Wagon Tales Leads Day 2 of Heritage Trials
Final field is now set for $1 million final at Remington Park.
May 11, 2013
Brimming with confidence off his win in the $100,000 Remington Park Juvenile (R) in late April, Wagon Tales won his trial for the $1 million Heritage Place Futurity (G1) on Saturday night in Oklahoma City. The effort was good enough to post the top 350-yard clocking from the nine heats on the second evening of trials activity.
Owned by JNB Enterprises of Mission, Texas, and trained by Judd Kearl, Wagon Tales was ridden by Rodrigo Vallejo. The colt had no issues in cruising to his second straight win, crossing the finish in :17.242 over the fast track.
A 2-year-old colt by PYC Paint Your Wagon from the Shazoom mare Signs Zoomer, Wagon Tales was bred in Oklahoma by The Mixer Ranch.
Joining Wagon Tales from the second night of qualifying for the Grade 1, Heritage Place Futurity on June 1 are: This Candy Says Bye, :17.352; BV Pepper Shaker, :17.493; The Ultimate Eagle, :17.542 and Sheza Lady James, :17.570.
Already qualified to the Heritage Place Futurity from qualifying on May 10 are Hes Relentless, : 17.233; BP Wagon Train, :17.343; Pronto Alex, :17.409; Big Biz Perry, :17.436 and Beattie Feathers, :17.570.
Sunday racing at Remington Park will feature the $100,000 Bank of America Remington Championship Challenge (G1) as well as six trials for the $275,000 Heritage Place Derby (G2). The first race is at 1:30 p.m.
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