GOLD DIGGING ASHLEY RETURNS TO FORM IN MR MASTER BUG STAKES
Date Posted: 4/19/2015 8:47:00 PM
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—APRIL 19, 2015—Oklahoma-bred 3-year-olds were featured in the Mr Master Bug at 350 yards on Sunday at Remington Park with Gold Digging Ashley putting on a show as she romped to an easy 2˝ length triumph.
Owned and bred in Oklahoma by Dr. Edward Leslie of Frankfort, Ky., Ty Blackwell trains Gold Digging Ashley who was... > More
AJS HIGH EXTENDS WIN STREAK TO FIVE WITH REMINGTON PARK DERBY VICTORY
Date Posted: 4/19/2015 3:23:51 AM
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—APRIL 18, 2015— AJs High extended his win streak to five with a powerful win in the $306,000 Remington Park Derby.
The winner of the 2014 Grade 2, American Quarter Horse Association Juvenile Challenge Championship at Prairie Meadows, now has five wins in seven lifetime starts. His first-place earnings of $122,400 in... > More
EMS BAILEYS N COFFEE SCORES IN COLORS OF HOUSTON PAINT FUTURITY (G2)
Date Posted: 4/19/2015 3:23:18 AM
HOUSTON, TX—APRIL 18, 2015—Ems Baileys N Coffee owned by Kaye and Dan Jones of Kemp, Texas, was an impressive winner in the $24,590 Colors of Houston Paint Futurity (G2).
The Oklahoma-bred daughter of CARTEL SUCCESS broke her maiden on March 6 at Remington Park, and notched her first stakes win this evening... > More
FIRST TIME STARTER SEIS ME SETS SECOND FASTEST JOHN DEERE JUVENILE TIME
Date Posted: 4/13/2015 7:06:26 PM
PHOENIX, AZ—APRIL 12, 2015—Texas-bred Seis Me broke her maiden in the first of three trials for the John Deere Juvenile Challenge at Turf Paradise on Sunday.
Seis Me, a royally bred TRES SEIS daughter from Champion of Champions winner Cash For Kas, by First Down Dash, got her first win for owners Jacob... > More
TRES SEIS, MIGHTY CORONA GET QUALIFIERS TO $600,000-EST. SAM HOUSTON FUTURITY
Date Posted: 4/5/2015 3:51:07 AM
HOUSTON, TX—APRIL 4, 2015—Sam Houston hosted 19 trials today in preparation for the richest race of the 2015 Quarter Horse Meeting, the Sam Houston Futurity (G2).
The second trial of the afternoon produced the seventh fastest qualifier when Miss Aguilar crossed the wire of her 330 yard trial in 17.009 seconds under rider Raul... > More