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Hollywood Park: Mel Stute, 85, hospitalized after fall
Trainer Mel Stute was hospitalized early Sunday after sustaining a head injury in a fall at his home on Saturday evening.
Stute remained hospitalized early Sunday afternoon, and was scheduled to undergo a CT-scan, according to his son, trainer Gary Stute.
“He was coherent and speaking when I saw him,” Stute said of an early morning visit on Sunday.
Stute, 85, has not had a starter since December 2011 but has maintained a presence as a visitor at the races in Southern California in the last year. He is best known as the trainer of Snow Chief, the winner of the 1986 Preakness Stakes and that year’s champion 3-year-old.
Get well soon , young feller !
Get well & feel better, Mel. Rob
Never to young to find another Snowy Mel, go get em young fella
Tells It Like It Is Great Longshot Trainer(Get Better Soon)-loluck-DS
Great Guy. Feel better soon. We'll miss you.
Get better Mel..Want to see you opening day at Santa Anita
Get well soon Mel!!!
get well soon old timer.
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