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Mucho Macho Man...and the other Uncle

When Uncle Mo cruised to a 14 ¼-length victory in his maiden last August at Saratoga, I felt a little sorry for Dean and Patti Reeves.  They aren't connected to Uncle Mo, nor are they the type who would generally inspire - or want - sympathy.  They are unusually genial, humble, stylish and successful. 


It’s just that the fledgling owners, who bought their first racehorse in 2007, had five horses in training last summer -  and one was a 2-year-old named Uncle Joe. A month before Uncle Mo turned heads, Uncle Joe ran in a maiden race at the Spa.. Read More

 

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