ELGIN, TX—JUNE 16, 2019—First-crop sire Kiss My Hocks passed a new milestone Saturday night (June 15), when his son Kissmelikethat became the young sire's first stakes winner with a victory in the $126,300 Jaguar Rocket Futurity at Indiana Grand. A Indiana homebred owned by Mark Michel, Kissmelikethat had a clean start from post eight in the nine-horse lineup with Shanley Jackson aboard. The ...



BLUFF DALE, UT—JUNE 15, 2019—Grade 1 winner One Handsome Man sired his first stakes winner on Saturday when Shinning Bianca won the $17,950 Dolls Prodigy Stakes at Arapahoe Park in Aurora, Colorado. After stumbling at the start, jockey Jesus Olivas picked up Shinning Bianca to finish a head in front of stakes winner Dg Tempter while completing the 350 yards in :17.640 seconds, a 91 speed index ...



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BOSQUE, NM—MAY 29, 2019—Champion and champion sire First Moonflash SI 122 was euthanized today (May 29) due to complications from laminitis. The young sire had been battling laminitis and he was humanely put down. "We just didn’t want him to suffer anymore," said an emotional co-owner Pierre Amestoy. "He was very good to us not only as a runner, but also as a sire. He was simply the greatest." Property of a partnership, First Moonflash stood his entire career at Double LL Farm in Bosque, New Mexico. Dosi and Norma Alvarez bred the son of Champion 2-Year-Old Colt First To Flash in New Mexico from ...



GUTHRIE, OK—MAY 21, 2019—First-crop Quarter Horse sire Wagon Tales got his first Quarter Horse stakes winner on Sunday (May 19), when Jess Tellin Tales won the $20,050 Rocky Mountain Spring Classic Futurity at Pocatello Downs. Ridden by jockey Joseph Belloc, Jr., Jess Tellin Tales won by the futurity by half-a-length while completing the 300 yards in a quick :15.446 seconds, equaling a 103 speed ...



ALEXANDRIA, LA—MAY 7, 2019—By June 1 of each breeding season, all non-resident members of LQHBA, as defined in the LQHBA By-Laws, who are boarding mares in Louisiana must furnish the LQHBA a copy of each mares AQHA or Thoroughbred registration certificate (front and back) together with the geographical location and directions to locate the ...



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 ...



GUTHRIE, OK—APRIL 30, 2019—Lazy E Ranch has reported that Volcom, a longtime stallion at the Guthrie, Oklahoma facility, was humanely euthanized today due to continuing effects of laminitis. The accomplished son of First Down Dash-Runaway Vike by Runaway Winner, owned and raced by P.K. Thomas of Weatherford, Texas, was a multiple grade 1 winner, a champion sire and an All American Futurity(G1) sire. "Lazy E Ranch felt very fortunate to have had the opportunity to stand this outstanding stallion for P.K. during his stallion career. If one appreciates a true 440 yard sire, he was certainly that stallion. ...



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 ...



EVANS, LA—APRIL 20, 2019—Majestic Cartel, a second-crop sire by leading living sire Corona Cartel, got his first stakes winner on Saturday when New News captured the $210,852 Grade 3 West Texas Derby (see related story) at Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino. Showing a ...



NORMAN, OK—APRIL 9, 2019—Hes Relentless, the AQHA Racing champion 3-year-old colt of 2014 and current leading first-crop sire this year, already has a full book for 2019 at a fee of $3,500. Bob Moore Farms, who stands the son of leading sire One Famous Eagle at their farm in Norman, Oklahoma, says they are ...



ELGIN, TX—APRIL 5, 2019—Barely a month into the 2-year-old racing season AQHA Racing Champion Kiss My Hocks sired his first and second winners and first and second stakes finalists on Friday at Remington Park. Liarliar Hocksonfire, a $32,000 Heritage Place Yearling Sale graduate, broke his maiden in his first career start while posting a :16.915 clocking for 330 yards to set the second fastest ...



LOGAN, UT—MARCH 27, 2019—Peterson Stallion Farm, LLC announced today they have purchased Grade 1-placed Reagal Eagle, a son of leading sire One Famous Eagle. Already a stakes sire in his first crop to race, Reagal Eagle will remain a New Mexico-Bred stallion in 2019 and will stand for a fee of $1,250, including ...



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