All American Futurity Qualifier: Reagal Eagle

Sorrel colt, One Famous Eagle-Corona Deluxe by Corona Cartel

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Race record: 6-2-1-0 $68,640
Breeder: Lucas Racing Inc
Nahum and Rosella Prieto
Eduardo Gonzalez
Qualifying jockey:
Larry Gamez
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Race record: Reagal Eagle edged to a length victory in the 13th trial on Day 2, becoming the final qualifier to join the Top 10. In his second out, he was a finalist in the West Texas Juvenile Invitational (R). Most recently, he was fifth in the Rainbow Futurity (G1).

Breeder: Breeder Lucas Racing Inc. of New Market, Maryland, has bred the earners of more than $7.1 million. The include world champion Wave Carver and champions Ocean Runaway and Cash For Kas.

Owner: Nahum and Rosella Prieto of El Paso, Texas, are familiar with the All American Futurity winner’s circle – they owned 2003 winner By By JJ.

Trainer: Training American Quarter Horses in official races only since 2009, Eduardo Gonzalez has sent out 43 winners in 275 races, for a win percentage of 15.6. They also have finished second or third in 81 races, for a win/place/show percentage of 45. Horses conditioned by Gonzalez have earned more than $1.27 million.

Qualifying jockey: An American Quarter Horse jockey since 1978, Larry Gamez is enjoying what already is his best year ever, with his mounts earning more than $800,000 through the middle of August. In his career in official races, Gamez has ridden 4,427 starters that have earned more than $3.6 million and 609 have come back as winners.

Pedigree: Young sire One Famous Eagle is only on his second crop of runners, but already has an All American Futurity winner under his belt – One Dashing Eagle won the 2012 edition on his way to becoming the sport’s world champion. One Famous Eagle has from two crops sired the earners of more than $4.1 million. He is also the sire of finalist Hes Relentless.

Dam Corona Deluxe is a Grade 1 placed earner of $168,135. She finished third in the 2006 Kindergarten Futurity (G1) and was a finalist in five additional Grade 1s. The mare is also the producer of stakes winner Country Boy Deluxe (by Country Chicks Man, $80,517). Second dam First Down N Surfin ran third in the 2000 All American Futurity (G1).