Chainman, Jess Prize Me Headline Hobbs America Futurity
The Grade 2, 400-yard final is set for Sunday at Zia Park.
October 5, 2016
Fastest qualifier Chainman and graded stakes winner Jess Prize Me are among the 10 juveniles entered back in Sunday’s Grade 2, 400-yard Hobbs America Futurity at Zia Park.
Chainman is a bay son of champion Separatist trained by Harvey Baeza for owner Benito Brito Arenivas. The colt has won three of four starts and has earned $23,600, and he is coming off of a half-length victory in the first Hobbs America Futurity trial on September 24.
Chainman drew post 8 and will be ridden by Bonifacio Quiroz.
A bay daughter of champion Mr Jess Perry and a $36,000 buy at last year’s Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale, Jess Prize Me races for LMG Racing Inc. from the barn of trainer Chris Zamora. The filly has banked $118,825 from eight outs, and her three wins include the April 30, 300-yard West Texas Futurity (G2) at Sunland Park.
J.R. Valenzuela will ride Jess Prize Me from post 7.
The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments:
Eaglelistic (Salvador Martinez)
Valorus (Oscar Cordova)
Put A Shine On It (Samantha Perry)
Lethal Flight (Esgar Ramirez)
Mojo Perry (Sergio Becerra Jr.)
One More Thats It (Jaime P. Leos)
Jess Prize Me (J.R. Valenzuela)
Chainman (Bonifacio Quiroz)
Soar Like An Eagle (Adrian Ramos)
The Fast Eagle C (Cody Jensen)
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