"Nitelife" suffers spell of atrial fibrillation
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After recovering from knee surgery and making it back into training, Dan Patch and O'Brien Award winning pacer I Luv The Nitelife has faced a second setback in her return to the races.
Richard Young, who co-owns the pacing filly along with Joanne Young, told Standardbred Canada's Trot Insider that the 4-year-old mare suffered a spell of atrial fibrillation in training last week. After spending the weekend at Hogan Equine under the watchful eye of Dr. Patty Hogan and her staff, Young reports positive news.