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The Best Kept Secret in Equine Athletics

The Best Kept Secret in Equine Athletics

Some of the BEST trainers in the business use MagnaWave to help their horses compete in races like the Kentucky Derby!

MagnaWave aids a horse in the post workout routine by assisting in recovery and reducing the soreness associated with muscle strain and lactic acid build up. MagnaWave can help a horse to train at its best, compete to its fullest, and bounce back from injury or work as quickly as possible. Regular use of MagnaWave relaxes the horse, reduces aches and pains, and improves general wellness.

Trainer Brad Cox uses MagnaWave in his barn to help his horses compete. This Kentucky Derby, Cox has THREE horses racing: Cyberknife, Tawney Port and Zozos. 

Several past Kentucky Derby winners have received the benefits of MagnaWave for a winning solution. Read on about the amazing trainers who help their horses race with MagnaWave!

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Brad H. Cox

About:
Cox is a Thoroughbred racehorse trainer who grew up just two blocks away from Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky.

Brad H. Cox had four winners at the 2020 Breeders’ Cup, helping Cox earn the Eclipse Award for Outstanding Trainer that year. In 2021, he won that title again after Essential Quality won the Belmont Stakes and Knicks Go won the Breeders’ Cup Classic; Mandaloun would later be awarded that year’s Kentucky Derby.

Brian A. Lynch

About:
An Australia native, Brian Lynch ventured to North America in 1986 to ride bulls on the rodeo circuit but later began training Quarter Horses and took out his Thoroughbred training license in 1992

Lynch began training on his own at Woodbine in 2006, and today divides his time between Toronto and South Florida. Top horses trained by Lynch include Grade 1 winners Grand Arch and Coffee Clique.

In 2016, Lynch earned his first career Breeders’ Cup victory when Oscar Performance powered to a clear triumph in the Juvenile Turf.

John A. Ortiz

About:
Ortiz is the son of former jockey Carlos Ortiz, who rode in Colombia before moving with his family to the U.S. to ride here.

Ortiz started his own training career in 2016 at age 30 and picked up his first win at Turfway Park in December. He built his career mainly in Kentucky and Arkansas over the next several years, and won his first graded stakes when Zulu Alpha captured the 2019 Sycamore Stakes at Keeneland.

Kenneth McPeek

About:
Kenneth McPeek was raised in Lexington, Kentucky and recieved his Thoroughbred Trainer’s License in 1985 upon graduating from University of Kentucky

McPeek has trained a number of racehorses, in 2002, he won the Belmont Stakes with Sarava. He has won back-to-back Spinster Stakes’ with Hard Buck (BRZ) & Prince Arch in 2004 & 2005. McPeek has won more than 226 stakes in his career, with 97 of them graded. Through November 27, 2021, he has 1,815 career wins with earning of more than $94 Million. 

Michael J. Maker

About:
Michael Maker is an American trainer of Thoroughbred racehorses. The son of a trainer, he learned the business from his father then set up his own public stable in 1991

Mike Maker’s most important wins came with Furthest Land in the 2009 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile and the 2011 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile with Hansen who would earn American Champion Two-Year-Old Colt honors. In 2010 he won the BlueGrass Stakeswith the colt Stately Victor which qualified him for the Kentucky Derby