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'Blazn Chic' Heads Lou Wooten

Sophomore fillyCall Me A Blazn Chic headlines Lou Wooten/Sydney Valentini Handicap.

December 13, 2012

J and M Racing and Farm’s Call Me A Blazn Chic tries for her fourth-straight win when she races against fellow New Mexico-bred fillies and mares in the $85,000 Lou Wooten and Sydney Valentini Handicap (RG2) over 400 yards on Sunday afternoon at Sunland Park.

Call Me A Blazn Chic (Chicks A Blazin-Willie Call Me by Calyx) has scored two stakes wins during her winning streak. The streak started in August when she won the Pelican Stakes at The Downs at Albuquerque and won the $140,000 New Mexico Filly and Mare Championship in her most recent effort. She was the 13-10 favorite if the New Mexico Filly and Mare Championship and led from gate to wire to win by a neck for trainer Jaime Dominguez.

A 3-year-old, Call Me A Blazn Chic has had a very profitable career racing against New Mexico-breds. The winner of six of 14 starts with four seconds and a pair of thirds, she has banked $541,825.

Sierra Moseley’s Wonwabbitwon (Rabbits Rainbow-Win Comes Easy by Holland Ease) was second to Call Me A Blazn Chic in the New Mexico Filly and Mare Championship at 10-1 odds. She was second in an optional-claiming race two starts ago and third in the Four Coroners Senorita Stakes back in April.

Edilberto Estrada’s Little Bit Southern (Southern Corona-Averys Little Bit by Streakin La Jolla) should be dangerous after winning the Four Corners Senorita as the favorite and finishing third in the New Mexico Filly and Mare Championship. She also faced open mares in the Lubbock Stakes and finished sixth at 4-1 odds.