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Lauren Hough to Undergo Minor Knee Surgery

Lauren & Quick Study in the $86,000 Marshall & Sterling Insurance Grand Prix CSI2* at WEF 2016

Lauren & Quick Study in the $86,000 Marshall & Sterling Insurance Grand Prix CSI2* at WEF 2016

On Saturday, January 24, Lauren Hough, who holds the #5 position in the Rolex USEF national rankings, sustained a knee injury from a fall while schooling a horse at her Wellington, Florida, stables. She will undergo minimally invasive arthroscopic surgery to repair a minor meniscus tear on Tuesday, February 2. Meniscal tears are very common in sports-related injuries, but luckily, they can be easily and successfully treated. Recovery from arthroscopic meniscal tear surgery is relatively quick, and Lauren will return to the competition ring in three to four weeks. 

While out of the saddle, she will continue to coach her group of students and work with her team to keep her internationally strong string of horses, Cornet 39, Quick Study and Ohlala, in top form as she prepares for an exciting season to come.