Magnum Moon ‘Doing His Part’ In Recovery At Cornell Ruffian

Robert and Lawana Low’s Arkansas Derby winner Magnum Moon is still progressing in his recovery from a “structural injury” suffered to one of his forelegs in June, reports bloodhorse.com. He has been at Cornell Ruffian Equine Specialists, across the street from Belmont Park, for the duration of the process.

“He’s just stable at this point in time,” said bloodstock agent and racing manager Jacob West. “As I said (in June), we’ve got a million hurdles to jump, and he’s jumping them. He’s doing his part, and the vets at Cornell are doing their part. They’ve been amazing.”

Eventually the Lows hope that Magnum Moon can have a stallion career, but it is unlikely he will be ready for the 2019 breeding season.

Read more at bloodhorse.com.

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