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My Fast Prize

My Fast Prize qualifies to the 2019 All American Futurity.

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MY FAST PRIZE
2017 sorrel colt
Mr Jess Perry-Coronas Fast Prize by Corona Cartel


Race Record: 4-0-2-0 $3,356
Breeder: Weetona Stanley
Owner: TYKHE Racing LLC
Trainer: Wesley Giles
Qualifying Jockey: Alan Hernandez 
Qualifying Time: :21.736
 

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RACE RECORD: My Fast Prize began his race career in the trials for the Sam Houston Futurity. He then moved to Ruidoso, where he contested a June maiden race, and then the Rainbow Futurity trials. 

On the first day of All American Futurity trials, he finished second to Mister Riptide in the 11th trial, posting the second-fastest time of the day and concluded as the overall fourth-fastest qualifier. 

BREEDER: While she breeds a great deal in partnerships, in her own name Weetona Stanley has 328 performing foals that have won 489 races and earned $10.3 million, most of them coming from her fountainhead mare First Prize Dash, the full sister of First Down Dash. 

OWNER: TYKHE Racing LLC ponied up $69,000 at the Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale for My Fast Prize.The partnership is based in Mission, Texas. 

TRAINER: Wes Giles has trained the earners of more than $23.1 million, including All American Derby winner Too Flash For You, as well as major runners such as Apollitical Chad, Bigg Daddy, Miracle Snow, Uptown Dynasty, Here Kittykittykitty, Wild Six, Gone To The Mountain and Trendi. 

QUALIFYING JOCKEY: Alan Hernandez has since 2018 ridden 32 winners from 333 starts and earnings of $837,728. He rode Colby James to win the Mountain Top Futurity (RG2), among others. 

PEDIGREE: The late Mr Jess Perry is one of the sport’s all-time leading sires, with progeny earnings in excess of $54.7 million. The member of the American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame was a champion runner, a champion sire and a sire-of-sires – among his sons are Apollitical Jess (sire of two qualifiers) and One Famous Eagle (sire of two qualifiers). 

Coronas Fast Prize won four of nine starts and earned $45,572 in her racing career. Her foals have earned more than $170,000 on the racetrack, including Fast Prize Rumor ($88,398). Her dam is Grade 1 winner Fast First Prize, who is a daughter of First Prize Dash. This mare is from the immediate female family of qualifier Paris Prize (who is out of a half sister to Fast First Prize).