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Field Set for Colts and Geldings Division of Copper Top Futurity
RSS Feeds Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Weeping Aly, a homebred gelding by the Horse Chestnut (SAf) stallion Weeping Willow owned and trained by Hermenegildo “Papis” Aldavaz, led at every call to win the second of two Copper Top Futurity (colts and geldings division) trials at Sunland Park on Tuesday.

Ridden by Ricardo Jaime, Weeping Aly defeated Bobcat Ray by 1 ½ lengths while going 4 ½ furlongs in :52.93. The gelding was coming off of a fourth-place finish in his career debut on March 2.

Weeping Aly is the first starters produced by his dam, the winning Le Grande Danseur mare Dancers Sister.

Dandy Don Who made his career debut with a nose win in the first trial. A homebred son of Quinton's Gold campaigned by Sam E. Stevens and Sammy L. Stevens, Dandy Don Who stopped the timer in :52.35. Aldo Arboleda rode the gelding for trainer Todd Fincher.

The colts and geldings division of the $60,000-added Copper Top Futurity final will be run on April 13. The complete list of qualifiers for the final appears in alphabetical order below:


Horse (Sex, Pedigree)


Breeder (State)


G, Your Eminence-Tessa Time by Old Topper

Anna M. Crowson and Tony Sedillo

Michael Weatherly (NM)

Tony Sedillo

G, Tin Can Sailor-Hearts R Gona Roll by Bold Ego

Raymundo Nunez

W.L. Mooring and Frank Richardson (NM)

Dick Powell

G, High Octane-Mountain Annie by Hit A Jackpot

Benny White and Charlie D. King

Patricia L. Davis MD (NM)

Terry Walker

G, Quinton's Gold-Miss Hennessy Who by Hennessy

Sam E. Stevens and Sammy L. Stevens

Sam E. Stevens and Sammy L. Stevens (NM)

Todd Fincher

G, Phone Home-Crunchydontchaknow by Bold Ego

Clifford C. Lambert Sr.

Clifford C. Lambert Sr. (NM)

Clifford C. Lambert Sr.

G, Attila's Storm-Miss Willow by Cape Canaveral

Todd White

Todd White (NM)

Chris Hartman

G, Roll Hennessy Roll-Partyband by Chimes Band

Brad King and Dale Taylor

Brad King and Dale Taylor (NM)

Todd Fincher

G, Diabolical-Songs Say So Much by Yankee Gentleman

Diana Bringhurst

Diana Bringhurst (NM)

J. Owen Bringhurst

G, Going Wild-Sandia's Flicka by Sandia Slew

Gary Thompson

Gary Thompson (NM)

Bart Hone

G, Weeping Willow-Dancers Sister by Le Grande Danseur

Hermengildo G. Aldavaz

Hermenegildo G. Aldavaz (NM)

Hermenegildo Aldavaz

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