Saturday, July 27, 2013

Update on Clayton

Hello Everyone!
     Thank you all so much for your well wishes and prayers.  Clay's surgery went fine:  he is now the proud owner of a equine bio-prosthetic aortic valve.  The surgeon said it went well, and now Clay's cantering down the road to recovery (couldn't resist that!)
      I will keep you posted.

Rhonda

20 comments:

John said...

All our prayers for a speedy and complete recovery.

John

w said...

I'm sure it is a champion race horse for sure!

How long will they keep him in hospital? Do you think he will be up to visitors on Sunday? Some of us who are in the Boise area might try to make a get well visit. :-)

Retired Geezer said...

Best Wishes,

Retired Geezer @ blogidaho

Robin said...

Thanks for the update, it is greatly appreciated.

Ed H said...

Thanks for the update. Good to hear all is going well. We look forward to his first blog post whinny is recovered. :-)

Kirk Parker said...

Great news, thanks!

This may also give him more horse sense...

Eric said...

Great news! Best wishes to him!

Eric in Texas

Gladorn said...

We are happy to hear the good news on Clayton Cramer. I'm sure he'll be back in the saddle soon!

Jeffro said...

Yay!

keathwarlick said...

Get well very soon, Mr. Cramer.

Doug said...

Thank you for the update, Mrs. C. Give him my best get well wishes from down here in Arizona.

John Cunningham said...

great news re Clayton! I suppose we will see a big increase in horseplay, frontrunning to the max, etc.

Billll said...

Speedy recovery for Clayton. A friend of mine got the bovine version a few weeks ago. We now know why the grass on the other side of the fence seems so attractive.

brian said...

This is great news, Rhonda. Thanks for the update. Brian

Jim said...

Wonderful news!!! Please do keep us posted!

Dave in St. Louis said...

Always good to hear that things went well. Best wishes on the road to full recovery.

TOTWTYTR said...

Glad to hear this. I'm sure he'll get some good blog fodder out of his recovery.

Sigivald said...

Best wishes, Clayton!

Michael K said...

Good luck. It's a hell of a lot better then the Starr Edwards valves of my day although they were lifesavers at the time.

Stephen Milborrow said...

Get well soon my friend
Steve