Boyd in Physical Therapy After Surgery

Two weeks ago, after I'd been hobbling around like a 90-year-old man, my doctors finally figured out that I had a torn adductor muscle in my left leg. It had completely torn away from the bone, and above that was a partial tear, and there was another tear on the right leg. Dr. Meyers in Philadelphia cut me open and stitched me back together again. On the bright side it’s the perfect time of year for me to be recovering and I’ve only missed a couple of events. Each day I go in for two hours Read more...

Boyd Update: Collarbone Surgery Successful

I'm here in New York City, recovering from surgery, and this place is unbelievable, all the sports stars are here. I must start with a big thanks to Mark Hart and the USOC, who really went to the well to make sure that I will be healed up as quickly as possible. After falling at Full Gallop on Wednesday, as soon as I landed I knew I’d broken my collarbone. After calling Silva my next call was to Mark Hart who’s been wonderful over the years helping Silva and I with various horse-related Read more...

Boyd Heading to NYC for Surgery

As most of Boyd’s fans have heard by now, he broke his collarbone in a fall from a horse yesterday in the novice division at Full Gallop Farm. Boyd was competing Amanda Thurston’s young horse Argon when the horse hesitated at a fence coming downhill and slipped at the same time. Boyd was kind enough to break the horse’s fall, with his collarbone acting as a shock absorber and preventing injury to the horse. Event Owners Task Force Chair Mark Hart has arranged through the USOC for Boyd Read more...
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