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Heritage Place Futurity Trials: Day 1

Dashair filly posts fastest qualifying time from the first night of trials.
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Jesses Dashair, an Oklahoma-bred Dashair filly campaigned by Celia Kinsey and Sandy K. Wood, posted the fastest qualifying time from the first night of 350-yard Heritage Place Futurity (G1) trials at Remington Park.

Ridden by Ricky Ramirez for trainer Trey Wood and aided by a reported 8-mph tail wind, Jesses Dashair on Friday won the 10th of 11 trials by a neck in :17.392 on a wet fast and sealed track. The sorrel filly was winning for the second time in four starts -- all at Remington Park -- and boosting her bankroll to $30,744.

Jesses Dashair was bred by Terry and Irene Stennett, and she was an $8,000 purchase at last year's Heritage Place Yearling Sale in Oklahoma City. The filly is out of Jesses Peach, a winning 10-year-old daughter of 1994 champion 2-year-old Mr Jess Perry.

Sam W. Green's Uptowne Babe, the second-fastest qualifier from Friday, ran second to Jesses Dashair in the 10th heat. Rolando Raudales rode the homebred Mr Jess Perry filly for trainer Pedro Hernandez-Pulido.

Uptowne Babe was coming off of a third-place finish in the April 20, 330-yard Remington Park Futurity (RG1) for Oklahoma-breds. The filly has earned $108,155 from four races.

Click here for a complete list of qualifiers from Friday.