All American Futurity Qualifier: Hes Limitless

HES LIMITLESS
Brown Gelding, Corona Cartel-PJ Chick In Black by Desirio

Race record: 4-1-2-1 $24,928
Breeder: Bowen/Taylor/J Smith Farm
Owner: Jack Smith Farms 
Trainer: John Stinebaugh
Qualifying jockey: Augustin Silva
Qualifying time: 
:21.816

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RACE RECORD: Winning the first trial on the first day, Hes Limitless secured himself a spot in the $3 million All American Futurity with a :21.816. The gelding in his prior start was second to Tough Dynasty 123 in the $100,000 Rainbow Juvenile Stakes at 32-1 odds. He debuted in a Remington Park Oklahoma-bred Futurity (R) trial, finishing a troubled second, then contested a troubled Rainbow Futurity trial to make it to the juvenile.

BREEDER: The partnership that raced Hes Limitless’ champion dam bred this Grade 1 finalist. They offered the horse as an embryo at the 2015 Heritage Place Winter Sale, repurchasing on a bid of $90,000, then again offered him as a yearling at the 2016 Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale, repurchasing at $105,000.

OWNER: Breeding partner Jack Smith of Comber, Ontario, acquired the horse in entirety in September 2016. 

TRAINER: Since 1985, John Stinebaugh has trained the earners of more than $13.2 million, including All American Derby winners Double Down Special (2010) and The Casanova (1998)

QUALIFYING JOCKEY: Agustin Silva since 2009 has ridden the earners of more than $8.6 million, with his best-ever year coming last year, with more than $2.1 million. He rode champion El Duero to win the West Texas Futurity (G1), and Cashing Teller and Teller Baja to Grade 2 victories.

PEDIGREE: Sire Corona Cartel is the sport’s leading living sire, with progeny earnings of more than $55.5 million, including 2005 All American Futurity winner Teller Cartel.

Dam PJ Chick In Black was a champion runner for her owner and trainer entities, earning $652,081 in her career. She won the 2012 Ruidoso Futurity (G1) and was sixth in One Dashing Eagle’s All American Futurity (G1). Hes Limitless is from her first foal crop of four foals; she has two winners from three starters among them. She has one yearling, a filly by One Famous Eagle, named Senorita Sweetness.