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  • Mucho Macho Man Sharp in Comeback Victory, By Dave Litfin, DRF

    OZONE PARK, N.Y. – Making his first start since the Belmont Stakes, Mucho Macho Man ($4.90) returned in a big way at Aqueduct on Wednesday, winning a second-level allowance by 5 3/4 lengths under a hand ride. Breaking to the lead out of the chute under Ramon Dominguez, Mucho Macho Man set fractio...

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  • Mucho Macho Man Owners Thank Fans, Trackside with C-J Jennie

    Dean and  Patti Reeves, majority owners of Mucho Macho Man, sent out this email today thanking their horse’s many fans and reflecting on their magical ride up to and through the Triple Crown, the highs and lows. An update from Reeves Thoroughbred Racing: MUCHO MACHO MAN  finished 7th Saturday at ...

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  • Dominguez Will Ride ‘Macho Man’ in Belmont By Blood-Horse Staff

    Reeves Thoroughbred Racing and Dream Team One Racing Stable’s Mucho Macho Man will have a new rider in the June 11 Belmont Stakes (gr. I). Ramon Dominguez will be aboard the 3-year-old son of Macho Uno  , the jockey’s agent, Steve Rushing, told Daily Racing Form June 1. Dominguez was 2010’s Eclip...

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  • Haskin’s Preakness Report: Mucho Macho Becomes a Man, Blood-Horse

    It wasn’t over the course of the mile and a quarter Kentucky Derby (gr. I) that Mucho Macho Man went from being a big gangly kid to a man. It wasn’t over the last half-mile of the race or even the last quarter. It was only in the last 100 yards that the proverbial light […]

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  • Kentucky Derby: Mucho Macho Man’s owners do their part for Coa, sport By Mike Welsch, DRF

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. – There has been no more compelling story at this year’s Kentucky Derby than that of Mucho Macho Man, whose trainer Kathy Ritvo is a heart-transplant survivor and whose former rider, Eibar Coa, has made a remarkable recovery since being left temporarily paralyzed from a riding mis...

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  • Mucho Macho Man Runs Big to Take Risen Star By Jason Shandler, Blood-Horse

    With Rajiv Maragh picking up the mount for the injured Eibar Coa, Mucho Macho Man held off Santiva   to win the $300,000 Risen Star Stakes (gr. II) (VIDEO) by 1 1/2 lengths Feb. 19 at Fair Grounds. Mucho Macho Man shipped in from Florida where he finished fourth in the Jan. 30 Holy Bull (gr. III)...

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