Stakes Doubleheader Set for Canterbury Park

The track will present two Quarter Horse stakes on Friday.

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Canterbury Park will present a Quarter Horse Stakes doubleheader on Friday.

Bout Tree Fiddy, a homebred 4-year-old Ivory James gelding owned by Carry Allred and trainer Pat Swan, is the 7-2 morning-line favorite for Friday’s 350-yard, $25,000 Skip Zimmerman Stakes at Canterbury Park.

Bout Tree Fiddy will be stretching out in distance off of his second-place finish, a head behind winner Ms Haulin Chic, in the 110-yard, $18,000 Dash In A Flash Stakes on July 14. The gelding has earned $22,007 from seven outs this year, and his season resume includes a third-place finish in the 440-yard, $49,000 Bank of America Canterbury Challenge Championship on the Fourth of July.

Bout Tree Fiddy drew post 6 and will be ridden by Brayan Velazquez. Other contenders include Thomas J. Scheckel’s Corona Springs, a 4-year-old daughter of Corona Cartel trained by Jason Olmstead. Corona Springs has won her last two starts, including the 400-yard, $35,000 AQHA Canterbury Distaff Challenge on July 4.

Corona Springs drew post 10 and will be ridden by Cristian Esqueda.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments and morning-line odds:
Olivias Jett (Nik Goodwin), 15-1
Bye Byefreighttrain (Roberto Valero), 10-1
First Of 15 (Denny Velazquez), 6-1
Gold Diggin Queen (Jake Samuels), 6-1
JR Rock Star (Nakia Ramirez), 8-1
Bout Tree Fiddy (Brayan Velazquez), 7-2
HTR Miamor Tequilla (Berkley Packer), 9-2
La Mos Pyc (Marcus Swiontek), 15-1
Painted Dynasty (Julian Serrano), 12-1
Corona Springs (Cristian Esqueda), 5-1
AE-Marfilmio (Ismael Suarez Ricardo), 10-1
AE-EOS Wing Man (Jorge Torres), 12-1
AE-Fowl Play (Jake Samuels), 15-1
AE-Jjsir James (Marcus Swiontek), 20-1

Also on Friday, a full field of eight distance specialists has been entered in the 870-yard, $24,000 Mean Competitor Stakes.

Jo Rice’s Hiclass Man, a homebred 5-year-old son of champion Brimmerton, has drawn post 6 and will be ridden by Brayan Velazquez for trainer Pat Swan. Hiclass Man is coming off of a wire-to-wire, one-length victory in an 870-yard, allowance-optional claiming race at Canterbury on July 14.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments and morning-line odds:
Lota Legacy (Denny Velazquez), 12-1
Haynes Blue Boy (Jorge Torres), 6-1
Toast On Fire (Jake Samuels), 10-1
Streakin In The City (Marcus Swiontek), 8-1
No Such Tellin (Patrick Canchari), 15-1
Hiclass Man (Brayan Velazquez), 5-2
Blue Eyed Andy (Berkley Packer), 3-1
Wicked Valentine (Nik Goodwin), 4-1

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