Bodacious Dash Gelding is Fastest West Texas Futurity Qualifier

Suenos Dineros makes his career debut with a clear win on Friday.

Q-Racing Journal

Jose Luis Enrique rode Suenos Dineros to a three-quarter length win in his career debut, the fourth of nine West Texas Futurity trials on Friday. PHOTO: Coady Photography

Victor Lozano's Suenos Dineros, a sorrel gelding by Bodacious Dash trained by Shae Cox, is the fastest qualifier to the April 15, $230,100 West Texas Futurity (G2) at Sunland Park.

Ridden by Jose Luis Enriquez and making his career debut on Friday, Suenos Dineros won the fourth of nine 300-yard trials in :15.215 while aided by a reported 22-mph tail wind. The gelding was bred in Texas by Eugene Therwanger and is out of the 7-year-old Tres Seis mare Tres Suenos. 

Second-fastest qualifier Mountain Holme, a gray daughter of Gone To The Mountain trained by Jimmy Guerra Jr. for owner Eduardo Lugo, broke her maiden with a nose victory in the first heat. Ridden by Ruben Calderon and helped by a reported 12-mph tail wind, the filly stopped the timer in :15.241 while scoring her first win in two outs.

Mountain Holme was bred in Texas by Curtis Crenwelge and was a $4,400 buy at last year's TQHA Yearling Sale in San Antonio.

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