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

FIRST PRIZE BOURBAN DOES NOT
DISAPPOINT IN THE TREME STAKES

NEW ORLEANS, LA—AUGUST 19, 2017—There were no surprises in the $40,000 Treme Stakes (RG3) as First Prize Bourban was all class, defeating a full field of 3-year-old Louisiana-breds by half a length with Donald Watson along for the ride in Saturday’s feature race at the Fair Grounds.

This was the first stakes win for First... Read More

PRAIRIE MEADOWS SPECIALIST FERRARI JAMES
SPRINGS THE UPSET IN THE KEOKUK STAKES

ALTOONA, IA—AUGUST 19, 2017—All Ferrari James needed to do to score his first victory of 2017 was come home to Prairie Meadows; with a win in the $46,800 Keokuk Stakes (G3) on Saturday, the gelding is now undefeated in six starts in Iowa and is nine for 17 lifetime.

Jockey Oscar Delgado, leading rider of the Canterbury Park... Read More

FIRST PRIZE DIAMONDS CATCHES SEND ME GOOD CANDY IN EASY DATE
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—MAY 29, 2017—Under jockey a James Flores, First Prize Diamonds ran down Send Me Good Candy to get her head in front at the wire and win the $61,800 Easy Date Stakes Sunday afternoon at Remington Park. Multiple graded winner Sudden Separation finished 1½ lengths back in third.

Saddled by trainer John... Read More

DOUBLE DOWN PICKS BESTS STABLEMATE IN BOYD MORRIS MEMORIAL
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—MAY 29, 2017—Double Down, a 4-year-old son of Valiant Hero who finished second in the Corona Cartel Invitational last summer at Ruidoso Downs, got his first stakes win on Sunday when he defeated a strong field in the $68,800 Boyd Morris Memorial for state-breds at Remington Park.

Under a strong drive by... Read More

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