'Wiggle' Wins Four Corners

New Mexico-bred Wiggle Wiggle Wiggle keeps perfect record intact with first stakes win.

June 16, 2013

Wiggle Wiggle Wiggle just wins, wins, wins. The filly by the First Down Dash stallion Maknmoves won for the third time in as many starts on Sunday as she captured the $95,410 Four Corners Futurity (G3) at SunRay Park.

Bred by Carolyn Giles, owned by Jason Giles and trained by Wesley Giles, the New Mexico-bred dashed 350 yards in :17.362 to win by three-parts of a length under jockey Jorge Bourdieu. She was sent off as the 7-2 second choice in the wagering after posting the fifth-fastest time in her trial win. In her lone start before the trials, she easily won a maiden contest at SunRay. Wiggle Wiggle Wiggle, who has now earned $52,943 in her three wins, is out of the unraced Mr Eye Opener mare Stars In My Eye.

Nelson Palomo’s Winter Haven, a Utah-bred colt by FDD Dynasty, finished second as the 3-5 favorite and fastest qualifier. Owner Jason Giles and trainer Wesley Giles also teamed on third-place finisher Westernshines, a Louisiana-bred gelding by First To Shine.