Quarter Race Horses for Sale in OklahomaRace horses for sale in Oklahoma
Richard Joneson raised the Real Visions horse in Oklahoma out of the rare form mare Felinity (picture below). Cats Vision entered the race with the tenth quickest qualification lap after he finished his rehearsal race in 7th place. Chestnut bought $85 for the victory, $12. 30 for the seat and $12. 90 for the show.
It won for the 4th consecutive year in 18 lifetimes launches, earning $13,425 for its links. In Oklahoma Euguen Hill out of the Mr. Eye Opener filly Iama Eye Opener. This royal broodmares First Down Dash filly, sired by Ron Raper, is a sibling of the Wave Carver champions hip and second stallion Ocean Runaway.
From the winning filly Runaway Wave she made 146,143 dollars. Corners K Quarter Horses, LLC raised the Golden Metal Hollding by the Chicks Beduino filly Lady Dee Vee Em in Arkansas. On horseback by Jesus Salazar, Drill Baby Drill made $2,000 for his efforts. 19 AUGUST 2011ALTOONA, IA - Katillac Man showed that he is going to study his Friday race classes at the $80,250, Grade 3 Iowa Doble Goldfuturity on the opening evening of the Prairie Meadows Quarter Horses Meeting.
2-year-old stripes to his third straight win with a neck win over Shanachee while equating the bars recorded lap times of 17. 56 seconds for 350 trails. "I' m trying to give him a little more leeway, and he's got really hot every time," Freeman said. "and it was my first trip by train.
They' re afraid with the point case on the evidence that they countenance at the region and the brightness, but it killed combatant as always. "The winning horse's wallet moved the Dash Ta Fame Kitty Kat Dash to $44,993. Richard Joneson raised Katillac Man in Oklahoma.
Corona mare Court Etiquette gave her $13,642. Ghaddled by Brent Clay and rode by Stormy Smith, the gelding of Okey Dokey Dale from Yawls Spreadn Rumors, by Serious Rumors, earns $12,439. Sheeri Lyn Andrew raised him in Iowa. Stanley Jr.'s Black Oak Special Si 118 stood out in the $367,010 Black Gold Futurity Championship (RG3) on Sunday at Will Rogers Downs after breaking a new course history with his quickest test win.
Zevi (TB)'s Black Oak Special (Oak Tree Special-Mea Chick Too) clinched his third consecutive triumph by winning his three-quarter stage in :19. Donnie Strickland's traininggelder won his first bet before two races when he won the $89,000 Black Gold 350 Futurity by half a length over Freighttrain B, one of his rival on Sunday afternoons.
All of these victories came in future tests with a second in the Heritage Place Future (G1). KNUCKLE'S O Toole won his Black Gold Future Championship with the fifth quickest finish of : 19.594. This is the gelding's second future qualifying round. In addition, Williis will represent Black Gold 350 Future, Takin The High Road, Heritage Place Future Safety Freighttrain B and the 6th quickest qualified Brimmies Alli Bi B. -AQHA online.
This 3-year-old thoroughbred stallion from Sauerampf ran the race in a 17.55 second period at Will Rogers Downs, with a 106 index - his quickest evaluation of his entirety. Doz Gatos made $9,000 to finish the $15,000 race, earning $36,003 for his carreer. It was raised by Richard Joneson from Shawnee, Okla.
3-year-old bay rabid filly. She made $3,000 to raise her life income to $60,157. Flash N B Gone, the 2008 APHA Champion in the 2008 APHA Champion SOLD BREED 2 Year-Old. Fuchs/Fox N B Gone is a 4 year old chestnut, a massively farmed gelding. The other horses that finish the race, along with the time, included Moon Bully ApHC (17. 81 seconds) and Bust N Moves (17. 89 seconds).