Graded Stakes Performers Bodacious Eagle, Sam Crow Drill at Remington

The first workouts of the Remington season were recorded on Tuesday.

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Bodacious Eagle, pictured here winning the 2015 Texas Classic Derby, prepped for his 5-year-old debut with a 220-yard breeze at Remington Park. PHOTO: Dustin Orona Photography

A pair of stakes veterans, Bodacious Eagle and Sam Crow, topped the workout tab at Remington Park on Tuesday, the first day the track was open for training in preparation for its 2017 American Quarter Horse meet, which opens March 10.

A Grade 1-winning 5-year-old son of One Famous Eagle owned by Johnny Trotter of Hereford, Texas, Bodacious Eagle breezed 220 yards in :11.54. The gelding has earned $679,981 from 20 starts, and he is coming off of a 4-year-old campaign during which he ran second in the 350-yard, $50,000 Eastex Stakes (G2) at Remington.

Sam Crow races for Terry Baber and is a 5-year-old gray son of Valiant Hero. The gelding ran second in a pair of graded stakes at Remington last season, and his resume includes a third-place finish in the 2014 All American Futurity (G1) at Ruidoso Downs.

For more information on Remington Park's spring season, visit the track's website.

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