First-Crop Sire Coronado Cartel Gets First Stakes Winner
Coronado Cartel sired his first stakes winner on Saturday when Fly N Tell won the RG3 $50,000 Easy Jet Stakes at Remington Park.

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First-Crop Sire Coronado Cartel Gets First Stakes Winner

GUTHRIE, OK—JUNE 3, 2018—Remington Park Futurity winner and 2018 first-crop sire Coronado Cartel got his first stakes winner on Saturday when 2-year-old Fly N Tell won the $50,000 Easy Jet Stakes(RG3) at Remington Park.

An Oklahoma homebred racing for owner/breeder Robert Lee Esqueda, Fly N Tell defeated Priceless by one-length to pick up the Easy Jet Stakes' winner's purse of $29,784. Also trained by Esqueda, the bay filly completed the 350 yards in :17.471 seconds, a 91 speed index. Bred from the Strawflyin Buds mare Strawfly Sister, Fly N Tell has won two five starts and banked more than $45,000 this season.

Fly N Tell, under jockey Juan Pulido, winning the Easy Jet Stakes(RG3) Saturday at Remington Park.
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Owned by Reliance Ranches, LLC, Coronado Cartel is currently the #1 Leading First-Crop Sire of Winners in 2018. From limited starters, he has sired 17 winners, 1 stakes winner, 1 stakes-placed with earnings nearing $300,000.

His top performers include the aforementioned stakes winner Fly N Tell SI 91 (see above), stakes-placed Shez A Cartel Chick SI 86 (winner, $55,118, 2nd FL Lady Bug Stakes), Sc Coronado SI 91 (winner, $27,316, finalist Kindergarten Futurity(G2)), The Fish Cartel SI 84 (Winner, $13,872), It’s the Whiskey SI 81 (winner, $13,030), etc. Coronados Quiksilver SI 91 (2 wins in 2 starts, $11,550, 3rd fastest qualifier $100,000 Jaguar Rocket Futurity*), etc.

Last week Coronado Cartel had two trial winners in the Grade 1 $1 million Ruidoso Futurity at Ruidoso Downs, with Blue Corazon qualifying for the final and Sooner Cartel qualifying for the $100,00 Ruidoso Juvenile. Both race will run back on June 12th.

Coronado Cartel won our placed in nine of 12 career starts and earned $416,178. He won the Remington Park Oklahoma-Bred Futurity, Mr Jess Perry Stakes and was second in the Texas Classic Futurity. He also competed in the Grade Texas Classic Futurity and Sooner State Stakes-twice.

The son of leading living sire Corona Cartel is out of Heritage Place Futurity(G1) winner First Carolina SI 106 ($415,047) by Mr Jess Perry. He is a brother to Grade 1 Rainbow Futurity winner Ms First Prize Rose SI 101 ($550,105), Rainbow Juvenile winner and All American Futurity(G1) finalist Denver Pass and Grade 2 Firecracker Futurity runner-up Itea SI 101 ($64,711), etc.

The second dam is former Broodmare of the Year First Prize Dash SI 101, a Dash For Cash sister to all-time leading sire First Down Dash. First Prize Dash is the dam of 30 ROM, 28 winners, 6 stakes winners including Heritage Place Futurity(G1) First Prize Leesa SI 106 ($488,270), Remington Park Futurity(G1) winner First Prize Robin ($295,147), Heritage Place Futurity(G1) winner Fast First Prize SI 102 ($244,929), Grade 2 winner and leading sire Heza Fast Dash SI 103 ($146,123), etc.

Coronado Cartel stands at Lazy E Ranch in Guthrie, Oklahoma for a 2018 fee of $2,500. For additional information contact Butch Wise or Matt Witman at 405.282.3437.

  • *The $100,000 Jaguar Rocket Futurity final will be contested on June 16th at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino. Coronado Cartel also sired 8th fastest qualifier Ss Coronado.