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Teana Fay Gets First Stakes Victory in NMHBA Stakes
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Teana Fay, a sorrel daughter of the Holland Ease stallion Winners Version, sprinted to her first career stakes win in the $85,000 New Mexico Horse Breeders’ Association Stakes (RG3) for state-bred sophomores at Sunland Park on February 28.
Ridden by Salvador Martinez, Teana Fay covered 400 yards in :19.731, and her winning margin was a head from Princess Jesse. Juan M. Gonzalez prepped the filly for owners Jimmy Negrete and Jimmy Vasquez.
Teana Fay was bred by Bauer Farm LLC of Anthony, New Mexico. The filly’s sire, Winners Version, won the 2009 Hobbs America Derby (G3) at Zia Park and was a finalist in five Grade 1 futurities in ’08, including the All American (G1) and Rainbow (G1) futurities at Ruidoso Downs, and the Los Alamitos Two-Million Futurity (G1) in California.
Now 10, Winners Version is a full brother to two stakes winners, including Grade 3 winner Texas Version. The stallion has sired the earners of more than $1.8 million, including graded stakes winners Seeyalateralligator, Winning Merlot, Quemados Version, and Blazin Version.
Winners Version is owned by A & C Racing and Roping, and he stands for a $2,500 fee at Famous Lane Farm in Tularosa, New Mexico.
Teana Fay’s dam, Thirty Fourth Street, is a winning 12-year-old daughter of champion Dean Miracle. The mare has produced three winners from four starters, including Mary For Money, a half sister to Teana Fay who won the 870-yard Getaway Stakes at Sunland Park in 2011, and Krazy Good, a son of Ketel Won who was a finalist in the 2013 Shue Fly Stakes (RG2) at Sunland and New Mexico Cup Derby (RG2) Zia Park.
Teana Fay’s second dam, the winning Dash Ta Fame mare Dash For Davis, was a finalist in the ’96 Sunland Park Winter Futurity (G3). The filly traces back to her third dam, Scouts Melody, a winning and stakes-placed daughter of the Bold Ruler (TB) stallion Scout Leader (TB).
A $25,000 buy at the 2014 New Mexico-Bred Yearling Sale at Ruidoso Downs, Teana Fay has won two of 11 starts, and the $51,000 winner’s share of the NMHBA Stakes purse pushed her earnings to $112,817. The filly’s record includes a second-place finish in last year’s 300-yard New Mexican Spring Fling Stakes (R) at Sunland, and she was a finalist in the Mountain Top Futurity (RG3) at Ruidoso Downs, and the New Mexico Cup Futurity (RG2) at Zia Park.
Sic Em Sixes finished third, three-quarters of a length behind Teana Fay, and was followed by 3-2 favorite and graded stakes winner Carson City Girl, Frank N Jesse, DM Nate Dog, Sierra Royal Bunny, My Mojito, Sensual Queen, and DM Little B.
Runner-up Princess Jesse is a homebred daughter of Jesse James Jr racing for Vance Mikkelson of Belen, New Mexico. A finalist in last year’s New Mexico Breeders’ Futurity (RG3) at SunRay Park, the filly has won two of six outs and has banked $64,860.
Sic Em Sixes is owned by J. Patricia Gonzalez, Peter B. Gallegos, and Sam Tanner. The gray son of Sixes Royal has won four of 11 races and has earned $69,448, and his current season resume includes a third-place finish, 1 1/2 lengths behind winner Carson City Girl, in the January 17, $190,119 Shue Fly Stakes (RG2).

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