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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—MAY 28, 2020—Oklahoma District Court Judge Natalie Mai denied a “Petition for Temporary Restraining Order, Temporary Injunction and Permanent Injunction” on Tuesday that would have allowed AQHA Racing's 2019 Champion 2-Year-Old Gelding Trump My Record to compete in Saturday's Grade 2 $248,000 Heritage Place Derby at Remington Park.
Trainer Jose Sanchez III and owners Gilbert Pachecho III and Crown Horse Racing, LLC had filed the petition after Trump My Record, who had passed a hair test prior to the trials and then also passed blood and urine tests after he set the fastest qualifying time in the May 10th trials, failed a subsequent hair test where the prohibited substance Albuterol was found.
Macs Lady M, a 3-yaer-old daughter of leading sire Favorite Cartel and the 11th fastest qualifer in the May 10 trials, was allowed to enter for the Heritage Derby on Wednesday. A maiden from seven career starts, the California-bred filly finished fifth in Trump My Record's trial behind Uncle Eds Idea, Mr Dillard and A Painted Dynasty.
She is not expected to race in Saturday's final due to an injury but was entered to be eligible to receive the 10th place check.
Trump My Record, a son of a leading second-crop sire Apollitical Blood, has won nine of 11 career starts and banked $796,937.
In his 3-year-old debut, the Heritage Derby trials, he broke dead last trailed the field for the first half of the 400-yard race before he altered his path, under champion jockey James Flores, to win the race and post the fastest qualifying time.
Bred by Fulton Quien Sabe Ranches LP, from the Pyc Paint Your Wagon mare Breck N Records, Trump My Record won the Texas Classic Futurity(G1), Sam Houston Futurity(G20, Harrah's Entertainment Futurity(G3) and was second in the Dash For Cash Futurity at 2.