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

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

PYC FUN N FANCY PULLS UPSET OVER IMA CHINA RUSH IN LAICO BIRD STAKES AT REMINGTON PARK
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—APRIL 22, 2017—Ima China Rush prevailed in the $525,000 Oklahoma Futurity at Remington Park on March 25 with Pyc Fun N Fancy settling for the runner-up position.

In Saturday night’s $61,800 Laico Bird Stakes, Pyc Fun N Fancy turned the tables, winning the 330-yard race by a head over Ima China... Read More

WEETONAS LAFAWN, V POWER QUALIFY TO REMINGTON PARK
JUVENILE AND REMINGTON PARK DERBY

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—APRIL 9, 2017—Stanley-breds Weetona Lafawn and V Power will join Friday's night $1,320,400 Remington Park Futurity(RG2) finalist Hez Our Prize in the April 22-23, 2017 Remington Park Oklahoma-bred weekend of racing in Oklahoma City.

On Saturday, Weetonas Lafawn, a 2-year-old daughter... Read More

HEZ OUR PRIZE GETS SECOND WIN, QUALIFIES ON FIRST NIGHT OF REMINGTON PARK FUTURITY TRIALS
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—APRIL 7, 2017—Hez Our Prize posted the third fastest time on the first night of trials for the $1,032,400 Remington Park Futurity.

The gelding launched from the starting gate to score the biggest margin win of the night while completing the 330-in :17.003 seconds over a fast track.

Hez... Read More

FIRST PRIZE DIAMONDS DAZZLES IN GRADE 3 DECKETTA STAKES
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—APRIL 1, 2017—First Prize Diamonds broke well in the Grade 3, $51,602 Decketta Stakes(G3) for fillies and mares, 3-year-olds and upward, then gained the lead by the midway point of the 350-yard race to win by a half-length.

First Prize Diamonds came on with a rally, defeating a game Sudden... Read More