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Jess Macho Corona

Jess Macho Corona qualifies to the All American Derby.
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2016 sorrel gelding
Corona Cartel-Jess Send Me by Feature Mr Jess


Race Record: 11-4-3-4 $309,082
Breeder: Turner Farms
Owner: Gary Nutt and Turner Farms
Trainer: Paul C. Jones
Qualifying Jockey: Raul Ramirez Jr.
Qualifying Time: :21.507

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RACE RECORD: This solid runner last year was second in the Ed Burke Million Futurity (G1) and the Golden State Million Futurity (G1). In his start before the All American Derby trials, he won a July 27 allowance. 

In Trial 12, he finished third behind Ryansmanonthemoon and America Rules. 

BREEDER: Tommie Turner’s life changed when he bought Jess Send Me as a yearling. The mare had an accomplished racing career, and has helped his Turner Farms produce as a breeder the earners of more than $447,000. 

OWNER: The partnership of Turner Farms and Gary Nutt race this gelding. Alone, Turner Farms has raced the earners of more than $996,000, led by Jess Send Me and One Hot Habit ($189,599). 

TRAINER: The sport’s all-time leading trainer, Paul Jones has trained the earners of more than $86.5 million since 1987, and was the sport’s champion trainer from 2002-2015. 

He trained All American Futurity winners Teller Cartel, No Secrets Here and Runnning Brook Gal, and All American Derby winners Noconi and Inseperable. 

QUALIFYING JOCKEY: Last year, Raul Ramirez Jr. guided Apocalyptical Jess to win the All American Futurity. Since 1989, the jockey has ridden 1,394 winners from 10,390 starters and the earners of more than $22.8 million. Other top runners include the likes of JLS Dasn And Zoomn ($514,345), Jess A Saint ($504,086), Ivan James ($463,647) and Blue Corazon ($420,400). 

PEDIGREE: Jess Macho Corona is by leading living sire Corona Cartel, who has sired the earners of more than $61.9 million, including all-time leading distaffer Blues Girl Too ($2,232,328). The syndicated stallion stands at Lazy E Ranch at Guthrie, Oklahoma, and is also the sire of qualifier America Rules.

Jess Send Me was second in the 2011 All American Futurity and earned $361,595 in her career, and has also produced the likes of stakes winner Jess Send It ($61,991).