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First-Crop Sire Separate Interest Gets First Stakes Winner
First-crop sire Seperate Interest got his first stakes winner on Sunday at Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino.

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First-Crop Sire Separate Interest Gets First Stakes Winner

MENIFEE, CA—MAY 5, 2019—Grade 3 winner and first-crop sire Seperate Interest got his first stakes winner on Sunday when No Sandbaggin won the $50,000 West Texas Juvenile Invitational at Sunland Park.

Ridden by jockey Jose Alvarez, No Sandbaggin got up at the wire in :15.141 seconds, a 95 speed index for the 300 yard distance. Trainer Manuel Rodriguez conditions the Separate Interest filly for owner La Feliz Montana Ranch, LLC. She picked up $23,500 for the effort.

No Sandbaggin, under jockey Jose Alvarez, winning the $50,000 West Texas Juvenile Invitational Sunday afternoon at Sunland Park Racetrack & Casino. © Coady Photography
Bred in California by Steve D. Burns DVM, from the Corona Cartel mare Remember The Cartel, No Sandbaggin is a $30,000 Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale graduate.

Seperate Interest has sired three winners and multiple stakes qualifiers from a limited starters in his first crop.

Currently the #8 leading first-crop sire of money earners, Seperate Interest top performers include stakes winner No Sandbaggin (winner in 2 starts at 2, $23,945, West Texas Juvenile Invitational), Separate Party (winner at 2, $13,717, finalist Oklahoma Futurity-G2), Separate Delight (at 2, $3,102, 4th Desert Classic Futurity), Part Ninja c. Dash Till Dawn by A Classic Dash (2 wins in 2 starts at 2, $1,500 etc.), etc.

Separate Interest won or placed in 16 races, earning $486,761. He won the Z Wayne Griffin Invitational Stakes, Town Policy Stakes, was second in the Golden State Million Futurity(G1), Go Man Go Handicap(G1), Christmas Invitational Handicap and Katella Handicap and third in the Robert L. Boniface Los Alamitos Invitational Championship(G1).

A brother to AQHA Racing Champion 3-Year-Old Inseperable, Separate Interest is by champion and world champion sire Separatist.

His dam is the All American Juvenile(G3) winner A Delightful Legacy by First Down Dash. This is the family of Champions Tres Seis, Dean Miracle, A Delightful Dasher, Hes My Dasher, etc.

Separate Interest stands for a 2019 fee of $2,500 at Burns Ranch in Menifee, California. For additional information or breeding contracts call Dr. Steve Burns, DVM at 951-301-0201.