Coronado Cartel to Lazy E Ranch

Remington Park Futurity winner to finish racing career in Southern California.

Coronado Cartel will begin his stud career in Oklahoma. (Photo by Gay Harris/Ruidoso Downs)

Reliance Ranches LLC's Remington Park Futurity (R) winner Coronado Cartel SI 96 will stand the 2015 season at Lazy E Ranch near Guthrie, Oklahoma.

The son of leading living sire of money earners Corona Cartel is currently in Southern California preparing for the Los Alamitos Super Derby (G1) trials next month. His fee will be announced following his retirement from racing.

Trained by Eddie D. Willis and ridden by Jimmy Brooks, Coronado Cartel has won or placed in nine of 11 career starts while banking $415,727. The multiple stakes winner also won the Mr Jess Perry Stakes at Ruidoso Downs over the summer and was second in the Mr Master Bug Handicap. He was also a finalist to the Texas Classic Futurity (G1) and Sooner State Stakes (RG1).

Coronado Cartel is out of Heritage Place Futurity (G1) winner First Carolina SI 106, by Mr Jess Perry. She also won the Remington Park Derby (G2) and was a finalist in the Texas Classic Derby (G1) and Heritage Place Derby (G2). The dam of 100% ROM from seven starters, First Carolina is the dam of Rainbow Futurity (G1) winner Ms First Prize Rose SI 101 ($546,985 to 3, 2014), Rainbow Juvenile Invitational winner Denver Pass SI 96 ($120,994 at 2) and Firecracker Futurity (G2) runner-up Itea SI 101 ($63,141), all full siblings to Coronado Cartel. She has also produced four six-figure summer sale yearlings, including the 2012 Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale topper.

The second dam is former Broodmare of the Year First Prize Dash SI 101, by Dash For Cash, a sister to all-time leading sire world champion First Down Dash SI 105 ($857,256). She is the dam of 29 ROM, six stakes winners and four stakes-placed winners, including Remington Park Futurity (G1) winner First Prize Leesa SI 106 ($488,270); Remington Park Futurity (G1) winner First Prize Robin SI 103 ($295,147); Texas Classic Futurity (G1) runner-up and multiple stakes sire First Prize Perry SI 102 ($243,946); First Prize Fancy, unraced dam of 2014 Remington Park Futurity winner Im A Fancy PYC (5 wins in 6 starts at 2, $454,765). All these G1 runners and producers are all full siblings to First Carolina.

First Prize Dash is also the dam of Heritage Place Futurity (G1) winner Fast First Prize SI 102 ($244,929); Blue Ribbon Futurity (G2) winner and 2013's Leading Sire of Money Earners Heza Fast Dash; Gentilly Dash Stakes winner First Prize Doc SI 108 ($73,700); stakes-placed First Prize Paris SI 108 ($92,910); stakes-placed and multiple stakes sire First Prize Timber SI 102 ($56,018); and stakes-placed First Prize Stone SI 98 ($32,633), etc.

The Dash For Cash mare is also the granddam or great-granddam of 2013 LQHBA Breeders' Futurity (RG1) runner-up First Prize Jet SI 91 ($251,758 at 2); 2013 Mr Jet Moore Stakes winner Fast Prize Jordan SI 109 ($203,724); 2014 Decketta Stakes (G3) winner First Prize Shaunda SI 103 ($133,232, to 3, 2014); three-time 2014 futurity winner Jess Curl My Prize SI 103 (6 wins in 7 starts, $105,974 at 2, 2014); 2014 Mile High Derby winner PYC First Prize Joe SI 101 ($72,429 to 3, 2014); West Texas Futurity (G1) and world record holder Fast Prize Zoom SI 112 ($192,875); 2013 Speedhorse Futurity (RG3) winner Spit Like Jagger SI 95 ($105,045 at 2); 2013 Eastex Handicap (G2) winner Fast Prize Mike SI 101 ($143,505), stakes-placed and 2014 G1 finalist CR Tuckernuck SI 96 ($98,020, to 3, 2014); 2014 Native Empress Handicap winner SS Calendar Girl SI 97 ($87,915 to 4, 2014); 2014 West Texas Derby (G3) runner-up Ms Fast First Prize SI 91 ($55,667 to 3, 2014), etc.

For additional information or breeding contracts to Coronado Cartel contact Butch Wise or Matt Whitman at 405-282-3437.

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