he University hospital in Dublin was able to diagnose the cause of injury during the Longines Grand Prix of Dublin was due to a significant injury to the superficial flexor tendon. After further investigation and diagnoses, Cellagon Lambrasco, otherwise known as Mops, will return home next week.
“Cellagon Lambrasco was able to be stabilized well following the last few days after Dublin Horse show and will finally be able to return home early next week.”
“During his further checkups at Dublin’s University clinic a grave injury at his superficial digital flexor tendon has been determined. The healing process will no doubt require a long time, but we are very happy to have him back home by the coming week. He will be cared and groomed with all our love and patience.”
“We also want to say ‘Thank you’ for all the lovely words and well wishes we received. It was amazing, how many people sent their heartfelt thoughts to Mops!”
Source: CZ/Official statement