Second-Crop Sire Wagons West Gets First Stakes Winner
Second-crop sire Wagons West sired his first stakes winner on Sunday.

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Second-Crop Sire Wagons West Gets First Stakes Winner

BRUXELLES, MB—MAY 20, 2018—Second-crop sire Wagons West SI 107 sired his first stakes winner on Sunday when Bw de Elegant won the $28,500 Rocky Mountain Spring Classic Futurity at Pocatello Downs.

Under jockey Dallas Erickson, Bw de Elegant completed the 330 yards in :17.010 seconds to earn a 95 speed index. Guy Weeks trains the Idaho home-bred for owners-breeders Betty and Boyd Weeks. The bay colt is out of Bw de Stuff by The Flight Stuff. He earned $13,110.

From a limited number of starters in two crops to race, Wagons West is the sire of 3 winners, 1 stakes winner with average earnings per starter of more than $13,600.

Oklahoma's Hi-Point 3-Year-Old Colt in 2013, Wagons West won or placed in seven starts and earned $51,766. The son of leading sire Pyc Paint Your Wagon was second in Remington Park's Mr Jet Moore Stakes and Hialeah Park's Beautiful Prairie Stakes. He was also a finalist in the Remington Park Championship Challenge(G2).

Wagons West is out of the stakes winning First Down Dash mare De Elegant Dash SI 99, also the dam of stakes-placed De Elegant Blizzard SI 90 ($14,099) and G3-finalist De Headbanger SI 98 ($45,398), etc.

The second dam is Heritage Place Futurity(G1) winner De Elegant Zevi SI 99, dam of 9 ROM including G3 winner De Elegant Oscar SI 111 ($96,644), stakes winner De Elegant Dash SI 99 (see above) and stakes-placed Three De Zevi SI 86.

Owned by Rayna Dawn, Wagons West stands at Thunder Spirit Ranch, near Bruxelles, MB. His 2018 fee is $1,200 (CAD).