Mucho Macho Man took Dean and Patti Reeves to the top of the sport during his ontrack career, highlighted by a win in the 2013 Breeders&rsquo; Cup Classic. Now the Georgia&#45;based owners are banking on their star runner getting them back there with his foals.The Reeveses made their biggest market endorsement of Mucho Macho Man&rsquo;s foals yet at the Fasig&#45;Tipton New York&#45;bred yearling sale, buying a pair of youngsters by the 9&#45;year&#45;old son of Macho Uno for a combined $190,000.The pair of New York&#45;bred purchases brings the total Mucho Macho Man yearlings owned by the Reeveses to eight. &ldquo;He gives a lot of leg, a good body on them, and a lot of bone,&rdquo; Dean Reeves said about Mucho Macho Man. &ldquo;The people that have talked to me about their weanlings and yearlings have been very satisfied.&rdquo;The New York additions included Everybodysgotaman, a colt out of the North Light mare Strolling North from the family of Grade 1 winner First Dude who hammered for $140,000.&ldquo;That particular colt, we thought was spectacular,&rdquo; Reeves said. &ldquo;He looked like he was ready to go to the races. Mucho Macho Man stamped him as a son. He looked just like him. He had a lot of the same tendencies. He was one of those &lsquo;gotta have&rsquo; horses.&rdquo;Rounding out the purchases was a filly out of the Indian Charlie mare Wabanaki &ndash; from the family of Grade 1 winners Military and Molly Morgan &ndash; who brought $50,000.The Reeveses also were active supporters of the stallion when his first foals were weanlings, making two purchases at last year&rsquo;s fall mixed sales totaling $110,000.Mucho Macho Man has 67 foals in his debut crop, but his name has been slow to appear in auction catalogs. He had seven weanlings sell last year for an average of $31,143. His nine yearlings, including short yearlings from the mixed sales earlier this year, brought an average of $45,778.&ldquo;There&rsquo;s just not a lot of Mucho Macho Mans out there,&rdquo; Reeves said. &ldquo;I think most people have been very satisfied with the horses that they&rsquo;ve gotten, so they&rsquo;re keeping them, and there&rsquo;s not a lot out there for sale.&ldquo;I think a couple years from now, people are going to wish they&rsquo;d bought them at the prices you can get them at right now.&rdquo;Mucho Macho Man stands at Adena Springs in Paris, Ky., for an advertised fee of $10,000.