Zoomin For Spuds Named Supreme
Idaho-bred earns Supreme Race Horse title.
July 19, 2018
The second Idaho-bred of the year has earned an AQHA Supreme Race Horse title.
The Supreme Race Horse title recognizes a racing American Quarter Horse that during its career earns $500,000 or more, wins two or more open Grade 1 stakes races and at least 10 races.
Zoomin For Spuds races for his breeder, Jim Walker of Bellevue, Idaho, and is trained by Monty Arrossa. The 5-year-old gelding is by Zoomin For Bux and out of the Corona Cocktail mare A Perfect Cocktail.
From 31 career starts, he has won 11 races, including nine stakes races. Two of those were the Grade 1 Champion of Champions and Vessels Maturity. The sport’s champion 3-year-old gelding of 2016 has earned $650,441.
Zoomin For Spuds became the 41st horse since 2002 to earn this honor. Only 112 horses in total have earned the award; the other awards were given retroactively.
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