July 20-22 Stakes Recap
A recap of non-graded stakes.
July 19, 2018
Following is a recap of all official American Quarter Horse stakes for the week of July 20-22. For recaps of graded stakes, Bank of America Racing Challenge stakes, and stakes with purses of $100,000 or more, see the individual recaps in the Racing News section. This page will be updated throughout the week.
Ruth F. Barbour's Country Boy 123 kept his perfect season record intact with his one-length win in the $30,656 All Canadian Maturity on Sunday.
Ridden by Cory Spataro for trainer Bryn Robertson and racing on a sloppy track, Country Coy 123 went 350 yards in :17.340 and posted a 108 speed index. The 5-year-old bay son of champion Country Chicks Man was winning for the 15th time in 23 starts and fourth time in as many outs this year.
Country Boy 123 was bred in Michigan by Carolyn C. Bay, a longtime breeder who, with her husband, Walt, bred 2011 world champion Cold Cash 123. The gelding has won seven stakes, all at this track, including last year's All Canadian Maturity, and he has banked $219,876.
Countrys Comin Bac, One Famous Glass, LS Prince, and Fiesty Icon completed the order of finish.
A two-time claiming winner during the Remington Park spring meet, Streak Jase became a stakes winner on Sunday, as the 7-year-old son of the Streakin La Jolla stallion Streak And Dash won the 870-yard, $15,000 Izyk 870 Stakes.
Trained by Zachary Quezada for owner Ramon Trejo, Streak Jase stopped the timer in :44.684, and his margin of victory was 1 1/4 lengths from Silver Citizen. Cerapio Figueroa rode the sorrel gelding.
Streak Jase was bred in Oklahoma by Jackie E. Brown. He has won five of 16 races, and the $9,000 winner's share of the purse from his first stakes score pushed his bankroll to $43,536, of which $26,185 has been earned this year.
Trickortreat (TB) ran third and was followed by Storming Red Morning, Smoking Gun and Jzoomin Scoot.
Four 350-yard trials at this track on Sunday determined the qualifiers to the August 111, $45,000 North Central Quarter Horse Racing Association Futurity (R).
Zoes Sassy Miracle, a homebred Capo de Capi filly owned by Lowell Husman, Becky Husman, and Lynn Husman, set the fastest qualifying time with a neck victory in the second heat. Ridden by Julian Serrano for trainer Mark Barnes, Zoes Sassy Miracle stopped the timer in :17.699 while scoring her second win in four starts.
Zoes Sassy Miracle was bred in South Dakota, and she has banked $19,728
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Gillespie County Fair
Cadillac Cash, a brown son of champion FDD Dynasty owned by Rolando Morales, earned his first stakes victory in Saturday's $84,250 Gillespie County Fair Firecracker Futurity.
Ridden by Eddie Sanchez for trainer Elpidio Luna Jr. and racing against a reported 10-mph head wind, Cadillac Cash defeated Dashing Sweet Brujo by a nose in :17.858 for 350 yards. The colt was winning for the third time in five outs and boosting his earnings to $80,954.
Cadillac Cash was bred in Texas by Jack and Mary Evans. The colt is out of Evans Express, a homebred winning 9-year-old daughter of champion Tres Seis who ran second in the 2011 Sam Houston Futurity (G2).
Cadillac Cash has raced in Texas and Louisiana, and her record includes a third-place finish in the April 28, 330-yard Sam Houston Futurity (G2).
Who He Me finished third, a neck behind Cadillac Cash, and was followed by Bonita de Capi, Featuring Ivory, Dashingtobfamous, Catha, Jet Black King, RJs Cosmo, and The Action Queen.
Sent to post at odds of 15-1, Pickle Dilly scored an upset victory in Friday's $21,737 Idaho Cup Futurity (R) for state-bred 2-year-olds.
Pickle Dilly covered 350 yards in :17.533, and his winning margin was a neck from 3-5 favorite He Looks Royal. Leonardo Gonzales rode the homebred black son of The Louisiana Cartel for owner Dave Merritt and trainer Jarrett Mills.
Pickle Dilly is out of Dilligass, a 6-year-old Idaho-bred daughter of A Regal Choice. The colt has won one of four starts and has earned $8,944.
Zipperdilly finished third, one length behind Pickle Dilly. Mommas Dynasty, Jess Humblenkind, Just Red Jess, Jodee B Valiant, and Unwavering Patriot completed the order of finish.
Also on Friday, fastest qualifier Dashair Special was a prompt 3-10 favorite in the 400-yard, $18,072 Idaho Cup Derby (R).
Ridden by Jesus Canales, Dashair Special defeated 5-1 second choice JT Easy Bug by a neck in :19.668. Mark Hanson prepped the homebred son of Dashair for owner Larry Chapple.
Dashair Special has won four of nine starts, including all four of his outs this season, and he was a finalist in last year's Rocky Mountain Spring Classic Futurity at Pocatello Downs and Idaho Cup Futurity (R) at this track. The $7,228 winner's share of the purse from his first stakes win pushed the bay gelding's bankroll to $22,880, of which $19,072 has been earned this season.
Lucken Bach finished third and was followed by Lil Red Wave, Super Starr, Hesa Beast, One Sweet Dance, Sealin Dealin, The Bossgirl, and Sevenzz.
Oscar Cervantes rode fifth-fastest qualifier One Dashing Dream to a half-length win in the $33,150 Utah Bred Futurity (R) on Saturday.
Prepped by Diana Garfias for owner Aron Saenz, One Dashing Dream covered 350 yards in :17.673. The sorrel daughter of One Dashing Eagle earned a 92 speed index and $15,581 from her first career stakes score.
One Dashing Dream was bred in Utah by the Marla K. Robinson Family Trust. The filly is out of Coronas Dreamgirl, an unraced 9-year-old Corona Cartel mare. Her second dam, the winning Strawfly Special mare Allamericandreamgirl, was a finalist in the 2005 Hobbs America Derby at Zia Park in New Mexico.
One Dashing Dream has won two of five starts and has pocketed $17,871 while racing in Utah and Wyoming.
Showmethedoe, Jess Dew It, fastest qualifier Pistol The Kid, Drop A Corona, Sir Byron, Locomotion Girl, Dusty Mtn Dynasty, and Sheza Vital Secret completed the order of finish. Jump To Class was scratched.
On Sunday, Juanita J. Villegas' Eyesa Special Marvel sprinted to a nose victory in the $43,900 Ron Cook Wyoming-Bred Futurity (R).
Ridden by Cordarelton Benn for trainer Jesse Villegas, Eyesa Special Marvel went 300 yards in :15.384 and posted a 99 speed index while aided by a reported 8-mph tail wind. The gelded son of the Eyesa Special stallion Eyesa Special Slim was winning for the second time in five outs and earning $20,633 for his effort.
Eyesa Special Marvel was bred by Broken Bones Cattle Co. The black gelding is out of Cute Suki Brown, a homebred daughter of the First Down Dash stallion First N Six, and he has banked $24,888.
SS Happy Dance finished second, a nose in front of third-place VVR Dontsugarcoatit. The top three were followed by Fame Creek, Chloes Smoke N Fame, Wind River Version, Dashin Country Honey, Tiny Flyin Moves, and Dashing Stone.
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