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Date Posted: 3/5/2022 10:34:00 AM

JC Wild King (#6), with James Flores up, wins the Mighty Deck Three Stakes on Friday at Remington Park.
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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—MARCH 4, 2022—JC Wild King won his fourth race in a row and sixth in his last seven starts, taking down the top prize in the $68,000 Mighty Deck Three Stakes on Friday at Remington Park, as the heavy 6-5 wagering favorite. The race is for older Oklahoma-breds at 250 yards.

JC Wild King, a 4-year-old son of champion and leading sire Apollitical Jess, out of the Stoli mare Oh Cherokee Rose, hit the finish line first in a three-horse photo. Weetons Stanley is the breeder of multiple stakes-producer Oh Cherokee Rose.

JC Wild King got to the wire a neck ahead of runner-up My Midnight Candy (5-1) and Charlies Fury (9-5 second favorite). Flores has been aboard JC Wild King for Carrizales and owner Jose Cervantes of Mustang, Okla., for every win in this red-hot streak.

JC Wild King had not raced since Nov. 12 at Will Rogers Downs in Claremore, Okla., his last win before tonight came in an $18,400 allowance race for state-breds. Prior to that he won the $155,000 Challenge Derby Championship at the Downs at Albuquerque in New Mexico by 1-1/4 lengths. His winning streak began at WRD on Oct. 3 last year when he won the $50,000 WRD Derby Challenge there.

"He was just awesome tonight," Flores said of his mount. "He broke great and really makes my job easy."

Cervantes pocketed $39,000 for the victory and the Mighty Deck Three Stakes win improved JC Wild King's lifetime record to 14 starts, seven wins and three seconds for $224,313 earned. The rocket ship ride for Cervantes hasn't surprised him with this horse.

"Looks like he really likes winning," he said after the race.

JC Wild King earned a 95 speed index for stopping the timer for 250 yards in a time of :13.212 over the fast track, finishing only four-hundredths of a second ahead of the runner-up. He paid $4.60 to win, $2.80 to place and $2.60 to show across the board.

The gelding was bred in Oklahoma by his owner. In his only race at 250 yards prior to Friday night, JC Wild King did not run first, second or third. In fact, no horse in this field had ever won at the quick distance. That ended Friday night and there was no doubt that JC Wild King enjoyed the short sprint.

Runner-up My Midnight Candy is a stakes winning son of last year's leading second-crop sire Jess Good Candy from the Ivory James mare Midnight Sunlight. Jason Olmstead trains the homebred for owner-breeder Brenda Reiswig. The $13,000 second-place payday boosted the bay's earnings to nearly $90,000. Edwin Escobedo had the riding call.

Charlies Fury finished a head back in the blanket finish to earn $7,150 third. Michelle Hurdle trains the graded stakes winning son of Furyofthewind for owner-breeders Tom and Kathleen McNally. Agustin Silva had the riding call aboard the 6-year-old out of Jess Charlena by Take Off Jess. Charlies Fury has earned $365,601.

Completing the field were Wieburg, Apocalyptical Jess, Xf Wingman, Kool And Fabulous and B Icy.

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