Challenge


Fifteen 2-Year-Olds Entered in John Deere Prairie Meadows Juvenile Challenge Trials
North Star Futurity winner Beep Beep Rev Rev heads a group of 2-year-olds entered in Monday's 350-yard John Deere Prairie Meadows Juvenile Challenge trials.

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Fifteen 2-Year-Olds Entered in John Deere Prairie Meadows Juvenile Challenge Trials

BY MICHAEL CUSORTELLI

ALTOONA, IA–JULY 28, 2022–
Beep Beep Rev Rev, a homebred daughter of A Revenant racing for Summer Run Inc., heads a group of 15 2-year-olds entered in Monday's 350-yard John Deere Prairie Meadows Juvenile Challenge trials.

Beep Beep Rev Rev has earned $35,151 from four races in Minnesota and Oklahoma, and her four wins include a one-length victory in the June 1, $25,000 North Star State Futurity (R) for Minnesota-breds at Canterbury Park. The filly drew post 3 and will be ridden by Edwin Escobedo for trainer Jason Olmstead in the first of two trials.

Beep Beep Rev Rev's seven opponents in the first heat include Lota Cruising, a Lota Pyc filly trained by Allen Hybsha for owner Whiting Ranch. Lota Cruising is coming off of a fifth-place finish, 2 3/4 lengths behind winner Apollitical Dynamite, in the June 16, $131,000 John Deere Sam Houston Juvenile Challenge (G3) at Sam Houston Race Park.

Lota Cruising drew post 7 and will be ridden by Alfredo Triana Jr.

The 10 fastest qualifiers will meet in the August 21, $30,000-added John Deere Prairie Meadows Juvenile Challenge final.

All Prairie Meadows races can be seen at Q-Racing Video.com.