After undergoing extensive knee surgery Sept. 5 at Scone Veterinary Clinic, Grand Lodge is recovering well, according to a report by the Australian Associated Press."The surgery could not of gone any better," said Woodlands Stud bloodstock manager Trevor Lobb. "He's up and eating, but we won't really know for the next few days how his longer term future looks. "Things are certainly looking a lot better than they did on Thursday."Grand Lodge fractured his knee in a paddock accident at Woodlands Thursday, Sept. 4.A son of champion Chief's Crown out of the Habitat mare La Papagena, Grand Lodge is represented by 35 stakes winners, including 11 in 2003. This year's group includes Australian group I winners Ambulance and Freemason. Grand Lodge's fee is A$38,500. He stood the Northern Hemisphere season at Coolmore Stud in Ireland.