12/11/2012 4:10PM

Hollywood: Stute remains hospitalized

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INGLEWOOD, Calif. - Retired trainer Mel Stute remained hospitalized early Tuesday after striking his head in a fall at his home last Saturday.

Stute was taken out of intensive care Monday and is expected to be hospitalized until the end of the week, according to his son, trainer Gary Stute.

“He doesn’t want to be in the hospital,” Gary Stute said. “They’ll keep him for a couple of more days.”

Mel Stute is best known as the trainer of Snow Chief, the champion 3-year-old colt of 1986.

 

Kelly Gredvig More than 1 year ago
Hey Hoolywood, want to make a great movie? Make one about Mel Stute's life. One of the greatest characrers ever in the horseracing game. Love you Mel, get well soon.
Thomas Cook More than 1 year ago
Everyone busy gloating over gambling wins or bashing others...sad...I hope Mr Sturdy gets well soon and he and his family have a Merry Christmas at home together.. God speed.
Thomas Cook More than 1 year ago
Sorry spell check..Mr Stute and family.
DavidM More than 1 year ago
I assumed Mr. Sturdy was a nickname :)
David Robinson More than 1 year ago
not that i have anything bad to say about mel and i hope he recovers soom, but this is a horse racing forum. pardon us for talking about gambling. yjay is what the sport is about.