Champion Jess Good Candy Breezes at Remington

The 2015 All American Futurity winner works 220 at Remington.

Edited press release

Jess Good Candy, pictured here the morning after his 2015 All American Futurity win, recorded the first official workout of his 3-year-old season Wednesday at Remington Park. PHOTO: Andrea Caudill.

PV Quarter Horse Farms' Jess Good Candy, the 2015 All American Futurity winner and AQHA champion 2-year-old, recorded his first official workout of the year Wednesday at Remington Park.

Prepping for a possible start in the April 24, $70,000 Mr. Master Bug Stakes (R) for Oklahoma-bred sophomores, Jess Good Candy breezed 220 yards in :11.59 under jockey Ivan Carnero.

“We wanted to get him a little work before a gate work coming up in a couple weeks,” said Clint Crawford, who trains the son of Good Reason SA. “Ivan was trying to let him cruise, but the colt wanted to go. He’s coming back strong.

"Our goal is the Mr. Master Bug, and then he will go to Ruidoso Downs to race in their derby series this summer," he added.

Jess Good Candy was bred by the late Carl Pevehouse. The colt has won all four of his starts, including his lone out to date at Remington Park on April 24, 2015, and has banked $1,519,240.

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