Puerto Rican jockey Edgardo Zayas returns to action at the Gulfstream Park racetrack, after recovering from a surgical intervention that was performed on him.
Líder He reported on that operation performed on the labrum, which is a tissue that protects the cavity of the shoulder joint, which prevents the upper part of the arm bone from separating from the cavity. There are cases where the labrum can be injured or worn down over time. This is corrected by arthroscopic surgery, which is what Zayas underwent.
At the time of his surgery, Zayas had won, in 2021, 225 races. It was estimated that his return could have been at the end of March or the beginning of April. However, it is now at the end of June, when the outstanding jockey from Puerto Rico returns to action.
It will be, God willing, next Friday, June 24th, his agent signed from that date, three mounts, which will be the Flag Woman horses in the third race; Don't Get Khozy in the seventh and Li Li Bear in the eighth. Six times Zayas has won more than 200 races per year.