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08.07.2020

Macho Uno's Unmachable Rockets to Second Stakes Victory

Unmachable collared Gold Crusher in the final strides for a half-length victory in the Seattle......

Unmachable collared Gold Crusher in the final strides for a half-length victory in the Seattle Slew Stakes for 3-year-old colts and geldings at Emerald Downs for the second stakes victory of his young career.

Ridden by Javier Matias at 120 lbs, Unmachable ran 6 ½ furlongs in 1:15.84 and paid $5.60 as the betting choice. Jack McCartney is the winning trainer for owner Tawnja Elison of Eagle, Idaho.

A Washington-bred by Macho Uno, Unmachable is 2-1-2 in five lifetime starts with earnings of $71,065, including $22,000 for Thursday’s victory. The gelding debuted last September with a victory in the Washington Cup Juvenile, followed by a second in the Gottstein Futurity. He traveled to Phoenix and finished third in a stakes late last year and was third while making his 2020 debut in an allowance test here last month.

Unmachable settled about 10 lengths off the pace as Tig and Vroysky dueled through fractions of :22.14 and :44.52, gathered momentum into the lane and surged in the final furlong to tag Gold Crusher in the shadow of the wire.

Gold Crusher, ridden by Eddie Martinez at 121 lbs, powered past Tig into the lane and appeared home free for the victory, but Unmachable’s late rally was too much to withstand.

Muncey, with Jennifer Whitaker riding, closed ground to finish third, while Wilson to Lockett, Tig, Mosquito Fleet and Vroysky rounded out the order of finish.

Likely next up for Unmachable is the Muckleshoot Derby at 1 1/16 miles is next for 3-year-olds, tentatively scheduled for September 5.

-edited from www.emeralddowns.com 

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08.04.2020

Mucho Macho Man's Mongolian Wind Preakness-Bound After Manitoba Derby Score

Andrew Stronach’s three-year-old bay gelding, Mongolian Wind, ran a terrific race late Monday......

Mongolian Stables and Andrew Stronach’s three-year-old bay gelding, Mongolian Wind, ran a terrific race late Monday to capture the 72nd annual Manitoba Derby.

But the victory at Assiniboia Downs is just a precursor to a major outing in the fall. The Kentucky-bred son of Mucho Macho Man is expected to run the 2020 Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Maryland in early October.

"I want him to run him in the Preakness and I wanted to give him one more race. It’s good for us, it’s good for Manitoba, it’s good for everybody," said the Ontario-based owner. "My family owns the (Preakness) track and we want to support it. He’s just learning how to run."

Mongolian Wind, somehow carrying just 7-1 odds in the feature race with a rare 10:35 p.m. post time, with jockey Wilmer Galviz aboard, engaged the leader, Mr. Unusual, midway through the mile-and-one-eighth race and burst ahead for the stretch run.
He held off Mr. Unusual, while pre-race favourite Something Natural finished third.

"The whole bumping thing, the horse seems to get more aggressive. He’s a fighter. He didn’t want to let that other horse by him (down the stretch)," said Stronach. "He likely couldn’t see him because he had blinkers on but he could maybe hear him. He showed heart. He’s got heart."

Mucho Macho Man is the North American's leading Third Crop Sire and #1 overall sire by 2020 average earnings/starter. He's also Kentucky's #1 Third Crop Sire by blacktype winners/starters.

-edited copy & photo from www.winnipegfreepress.com

 

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