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LOS ALAMITOS, CA—APRIL 19, 2017—George and Judy Weldon's Lotta Dynasty may be the quickest horse out of the gate at Los Alamitos right now based on his consistent success in the recent 100 yard dashes contested at the Orange County oval.
Lotta Dynasty has three wins and a second-place finish in his four starts at 100 yards. The Utah-bred FDD Dynasty gelding will look for his fourth win at the don't blink distance in Sunday's $12,000 allowance race while taking on Cuadra Mariscal's Snowy Coronitas, the only runner to beat him at this distance.
First post on Sunday evening is approximately 5 p.m.
A pair of 300-yard races for juveniles will also be part of the eight-race program with 2-year-old fillies racing in the fifth and colts and geldings competing in the sixth. Bobby Cox's Hawkeye is one of the colts to watch in the sixth after he posted the second fastest of 50 drills on April 1.
The Texas-bred son of One Dashing Eagle is out of the Runaway Winner mare No Fees. No Fees had a brief yet stellar career. She was undefeated in six career starts and was the winner of the $253,000 TQHA Sale Futurity, Miss Houston Stakes and John Deere Texas Juvenile Classic. No Fees is the mother of Jess Scared Money, a finalist to the Dash For Cash Derby and Sam Houston Derby. No Fees also produced two-time major futurity finalist Anidorite.
In other news, Bill Hoburg's BH Lisas Boy posted a 350-yard turn and work on Thursday morning, covering the distance in :18.20. The gelding by Mighty Invictus was posting his first workout wince winning the Grade 1 Los Alamitos Winter Championship on February 19. He figures to make his next major start in the trials to the Grade 1 Vessels Maturity on June 11.
AQHA reported that this week back in 1973, the great Dash For Cash was foaled at Phillips Ranch in Frisco, Texas. Dash For Cash would go on to become a legend of legends, winning the Champions of Champions in 1976 and 1977 while named AQHA World Champion both years. Dash For Cash would go on to become the nation's number one stallion for over a decade and his progeny included another racing legend, the tremendous First Down Dash.
Courtesy of www.losalamitos.com.