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Black Mango

Status:
Deceased
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Bred:
California (USA) by Black Muscat Racing
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Rating:
4.12/10  

Black Mango - Race Results & Past Performances

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RIP .... horrific accident involving two horses/jockeys at Golden Gate. Jockey Jose Delgadillo OK, while Navin Mangalee is undergoing precautionary tests at hospital.. The other horse, Thirsty For More, reported OK with no serious injuries. Highs and lows of horseracing. It was hard to watch this and then switch gears to to celebrate Game On Dude's win immediately following (on TVG)...
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  • cocoa2 · very bad move by the 7, really hope Flores is going to come out of it with cleaner riding · 1240 days ago
  • rjkoza21 · This accident happened near the 1/8th pole - right in front of the grandstand. Terrible! Mangalee lying on the track and Black Mango, standing, as brave as ever, waiting for his fate. #7 was DQ'ed. This was the second DQ for that horse. Two races before, the #7 (Blast The Cat), threw his jockey at the gate and lept over the rail. My thoughts are with Navin Mangalee and the brave Black Mango. I find it hard to get them out of my mind. · 1229 days ago

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