Field Set for Grade 1 Heritage Place Futurity

Kiss My Heineken is the overall fastest qualifier to the June 4, $1,083,420 final at Remington Park.

Q-Racing Journal

Fastest qualifier Kiss My Heineken broke his maiden with a victory in the ninth of 12 Heritage Place Futurity trials at Remington Park on Friday.

Kiss My Heineken, a gelded son of champion Carters Cartel, is the fastest qualifier to the June 4, $1,083,420 Heritage Place Futurity (G1) at Remington Park.

Trained by Eddie D. Willis for owners Jeff Carter and Justin Massey, Kiss My Heineken won the ninth of 12 trials by a nose on Friday. Jimmy D. Brooks rode Kiss My Heineken, who covered his 350-yard trip in :17.322 while scoring his first win in three starts.

Kiss My Heineken was bred in Kentucky by Robert Gentry. The gelding was a $22,000 buy at last year's Heritage Place Yearling Sale.

Gregory Cullum's B Double U topped the list of qualifiers from Saturday's 12 trials. A Pyc Paint Your Wagon gelding ridden by Cody Jensen for trainer Brian Muse, B Double U won the first of 12 heats in :17.467.

A homebred, B Double U has won one of his four races and has earned $39,374. The gelding was a finalist in the April 23 Remington Park Oklahoma-Bred Futurity (RG2).

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