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Race Record: 4-3-0-1 $452,335
Breeder: Bill Price (OK)
Owner: Raymundo Villarreal Jr.
Trainer: Blane Wood
Qualifying Jockey: Ricky Ramirez
Qualifying Time: :21.385 (Trial 25)
Race Record: Heritage Place Futurity (G1) winner BP Cartels Alibi earned his way into his second seven-figure race via a dead-heat win with Aha Moment in the 25th trial.
Breeders: A resident of Thackerville, Oklahoma, Bill Price since 1986 has bred in his own name 303 Quarter Horses, of which 198 have started races and 126 have returned as winners. Altogether, they have earned more than $6.7 million, and 20 have won stakes, led by champion A Real Man ($308,819); Heritage Place Futurity (G1) winner and track record setter Southern Takes All ($369,093); Grade 1 winner A Snowy Cartel ($316,925); Grade 2 winners Southern Cartel ($360,361) and Cartel Success ($181,497); and other graded stakes winners BP Shes Southern ($278,978) and JA Fast Lady ($146,946).
Owner: A resident of Mission, Texas, Raymundo Villarreal Jr. also races Eyegotitgoinon ($55.065), who ran in the July 22 Rainbow Futurity (G1) and Trey Wood and Ricky Ramirez put in the winner’s circle at the May 20 Easy Jet Stakes (RG3) at Remington Park.
Trainer: Training Quarter Horses since 1975, Blane Wood has sent out 711 winners and the earners of more than $10.9 million from 3,741 starts, including champions Leading Spirit and Haulin Pass. Wood conditioned three qualifiers in last year’s All American Futurity, with Jess Send Me finishing second, Lethal Volt fifth and Denver Pass seventh. Wood is assisted by his son Trey, who sent out Bodacious Dash to score in the 2010 Texas Classic Futurity (G1).
Qualifying Jockey: Riding many horses for the father-and-son team of Blane and Trey Wood, Ricky Ramirez won the 2010 Texas Classic Futurity (G1) aboard Bodacious Dash and scored in the May 26 Heritage Place Futurity (G1) on BP Cartels Alibi. Since 2003, Ramirez has ridden the winners of 608 races and the earners of more than $13.1 million from 3,636 starts.
Pedigree: The colt is by Grade 1 winner Corona Cartel ($557,142). The 18-year-old son of Holland Ease is the third-all-time leading sire, with progeny earnings of more than $38.8 million. From 1,010 starters, Corona Cartel has sired five champions, 119 other stakes winners and 587 other winners.
BP Cartels Alibi is one of eight winners from nine starters out of the graded stakes-placed Chicks Beduino mare My Ladys Alibi ($70,127), who has produced the earners of $604,860. My Ladys Alibi is out of the Grade 1-winning Sir Alibi mare Ima Ladys Alibi ($115,678), who from 12 starters has produced seven winners and the earners of $170,490.
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