November 3-4 Stakes Recap
A recap of non-graded stakes.
November 1, 2018
Following is a recap of all official American Quarter Horse stakes for the week of November 3-4. For recaps of graded stakes, Bank of America Racing Challenge stakes and trials, 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.
Mr Desert Streak out ran his 11-1 odds to win Saturday's $30,000 Races and Aces Stakes.
Ridden by Luis Vivanco, Mr Desert Streak went 870 yards in :46.567 while earning an 88 speed index and defeating 3-10 favorite Louisiana Dressblues by a neck. Trey Ellis trained the 4-year-old son of First Down Mr Jess for owner Kaylee Walker.
Mr Desert Streak was bred in Louisiana by Gene Terry Glessner. The gelding has won five of 17 starts, and the $18,000 winner's share of the purse from his first stakes victory increased his yearings to $79,395, of which $48,400 has been pocketed this season.
Im Mighty Fast, JW Who Dat, and B and G Fast Dash completed the order of finish.
Lone Star Park
SF Hot Pass was a prompt 7-10 favorite in Saturday's 400-yard, $25,000 B.F. Phillips Jr. Stakes (R) for Texas-breds.
Prepped by Leon Bard for owner Shannon "Stormy" Fisher, SF Hot Pass defeated 3-1 second choice The Golden Bowl by one length while covering his trip in :19.343 and posting a 107 speed index on a sloppy and sealed track. Francisco Calderon rode the 5-year-old brown son of Ivory James.
SF Hot Pass was shortening in distance off of his head victory on a muddy and sealed surface in the 440-yard, $75,000 Refrigerator Handicap (G1) at this track on October 13. The gelding was bred by P & J Racing Ltd. and Stroebel, and he earned $14,750 while posting his fourth consecutive win.
SF Hot Pass has won six of 15 starts, including three of his four outs at this track. The gelidng has earned $110,530.
DM La Jolla finished third and was followed by RC Me Leaving You, Fast N Famous Eagle, Deala Quick Game, FDP Rock Solid, and Saved By Jesus JM.
Matthew Dunn's Seaduction was sent to post as the 13-10 favorite in Sunday's Golden State Juvenile Stakes, and the bay daughter of champion Foose responded with a neck victory in the $30,000 stakes for 2-year-olds.
Ridden by Jose Nicasio, Seaduction covered 400 yards in :19.975. Monty Arrossa prepped the Maryland-bred filly, who was winning for the second time in three races and increasing her earnings to $20,455.
Seaduction was bred by Lucas Racing Inc. Her dam, Tres Sea, is a winning 5-year-old daughter of champion Tres Seis and the Runaway Winner mare Runaway Wave.
Jess Motions, Senator Cash, Fast Amanda Rose, Jess Curlin, Tamura, Jimbosecret, and Sage Franklin completed the official order of finish.
Fastest qualifier and 2-1 favorite GC Harrys Game led all the way en route to a half-length victory in Sunday's $32,300 Far West Futurity.
Ridden by Robert Burney, GC Harrys Game covered 350 yards in :17.864 on a track labeled "wet fast." Scott Raley saddled the homebred son of champion Carters Cartel for owner Connie Chumbley.
GC Harrys Game was bred in Oregon by the Estate of Gary Chumbley, and he is out of EZ Gamer, a homebred multiple stakes winning daughter of Game Patriot. The gelding was coming off of a neck victory in the last of three trials on October 21.
GC Harrys Game has won two of six starts and has banked $16,318.
L Bar D Top Prospect ran second and was followed by Alabama Hills, ER Cartel, Ima Five Bar Cartel, Willy B Gone, Kountry Fun, Loosin My Lover, KR Red Hawk, and Juan Funnybunny.
Martin Osuna rode 3-5 favorite Unregulated Cash to a neck victory in the $20,805 Desert Classic Derby on Sunday.
Owned and trained by Jose Botello and racing against a reported 11-mph head wind, Unregulated Cash went 350 yards in :17.759. The brown Favorite Cartel gelding earned $10,403 while scoring his fourth consecutive victory and second career stakes win.
Unregulated Cash was bred Oklahoma by Vince Genco and Paul Jones, and he was coming off of a half-length win as the 13-10 favorite in the April 7, $350-yard AQRA President's Spring Derby. A winner at the $10,000 claiming level at Los Alamitos last year, the gelding has won five of 12 starts and has earned $41,291, of which $30,714 has been pocketed this season.
Jazzy Icon, Marshall Valentine, Nicos Favoritecartel, Pirteville Cartel, HW Double Down Perry, Shakin Cash, Cowgirl N Up, Miss First N Wild, and Sheza Sweet Fire completed the order of finish.
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