Dash For Perks
Dash For Cash x Perks, by Easy Jet
2016 Fee: $2,500 - ICSI Procedure

Standing at
Winner's Circle Equine
Hemet, California

Equine Medical Services
Columbia, Missouri



Spit Curl Jess
Mr Jess Perry x Lil Spit Curl, by On A High
2016 Fee: $2,000

Standing at
Louisiana Center for Equine Reproduction
Opelousas, Louisiana

SHE EAT FIRE QUALIFIES FOR MILLION DOLLOR
GRADE 1 RUIDOSO FUTURITY IN FIRST START

RUIDOSO DOWNS, NM—MAY 26, 2017—She Eat Fire broke her maiden in her first start on Friday. The daughter of leading sire Corona Cartel powered through a 14-mile-per-hour headwind to set the fourth fastest qualifying time on the first of two days of trials to the Grade 1, $1-million Ruidoso Futurity.

The two-year-olds with... Read More

ROYALLY BRED FIRST FANCY PRIZE GETS FIRST
STAKES WIN IN DELTA'S MOTHER'S DAY

VINTON, LA—MAY 13, 2017—The graded stakes-placed First Fancy Prize scored her first career stakes win on Saturday when she defeated Fast Dash Chicks by half-a-length in the $40,000 Mother's Day Stakes at Delta Downs. Jls Ms Politicaljess finished a neck back in third place.

Four-year-old First Fancy Prize drifted in... Read More

STAKES WINNER PYC FUN N FANCY QUALIFIES
TO RICH HERITAGE PLACE FUTURITY

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—MAY 13, 2017—Remington Park completed the second night of qualifying trials for the $1,154,700 Heritage Place Futurity on Saturday night with Jose Guzman's stakes winner Pyc Fun N Fancy getting the fourth fastest time.

Ridden by jockey Daniel Torres, Pyc Fun N Fancy clocked a :17.864 time with a... Read More

VF RED SURPRISE PULLS UPSET IN $100,000 SOONER STATE STAKES
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—MAY 6, 2017—Older Oklahoma-breds were featured in Saturday night’s $100,000 Sooner State Stakes where VF Red Surprise pulled the upset as the longest priced runner on the board at odds of 21-1.

Rivals Sam Crow and AJs High were both at 3-2 odds, with Sam Crow the slight wagering favorite. The pair... Read More

REMINGTON PARK JUVENILE WON BY WEETONAS LAFAWN
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—APRIL 23, 2017—The $100,000 Remington Park Juvenile was won Sunday afternoon by Weetonas Lafawn who runs her winning streak to two races with the neck victory.

Owned and trained by Dustin Cox of Duncan, Okla. and ridden by G.R. Carter, Weetonas Lafawn won the juvenile, an event for 2-year-old... Read More