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Date Posted: 5/29/2017 11:44:40 PM

Double Down, under jockey G.R. Carter Jr., winning the $68,800 Boyd Morris Memorial at Remington Park on Monday.
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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 ten-time AQHA Racing champion jockey G.R. Carter, Jr., b>Double Down defeated Grade 1 winner and stablemate Valiant Rogue by three-quarters while completing the 400 yards in :19.566 seconds, a 95-speed index.

AQHA Racing champion trainer Judd Kearl saddled the 4-year-old to his second career win from nine starts and the $35,880 winners' purse doubled his career mark to $67,758.

Out of the Mr Jess Perry mare Fast Prize Doll, b>Double Down races for owner Wendy See. Weetona Stanley is the breeder.

Kearl also saddled runner-up Valiant Rogue, another colt by Valiant Hero, for owner Wyok Ranch LLC. Rodrigo Vallejo rode the gelding out of Azoom Babe, by Azoom. Last year's Grade 1 Rainbow Derby winner picked up $11,960 to boost his career mark to $662,562. Bollenbach Farms is the breeder.

Also, a graded stakes winner, third-place finisher Bye Byefreighttrain races owner/breeder L.P. Frank and is conditioned by trainer Eddie Lee Willis. Benito Baca rode the Freightrain B gelding out of Bye Bye Bygones by Takin On The Cash. He earned $6,578 to bring his bankroll to $237,499.

Completing the field were Streakin Pr, Hearts Ona Hero, Novas Gold and Ferrari James.

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