Miss Alluring Menace Entered in TQHA Sires’ Cup Derby Trials

The fastest qualifiers will meet in the July 1 final at Retama Park.


Scarlett Hill Farm's Miss Alluring Menace is among the 35 sophomores entered in Saturday's TQHA Sires' Cup Derby trials.

Miss Alluring Menace, a homebred daughter of Specially Alluring racing for Gus Barakis’ Scarlett Hill Farm Inc., will make her next start in Saturday’s 400-yard TQHA Sires’ Cup Derby (R) trials at Retama Park.

Conditioned by Judd Kearl, the reigning champion AQHA trainer, Miss Alluring Menace has earned $205,203 from eight races, and her two wins include a neck victory at odds of 21-1 in last year’s 350-yard, $443,000 TQHA Sale Futurity (RG2) at Retama Park.<p>
Miss Alluring Menace drew post 2 and will be ridden by Rodrigo Vallejo in the second of four trials.

The 10 fastest qualifiers will meet in the July 1, $25,000-added TQHA Sires’ Cup Derby final.

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