Wagonfullofdividends is Prompt Favorite in $104,376 Bitterroot Futurity

The colt breaks the 350-yard track record Saturday at Sandy Downs.

Q-Racing Journal

Second-fastest qualifier Wagonfullofdividends won Saturday's Bitterroot Futurity at Sandy Downs.

Wagonfullofdividends, a bay son of Pyc Paint Your Wagon campaigned by RTM Stables LLC and Shauna Dunn, kept his record perfect with a clear 3 1/2-length victory in Saturday's $104,376 Bitterroot Futurity at Sandy Downs.

Ridden by Jesus Canales for trainer Mark Hanson and sent to post as the 5-2 favorite in the field of 10, Wagonfullofdividends went 350 yards in :17.032, earning a 117 speed index and breaking by 2/10ths of a second the previous track record set by Lajolla Famosa on August 14, 2010. The colt was winning for the fourth time in as many outs, and the $41,750 winner's share of the purse from his second stakes win pushed his earnings to $56,450.

Wagonfullofdividends was the second-fastest qualifier. He was bred in Texas by Randy and Sandy Coleman, and he was a $25,000 buy at last year's Heritage Place Yearling Sale in Oklahoma City. His dam, Ms Athenas Dividend, is a winning and stakes-placed 10-year-old daughter of champion Brimmerton who was a finalist in the 2009 Texas Classic (G1) and Remington Park (G1) futurities.

Wagonfullofdividends' resume includes a wire-to-wire, two-length win in the 330-yard, $30,000 Rocky Mountain Spring Classic Futurity at Pocatello Downs on May 29.

Skinny Kyni ran second, a half of a length in front of Just Had To Be. Cm Once Ina Bluemoon, Fantastic Minion, One Sweet Dance, Kool Odds, fastest qualifier Cm Boom Shakalaka, Easy Blue Vodka, and Chrystel completed the order of finish.

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