Reagal Eagle Gets First Stakes Winner
Reagal Eagle qualifying for the 2013 Rainbow Futurity at Ruidoso Downs.

© Gay Harris / Ruidoso Downs
Reagal Eagle Gets First Stakes Winner

SHAWNEE, OK—SEPTEMBER 2, 2019—Second-crop sire Reagal Eagle SI 105 got his first stakes winner on Sunday (Sep 1) when Survivour won the $23,275 Jimenez Tile-GM Racing Stakes at Arizona Downs.

Under capable hands of jockey Emilio Tapia, Survivour completed the 400 yards in :19.905 seconds, equaling a 107-speed index into a 12 mph headwind. It was the second win in five starts for the son of Reagal Eagle.

Owned-and-trained by Rigoberto Guillen, Survivour also qualified for the Granite Mountain QH Futurity and the John Deere Turf Paradise Juvenile Challenge earlier this year. He picked up $12,801 today to push earnings mark to $16,174. By By JJ Limited Partnership bred the sorrel colt in New Mexico from the Strait To The Bank mare Banking Disco.

Survivour, under jockey Emilio Tapia, winning the $23,275 Jimenez Tile / GM Racing Stakes on Sunday at Arizona Downs. © Coady Photography
From a limited number of starters in two crops to reach racing age, Reagal Eagle has sired one stakes winner and two stakes-placed stakes. He is currently the #10 Leading Second-Crop Sire of Money Earners for 2019 with only 18 starters.

His top performers include Survivour SI 107 (2 wins at 2, 2019, $16,174, Jimenez Tile-GM Racing Stakes ), Six Packin Eagle SI 90 ($13,660 to 3 2019, 3rd All American Congress Futurity), Reagal Eagle Revenge SI 95 (winner at 2, 2019, $7,058 3rd Ron Cook Wyoming Bred Futurity), Regal Candy SI 84 (2 wins to 3, 2019 $20,560), etc.

Owned Peterson Stallion Farm LLC, the son of leading sire One Famous Eagle won or placed in six of 10 career starts, earning $467,790. He was second in the All American Futurity(G1) and a finalist in the Grade 1 Rainbow Futurity, Corona Cartel Stakes and West Texas Juvenile Invitational.

Reagal Eagle will stand the 2020 breeding season at Joneson Ranch in Shawnee, Oklahoma. His fee has been set at $1,250. Multiple mares and Oklahoma-Bred mares can breed for $1,000.

For additional information for breeding contracts call Richard or Lisa Joneson at 405-275-0824.