NORMAN, OK—MARCH 23, 2019—Champion and first-crop sire Hes Relentless got his first career stakes winner and graded winner Saturday when fastest qualifier Ec Revenge won the Grade 2 $396,650 Oklahoma Futurity at Remington Park. Racing for owner Elizabeth Logan Ec Revenge drew off impressively to defeat Pepper Ryan by one-length. A $25,000 Heritage Place Yearling Sale graduate, under jockey ...



OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—MARCH 23, 2019—First-crop Quarter Horse sire Wagon Tales got his first APHA stakes winner on Saturday when Dtl Chasin Tale won the $162,028 Oklahoma Paint and Appaloosa Horse Futurity(G1) at Remington Park. Racing for DTL Teel Partnership, Dtl Chasin Tale completed the 300 yards in :15.630 with a 6 mph tailwind to take home the winner's purse worth $62,880. Trainer Matt ...



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BREAUX BRIDGE, LA—MARCH 20, 2019—AQHA Racing Champion Apollitical Blood got his first career stakes winner and first graded stakes winner on Wednesday when fastest qualifier Trump My Record returned to win the $254,070 Harrah's Entertainment Futurity (G3) at Louisiana Downs. After getting away slightly slow under jockey Eddie Sanchez, for trainer Arturo Davila III, Trump My Record ran down ...



CEDAR RAPIDS, IA—MARCH 20, 2019—Abraham's Equine Center, near Cedar Rapids, Iowa announced today they will offer a $500 "Spring Special" fee for their stallion Go To The Gravel, a half-brother to world champion and leading sire One Dashing Eagle and a half-brother to Grade 1 winner and leading sire ...



WAYNE, OK—MARCH 17, 2019—All American Juvenile(RG3) winner and champion producer A Delightful Legacy died Saturday. She was 18-year-old old. "A Delightful Legacy. . .her name says it all," Meridith Copeland, granddaughter of the mare's breeder Gwendolyn Eaves, said in a Facebook post Saturday night. "I love this girl and all she ...



DALLAS, TX—MARCH 15, 2019—Official 2-year-old races got underway three weeks ago and a number first-crop sires have not only sired their the first winner(s), but four have already gotten their first stakes qualifiers. Louisiana-based stallions got a one-week head start on AQHA's March 1st official 2-year-old starts, due to the Mardi Gras Futurity trials contested February 23 at Louisiana Downs. Champion ...



VENTRESS, LA—MARCH 9, 2019—The first foal by the stakes winning and multiple track record holder Power Jam(TB) arrived last month. The beautiful colt is out of Favorite Kiss, a stakes-placed grade 1 finalist by leading sire Favorite Cartel. The second dam is the PCQHRA Breeders' Futurity(G1) winner The Goodbye Kisser by ...



HOBBS, NM—FEBRUARY 18, 2019—First Corona Home SI 103, a royally-bred stakes siring son of all-time leading sire First Down Dash, is standing the 2019 breeding season at Mountain States Equine in Hobbs, New Mexico. His fee has been set at $1,000. From limited starters seven crops to race ...



AUSTIN, IN—FEBRUARY 7, 2019—On The Wagon SI 99, a multiple-stakes-placed and grade 1 son of leading sire Pyc Paint Your Wagon has been retired from racing and will begin his stallion career this year at Southern Indiana Equine Inc. in Austin, Indiana. His fee has been set at $1,500. Breeders' who pay their fee in ...



BREAUX BRIDGE, LA—FEBRUARY 4, 2019—Copper Springs Ranch's champion sire Furyofthewind SI 96 died last week at the age of 16 from complications from colic. The son of leading sire Corona Cartel stood at Robicheaux Ranch Inc. near Breaux Bridge, Louisiana. "It has been a rough two weeks here at Robicheaux Ranch! ...



DEMING, NM—FEBRUARY 2, 2019—Bodacious Dash SI 101, a graded stakes siring son of all-time leading sire First Down Dash has been purchased by Bobby Simmons and will stand the 2019 breeding season at Born Running Ranch in Deming, New Mexico. His fee will remain $2,500. Bred by Bob and Jerry Gaston and raced ...



BREAUX BRIDGE, LA—FEBRUARY 2, 2019—Syndicate manager Coulon Jumonville announced today that frozen semen will be available this season to leading sire Heza Fast Dash who succumbed to complications from laminitis on January 25. His 2019 fee will be $5,000. The 8th all-time leading sire of money earners, with more than $30.5 million in earners, stood his entire stallion career at ...



WYNNEWOOD, OK—JANUARY 30, 2019—Frozen semen to multiple grade 1 Quarter Horse and champion Paint sire Cartel Success is available this year at Dunn Ranch in Wynnewood, Oklahoma. His fee is $1,200. Owned by a partnership, Cartel Success has sired of 56 Quarter Horse winners, from limited starters, to include 14 ...



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