First-Timers Sweep Remington Park Meet Honors

Ramirez, Wood, and the Stennetts top the final standings at the Oklahoma City track.

Edited press release

Ricky Ramirez was Remington Park's leading jockey during the track's 50-date American Quarter Horse meet.

First-timers swept the leading horseman titles during the Remington Park spring Quarter Horse meet, which ended on Saturday.

According to statistics released by the track, Ricky Ramirez was the meet's leading Quarter Horse rider with 43 wins from 201 mounts, eight more than runner-up Agustin Silva, who won 35 races from 195 mounts. Ramirez, 32, also led in mount earnings at $1,066,812, with James Flores finishing second in this category at $1,057,883.

Trey Wood won his first-ever Jack Brooks Award as leading trainer. A third-generation horseman and a regular at Remington Park since 2008, Wood, 29, saddled the winners of 42 races from 145 starters, eight more than two-time defending trainer champion Clinton Crawford, who won 34 races from 223 starters. Crawford led all trainers in purse earnings with $1,061,897, and he was the only trainer to top the $1-million mark for the meet.

Terry and Irene Stennett of Odessa, Texas, won 12 races from 45 starters to top all owners. There was a three-way tie for second, as JK Running Horses of Neosha, Kansas, Darling Farms of Lamont, Oklahoma, and Rockin J Running Horses of Gatesville, Texas, all won 10 races during the meet.

Terry McLean of Claremore, Oklahoma, was Remington Park's leading owner in purses earnings at $560,130. 

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