chimneys Farm and Besilu Stable's Dubai Sky (Candy Ride), winner of the Mar. 21  Spiral S.(G3), suffered a condylar fracture to his left hind cannon bone during a gallop at Churchill Downs Saturday.

"The fracture was surgically repaired by Dr. Larry Bramlage at Rood and Riddle earlier this [Saturday] afternoon and Dubai Sky has recovered from surgery and is now safely back in his stall," reported Three Chimneys' Chief Operating Officer Chris Baker. "He will be out of training for several months, but with appropriate healing should make it back to the races."

Trained by Bill Mott, Dubai Sky broke his maiden over the Belmont turf last September and added a grassy optional claimer at Gulfstream in December. He opened his sophomore campaign with a win in the Jan. 24 Kitten's Joy S. and entered the Kentucky Derby (G1) picture with his 2 1/4-length tally in the Spiral S. at Turfway Park last time out.

Dubai Sky has won four of five starts to date for earnings of $439,080.

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