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Call A Fast Corona is Fastest New Mexico Cup Futurity Qualifier
RSS Feeds Saturday, October 15, 2011

Call A Fast Corona, a homebred Southern Corona gelding racing for Richard Shearer, won the first of seven trials on Saturday and posted the fastest qualifying time for the October 30 New Mexico Cup Futurity (RG2) at Zia Park.

Saddled by Trey Wood and ridden by Oscar Rincon, Call A Fast Corona covered 400 yards in :19.113 and earned a 99 speed index. The gelding was sent to post as the 7-5 favorite, and his margin of victory was 1 ¾ lengths from ninth-fastest qualifier Gotta Get Two.

Call A Fast Corona's victory was his third in four starts and increased his earnings to $12,410. He was making his first start since July 15, when he won a Zia Futurity (RG2) trial at Ruidoso Downs.

PK Bay won the seventh trial by 1 ½ lengths in :19.130 and recorded the second-fastest qualifying time. The Brookstone Bay gelding is campaigned by David Barrett and Sue H. May from the barn of Fred Danley.

This year's New Mexico Cup Futurity will offer a purse of $322,283, with $154,696 going to the connections of the winner.

The complete list of finalists appears below:

Horse (Sex, Pedigree)

Owner

Breeder (State)

Trainer

Time

CALL A FAST CORONA
G, Southern Corona-Call Me First Fast by Calligrapher

Richard R. Shearer

Richard R. Shearer (NM)

Trey Wood

:19.113

PK BAY
G, Brookstone Bay-PK Rainbow by Rabbits Rainbow

David Barrett and Sue H. May

Dirk Jones (NM)

Fred Danley

:19.130

FLY OLIVIA FLY
F, Genuine Strawfly-Hugo Tic Tac by Hugo Streakin

Abelardo Vallecillo and Shawn Vallecillo

Abelardo Vallecillo and Shawn Vallecillo (NM)

Juan M. Gonzalez

:19.223

CAUGHT ON TAPE
G, Jesse James Jr-Famous Poet by Dash Ta Fame

Gary W. Hartstack

Robert L. & Barbara Bauer (NM)

Jackie Riddle

:19.236

FLEURS CORONA
C, Stel Corona-Fleurs First Down by First Down Dash

Paul C. Jones

Kado Enterprises (NM)

Paul C. Jones

:19.305

CALL ME A BLAZN CHIC
F, Chicks A Blazin-Willie Call Me by Calyx

J & M Racing and Farm

Mike Abraham (NM)

Roberto Sanchez

:19.344

ERASMUS B DRAGON
C, Stel Corona-Lady Lucchese by Spanish Boot

Paul C. Jones

Paul C. Jones (NM)

Paul C. Jones

:19.351

MY SOUL MATE
F, Chicks A Blazin-Love At First Glance by First Down Dash

Ramon O. Gonzalez Jr.

Mike Abraham (NM)

Andres Gonzalez

:19.351

GOTTA GET TWO
G, Celadon-Chicory Glass by Raise Your Glass (TB)

Berry S. Cox

Gordon Cox (NM)

Fred Danley

:19.371

SECRETS TURNING
F, Full Of Secrets-Im Tarable by Pyromaniac

Martin Velasquez

Kent H. Cosner (NM)

Alberto Amparan

:19.376

 


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