Miss Feet Down First Dominates Southwest Juvenile Championship

The sorrel daughter of freshman sire Dominyun extended her win streak to four at Zia Park on Sunday.

Q-Racing Journal

A $17,000 buy at last year's Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale, Esequiel Porras' dominated her nine opponents in Sunday's Southwest Juvenile Championship. PHOTO: Coady Photography

Miss Feet Down First, a sorrel daughter of freshman sire Dominyun racing for Esequiel Porras, ran her win streak to four in Sunday’s $255,000 Southwest Juvenile Championship Stakes (G1) at Zia Park.

Ridden by Oscar Cordova for trainer Carlos Alvidrez, Miss Feet Down First covered her 440-yard trip in :21.617 while defeating longshot Eagles Span by 1 1/4 lengths. The filly banked $115,200 while scoring her second career stakes victory.

Miss Feet Down First was bred in Texas by Isbell Charolais. Her sire, Dominyun, is a winning 7-year-old son of champion Mr Jess Perry who ran third in Mr Piloto’s 2010 All American Futurity (G1) at Ruidoso Downs.

Miss Feet Down First’s dam, the First Down Dash mare Feet Down First, won the 1995 Rainbow Futurity (G1) in her final career start. A half sister to stakes winner Jess Cashin In and ’03 Ruidoso Futurity (G1) runner-up Cognac Kid, Miss Feet Down First was acquired by Porras for $17,000 at last year’s Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale.

Miss Feet Down First has won four of eight outs, including the October 11, 400-yard Hobbs America Futurity (G1) in a dead heat with Game Changes, and she has earned $220,122.

Grade 1 winner and 7-5 favorite BV Midnite Express, Good Job Honey, Streakinjess For LMG, Lets Get On Board, My Royal Wagon, Brave Heart, Memphis D Nasty, and Game Changes completed the official order of finish.

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