News - Breeding December  9, 2022

Grade 1 KJ Mucho Macho Man To Louisiana For 2022


KJ Mucho Macho Man, under jockey Alan Hernandez, qualifying for the 2020 Grade 1 $1,078,098 All American Derby at Ruidoso Downs.

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OPELOUSAS, LA—DECEMBER 28, 2021—Kj Mucho Macho Man SI 96, runner-up in the 2020 Grade 1 $393,813 Texas Classic Derby, will stand his second season at Louisiana Center For Equine Reproduction in Opelousas, Louisiana. His fee has been set at $2,250, with consideration.

"KJ Mucho Macho Man is an exceptionally well bred horse, with the sport's leading sire as his sire, and out of a Grade 1 winning Tres Seis mare. It does not get much better than that," LACER's breeding manager Stephen Deville said today.

"That same cross is popping up more and more successfully, including this year's All American Futurity winner, KJ Desperado. I think he will do great here in Louisiana," he added.

Kj Mucho Macho Man won or placed in 14 of 19 career starts, to 4, earning $293,474. He was also second in the Texas Classic Derby(G1), Texas Classic Juvenile, third in the West Texas Futurity(G2) and Ruidoso Invitational. He was also a finalist in the All American Derby(G1), Rainbow QH Derby(G1), All American QH Gold Cup(G1) and Z Wayne Griffin Directors Handicap.

KJ Mucho Macho Man, under jockey Alan Hernandez, qualifying to the $393,813 Texas Classic Derby)G1) on November 7th at Lone Star Park.
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KJ Mucho Macho Man is a son of AQHA Racing's leading 2021 sire of money earners, world champion Apollitical Jess SI 107 ($1,399,831). In only 8 crops to race, he has 97 stakes winners, 9 champions, 496 winners and earning of over $46.5 million.

Apollitical Jess's top performers include Apocalyptical Jess SI 103 (champion 3 times, to 5, 2021, $2,238,318, All American Futurity-G1, etc.), Apollitical Blood SI 99 (champion, $1,519,800, All American Derby-G1, etc.), Hold Air Hostage SI 108 (champion twice, $1,415,551, All American Derby-G1, etc.), Apollitical Gold SI 96 (champion, to 3, 2021, $999,075, Golden State Million Futurity-G1, etc.), etc.

Kj Mucho Macho Man's dam is the Grade 1 Rainbow Futurity winner Wild Six SI 103 ($601,632) by Tres Seis. She is the dam of 14 ROM, 12 winners, 4 black type including stakes winner Jess Wild For You SI 88 (2 wins at 2, $100,155), Grade 1-placed KJ Mucho Macho Man SI 96 (see above), Grade 2-placed Wild Sixes Cartel SI 93 ($111,572), stakes-placed Wild And Game SI 96 ($25,338), etc.

Wild Six is the grandddam of stakes-placed G1-finalist Kj Daisy Duke SI 94 ($71,426 to 3, 2021) and Kj Brandy SI 95 ($20,396 at 2, 2021, 3rd in the Rainbow Juvenile), etc.

The second dam Wild Vines SI 90, by The Signature, is a G3-finalist and half-sister to New Mexico Breeders Quarter Horse Derby (RG3) winner Arbor MIst SI 106 ($130,397) and RG3-placed Love That Chapelle SI 96 ($135,836), etc. This is the family of New Mexican Spring Futurity (RG2) winner Honky Tonk Daddy SI 95 ($231,234), stakes-placed Daddys Mony SI 91 ($47,27 at 2, 2021), stakes-placed Jenna Cartel SI 93 ($35,582), etc.

For breeding contacts or more information call Stephen Deville, LACER Breeding Manager, at (225) 202-2104.


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