Kiss My Heineken Draws Post 7 For Rich Heritage Place Futurity
The son of champion Carters Cartel returns in Saturday's Grade 1, $1,083,420 final.
May 30, 2016
Fastest qualifier Kiss My Heineken is one of 10 2-year-olds entered back in Saturday’s 350-yard, $1,083,420 Heritage Place Futurity (G1) at Remington Park.
A gelded son of champion Carters Cartel trained by Eddie Willis for owners Jeff Carter and Justin Massey and a $22,000 buy at last year’s Heritage Place Yearling Sale, Kiss My Heineken broke his maiden with a nose victory in the ninth of 12 trials on May 13, the first night of Heritage Place Futurity trials. The gelding drew post 7 and will be ridden by Jimmy Brooks.
Sara Leann Morgan’s Coronas First Diva, a graded stakes winning daughter of Corona Cartel trained by Charles “Duke” Shults, will be ridden by James Flores from post 3. The filly has earned $178,784 from three outs, and her two wins include a three-quarter length victory in the March 26, $440,000 Oklahoma Futurity (G2).
Other contenders include Oklahoma Futurity runner-up Sweet Annie GL, a gray gelded son of One Sweet Jess trained by R.L. “Rick” Robinson for the Garza Laurel Partnership LLC, and Duponte, a colt by American Runaway trained by Josue Ponce for owner Kristen Ashley Paredes and the winner of the 300-yard, $268,000 Harrah’s Entertainment Futurity (G3) at Louisiana Downs on March 23.
The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments:
Widows Devil (Ivan Carnero)
Sweet Annie GL (Agustin Silva)
Coronas First Diva (James Flores)
First Rate Return (Larry Payne)
V Power (Paul Nieto)
B Double U (Cody Smith)
Kiss My Heineken (Jimmy Brooks)
Accountably (Yordanis Amaro)
Mia Kine (Esgar Ramirez)
Duponte (Francisco Ramirez Jr.)
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