Second Crop Sire Im A Fancy Pyc Gets First Stakes Winner
Second-crop sire Im A Fancy Pyc sired his first stakes winner on Saturday at Remington Park.

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Second Crop Sire Im A Fancy Pyc Gets First Stakes Winner

WASHINGTON, OK—APRIL 21, 2019—Remington Park Oklahoma-Bred Futurity(RG3) winner and second-crop sire Im A Fancy Pyc got his first stakes winner on Saturday when Fancy Pants Dc won the $68,000 Laico Bird Stakes Saturday night at Remington Park.

Ridden by jockey Cody Smith, Fancy Pants Dc ran down Pepper Ryan to get his nose in front at the wire. Bill Goodnight conditions the gelded son of Im A Fancy Pyc for owner-breeder Shelley Goodnight. The Oklahoma-bred gelding is out of the Corona Cartel mare Dc Cartel. He has won two-of-two career starts and earned $51,640. He broke his maiden at Remington Park March 23.

Fancy Pants DC (#6) wins the Laico Bird Stakes on Saturday at Remington Park to remain undefeated after two career starts. © Dustin Orona Photography
Currently the #2 Leading First-Crop Sire of Money Earners in 2019, Im A Fancy Pyc has sire 8 winners, 1 stakes winner and 2 stakes-placed in his first two crops to race. They have average earnings per starter of nearly $9,200.

His top performers include Fancy Pants Dc SI 87 (2 wins at 2, $51,640, 2019 Laico Bird Stakes), Jay Number 7 SI 90 (2 wins at 2, 2019 $33,961, 3rd Remington Park Juvenile), Heza Fancy Pyc-PT (winner at 2, 2019, $31,118 2nd Oklahoma Paint and Appaloosa Horse Futurity-G1),Easier To Lie SI 88 (winner to 3, $19,598), Dalts Form My Fancy SI 80 (winner to 3, $17,712), etc.

Owned by Silver Spurs Equine, LLC, Im A Fancy Pyc won five of six career starts at 2 and earned $454,765. He won the Remington Park Oklahoma-Bred Futurity(RG3). His only career loss, following a troubled effort, was in the $1.1 million Heritage Place Futurity(G1) where he had qualified with the second fastest time.

In Im A Fancy Pyc's final career start he suffered a career ending injury while winning his All American Futurity(G1) trial by 4-˝ lengths while posting the third fastest time.

The son of leading sire Pyc Paint Your Wagon is out of the multiple graded stakes producing Mr Jess Perry mare First Prize Fancy, dam of 17 winners, 6 black type including full siblings 2018 Heritage Place Derby(G3) winner Pyc Fun N Fancy SI 105 ($478,660), Remington Park Juvenile winner Weetonas LaFawn ($132,149), Mother's Day Stakes winner First Fancy Prize ($113,804), Speedhorse Futurity(G3) winner Fast N Fancy ($89764 at 2), and stakes-placed Pyc First Prize Fany ($92,303), etc.

The second dam is former Broodmare of the Year First Prize Dash is a sister to all-time leading sire First Down Dash.

Im A Fancy Pyc stands for a 2019 fee of $1,500 at Oklahoma Equine Reproductive Center. For additional information or breeding contracts contact breeding manager Carolyn Simancik at (405) 288-6460.