The Monticello Miracle was an incident in which a racehorse at Monticello Raceway hit World War II veteran Don Karkos in the exact spot where he had received shrapnel and lost sight in one of his eyes during a World War II naval battle. This blow caused him to regain his sight, most likely by dislodging the shrapnel.
- Justin Rodriguez (2006). "The Monticello miracle: Freak racetrack accident restores vision". Times Herald-Record. Retrieved October 24, 2007.
- Tony Aiello (2006). "Man Nails Eye-fecta After 'Monticello Miracle' - Accidental Bump With Horse Restores Worker's Eyesight". WCBSTV - CBS Broadcasting Inc. Archived from the original on October 10, 2007. Retrieved October 24, 2007.
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