Lone Star Park Honors Its Season Champions

Jockey Francisco Calderon, trainer Judd Kearl, and owners Terry and Irene Stennett take titles at the track.

Q-Racing Journal

Lone Star Park general manager Scott Wells (left) presents the trophy for the meet's leading trainer to Judd Kearl. PHOTO: Dustin Orona.

Lone Star Park honored its leading jockey, trainer and owners on Saturday, closing night of its fall American Quarter Horse meet.

Francisco Calderon was Lone Star Park's top jockey, as he rode the winners of 30 races from 120 mounts, six more than runner-up Ricky Ramirez, the reigning AQHA champion jockey. Ramirez led all Lone Star jockeys in mount earnings at $604,604.

Judd Kearl topped all Lone Star Park trainers with 25 wins from 119 starters, one more than runner-up Trey Wood, who led all Lone Star trainers in purse earnings with $782,302.

Wood and Ramirez teamed to win the meet's richest race, Saturday's 400-yard, $1-million Texas Classic Futurity (G1), with High Plains Perry.

Terry and Irene Stennett were Lone Star Park's leading owners with 10 winners from 29 starters, four more than runner-up Pete A. Scarmardo. Paragon Farms LLC, the owner of High Plains Perry, topped the meet's owners in purse earnings at $529,613.

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