Chelokee Given '50-50 Chance' to Survive

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Chelokee, who suffered a dislocated right front ankle during the running of the May 2 Alysheba Stakes (gr. III) at Churchill Downs, has “at least a 50-50 chance" of survival, according to prominent equine surgeon Larry Bramlage. The dark bay or brown colt suffered torn ligaments, but no bones were broken.

“He dislocated the sesamoids about five centimeters, a little more than two

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