Ramon Dominguez talked slowly and thoughtfully, the way he often does
when answering questions. He spoke quietly, respectfully, and
Only this time, he wasn’t talking about his trip on a horse following
a race, or about the accomplishments of another fabulous year that
ended with an Eclipse Award.
He was talking about his health – literally his state of mind – and
his desire to get healthy and ultimately back to doing what he does so
well: riding race horses.
“I really feel excellent,” Dominguez said Tuesday afternoon in his first interview since suffering a skull fracture in a spill at Aqueduct on Jan. 18.