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Fales Saddles Second Stakes Winner on Sunday Card with Heat Warning
Heat Warning, under jockey Jorge Bourdieu, winning the AQRA-Turf Paradise Derby Sunday afternoon.

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Fales Saddles Second Stakes Winner on Sunday Card with Heat Warning

PHOENIX, AZ—DECEMBER 7, 2014—Trainer Matthew M. Fales saddled his second stakes winner on Sunday's card at Turf Paradise when Heat Earning prevailed by a neck over Tylers Zoomin in the $34,960 AQRA-Turf Paradise Open Quarter Horse Derby. Daisy To Go was a neck off the leaders for third.

Ridden by jockey Jorge Bourdieu, who won the AQRA-Turf Paradise Open Quarter Horse Futurity aboard Jess One Looke in the first race, Heat Warning broke on top and held off Tylers Zoomin while completing the 400 yards in :19.969 seconds, a 95 speed index.

Winning owners Carolyn and Ralph Fales (left), trainer Matthew Fales (center) and jockey Jorge Bourdieu (right) accept the AQRA-Turf Paradise Derby trophy buckles on Sunday. © Coady Photography
A homebred for owner/breeders Ralph and Carolyn Fales, the multiple stakes winning son of A Regal Choice got his eighth career win in 14 starts. The $17,480 derby purse boosted his earnings mark to $83,117. He is out of the Dixieland Heat (TB) mare Its A Dry Heat (TB).

Tylers Zoomin, a daughter of Shazoom from the First Down Dash mare Tylers First Down, races for owner Scott McDaniel. Trainer John Allred saddled with Vince Guerra getting the riding call. The sorrel miss earned $6,922 to double her earnings total to $14,205. Alan and Denise Tyler bred Tylers Zoomin in California.

William Harris conditions Oregon-bred Daisy To Go for owners Wade Siegel and Don Boyle. Boyle and his wife Peggy bred the Separatist filly form the Takin On The Cash mare Raining Fresh Daisys. Ridden by jockey Larry Payne, the multiple stakes-placed miss picked up $3,496 to raise her bankroll to $21,993.

Eye Got It Going On, Rare Ed, Eyesa Famous Eagle, Creston Pride, Jm Pretty Hawk, Kr Brookstone and Princess Braytini completed the field.


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