Baffert suffers heart attack in advance of Dubai race
DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES | Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert suffered a heart attack early Monday in Dubai where he was preparing to run Game On Dude in the $10 million Dubai World Cup.
Baffert’s assistant, Jim Barnes, said from Santa Anita racetrack in Arcadia, Calif., that Baffert, 59, was “doing very good” after having three stents inserted in two arteries. Barnes said he had spoken to the trainer’s wife, Jill, who had accompanied her husband to the Middle East, along with their young son, Bode.
Barnes said Jill Baffert told him the procedure went well and “everything should be fine.” Bank Stadium in Baltimore. Chelsea played a match at Fedex Field in 2005, a 2-1 win over D.C. United.
The Landover venue also will feature a friendly May 30 between the U.S. national team and Brazil. Tigers begin the season on April 5 at home against Boston.