9-Year-Old Racehorse The Tin Man Retired due to Fracture

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The Tin Man, a 9-year-old multi-millionaire who has experienced continued stakes success on the racetrack, suffered a fractured knee while coming out of anesthesia following an Oct. 25 surgical procedure.

Trainer Richard Mandella, who was planning to race The Tin Man as a 10-year-old, has now been forced to retire the Affirmed gelding, who was campaigned as a homebred by Aury and Ralph

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