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Proud Movin Renegade Extends Win Streak to Four in $95,604 Bitterroot Futurity at Pocatello
Proud Movin Renegade, under jockey Jesus Valenzuela, winning the $95,604 Bitterroot Futurity on Friday at Pocatello Downs.

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Proud Movin Renegade Extends Win Streak to Four in $95,604 Bitterroot Futurity at Pocatello

POCATELLO, ID—JULY 31, 2020—Proud Movin Renegade took an early lead to win the $95,604 Bitterroot Futurity by a length at Pocatello on Friday night, extending his consecutive win streak to four races.

Proud Movin Renegade earned a 102 speed index as jockey Jesus Valenzuela guided him to victory in 17.440 in the 350-yard stake.

Trained by Riley Moosman, Proud Movin Renegade ($8.60) is an Idaho-bred gelding by Maknmoves. He is owned and bred by XG Bar Racing LLC, out of Proud Moon bug, by Proudest Effort.

Proud Movin Renegade debuted at Weber and broke his maiden in his second start, a trial for the Beehive Futurity. He did not qualify for the final but returned to win the consolation race before winning the Bitterroot trial as the second fastest qualifier.

With four wins in five starts, Proud Movin Renegade has earned $44,917 in his 2-year-old career to date.

From the Mark Hanson barn, The Prize Ferarri and Jesus Canales held off Coronado Kiss for second place. The Prize Ferarri won the second of five trials and was the third overall fastest qualifier to the Bitterroot.

The winning connections of Proud Movin Renegade accept the Bitterroot Futurity stakes trophy at Pocatello Downs.
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The Prize Ferarri is owned by RTM Stables, Robin Dunn, Kevin Dunn and Byron Goody. He was bred by Weetona Stanley in Oklahoma, out of the Mr Jess Perry mare Ferarri Fast Prize, making him a half-brother to multiple graded stakes winner Ferrari James.

In four career efforts, The Prize Ferarri has two trial wins and two second-place finishes in stakes races; he also qualified to the Crush the Curve Futurity at Pocatello in June.

Coronado Kiss and Mark Jasso completed the trifecta. The Coronado Cartel gelding is trained by Monty Arrossa for owners Andrea and Eddie Jensen.

Earlier this year, Coronado Kiss was the fastest qualifier to the South Valley Futurity at Laurel Brown; he finished second in the final. He was the fifth fastest qualifier to the Bitterroot and ran second in his trial to fastest qualifier Babes Fabulous Eagle.

Coronado Kiss was bred in Utah by Allreds Horse Haven, out of the Maknmoves mare Sixteen Kisses.

Completing the field were Sole Man, Fortunes Wild Blood, Babes Fabulous Eagle, Jr Hiway 93, Play Ur Cards and Winning Blood Mv. Compendium was scratched.