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2016 all american futurity preview at ruidoso downs

The World's Richest Quarter Horse Race, All American Futurity, comes our way this Monday, September 5 from Ruidoso Downs in Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico.

The Labor Day program is the final racing day of the summer season. There is a special 12:30 p.m. first post time on Monday.

Nueve Racing's Apolltical Chad, winner of the Grade 1, $1-million Ruidoso Futurity, brings that stakes-winning experience into the Grade 1, $3-million All American Futurity during a stakes dominated program on Monday at Ruidoso Downs.

The entertaining Labor Day program also offers the $500,000 All American Juvenile for quarter horses. The thoroughbred stakes are the $152,974 Rio Grande Senor Thoroughbred Futurity and the $50,000 Ruidoso New Mexico-bred Thoroughbred Championship.

2016 All American Futurity

Apolltical Chad, a gelding by Apollitical Jess, is owned by a group of nine people from six different states and they have a total of 203 years of experience in horseracing. Their horse moved to the forefront of the two-year-old division when he stepped up and won the Grade 1, $1-million Ruidoso Futurity by a gutty head over A Revenant, who went on to win the Grade 1, $1-million Rainbow Futurity.

Trainer Wes Giles and Apolltical Chad's owners decided to pass on the Rainbow Futurity trials and concentrate on the All American Futurity, which offers the largest purse of two-year-old race in the world.

That decision paid off when Apolltical Chad made a late run and barely missed winning his All American Futurity trial. One Hot Habit got the qualifying win in :21.643 for the 440 yards while Apolltical Chad was timed in :21.643 and earned spot in the futurity.

There were two days of All American Futurity trials. Imperial Eagle set the fastest-qualifying time in the first day of trials while Coronas First Diva grabbed the top-qualifying time during the second day of trials.

Charles Robinson's Imperial Eagle, one of four horses in the All American Futurity sired by One Famous Eagle, scored his third-consecutive win when he took his All American Futurity trial by one-and-three-quarter lengths in :21.499.

The Tony Sedillo-trained Imperial Eagle was moved up to second place in the West Texas Futurity before starting his current winning streak.

Sara Leann Morgan's Coronas First Diva, a filly by Corona Cartel, topped the second-day qualifiers with a :21.500 time while winning her trial by one-and-three-quarter lengths.

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Coronas First Diva has proven stakes class with a win in the $440,000 Oklahoma Futurity and then a fifth-place run in the Grade 1, $1,083,000 Heritage Place Futurity for trainer Charles "Duke" Shults.

One of the two-year-olds creating a lot of "buzz" at Ruidoso Downs is Beth and Michael Harper's The Marfa Lights, an elegantly bred son of One Famous Eagle that was purchased for $145,000 at the Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale.

The Marfa Lights made his third start in the All American Futurity trials. He boldly accelerated in the final 100 yards to win his trial by two-and-three-quarter lengths with a time of :21.510. He is improving with every start and the big, strong colt relishes the quarter-mile distance.

The $500,000 Ruidoso Juvenile had a purse increase from $200,000 last year and it attracted an excellent field of two-year-olds that did not qualify for the All American Futurity.

The Juan Medina owned and bred Teller Baja won her first four starts before finishing a close second behind Volcoms Lady in their All American Futurity trial. The Teller Cartel-sired Teller Baja won the $888,000 Remington Park Oklahoma-bred Futurity during her career-opening winning streak.

Trainer Judd Kearl will have Jose Amador Alvarez aboard with the eighth post position.

Paragon Farms, LLC's Tough To Bee was in the battle to win the Ruidoso Futurity, however came up a neck short and finished third. The Blane Wood-trained gelding won his All American Futurity trial by three quarters of a length.

Ricky Ramirez has the mount on Tough To Bee with the third post position.

The two thoroughbred stakes have a real opportunity to be won by full brothers. Another Brother, in the five-and-one-half furlong Senor Futurity, and Thermal, in the six-furlong Ruidoso Thoroughbred Championship, are each sired by Attila's Storm and out of Hang Glide. Each horse is owned by R.D. Hubbard and trained by Todd Fincher.

Another Brother, the 1-9 favorite in his Senor Futurity trial, lived up to those odds. He made a three-wide move on the turn and then drew out to win by four lengths under Glen Murphy. Murphy retains the mount and they have the sixth post position.

Thermal has earned $453,332 and is a proven stakes competitor against New Mexico-breds. In his previous race, the $50,000 Sierra Blanca Handicap, the gelding made a big move to finish second.

Alfredo Juarez Jr. rides Thermal from the sixth post position.

Tony Sedillo and Leroy Martinez's D E Lover got the win in the Sierra Blanca and is back in the Ruidoso Thoroughbred Championship. The gelding was in a striking position and then kicked clear to win by one-and-one-half lengths as the favorite.

D E Lover will be ridden by Christian Santiago Reyes with the fourth post position.

Las virgenes stakes 2016 at santa anita park

rade 2 Las Virgenes Stakes is on tap for this Saturday, February 6 from Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California. Three year old fillies will be featured when they take to Santa Anita's dirt track and race one mile searching for the winner's share of the $300,000 purse and the 10 qualifying points toward the Kentucky Oaks in May.

Seven sophomore fillies will line up in the Las Virgenes Stakes - race 5 on Santa Anita's stacked Saturday card. Post time is 2:30 PM. Let's take a glance into the past performances of all seven entries for this intriguing Road to the Kentucky Oaks Grade 2 stakes.

2016 Las Virgenes Stakes Race Preview

Songbird - Jerry Hollendorfer trained filly and reigning Eclipse Award winner for two year old fillies won all four of her starts in 2015, the last three in Grade 1 events. Her debut was by 6 1/2 lengths in July which was followed by wins by an impressive 5 1/4 lengths with a 96 Beyer Speed Figure as even money favorite in the Grade 1 Del Mar Debutante September 5, the Grade 1 Chandelier Stakes by 4 1/2 lengths at Santa Anita September 26, and the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies last time out by an impressive 5 3/4 lengths. She hasn't been touched yet - as impressive as any horse in any division last year and will look to keep the impressive roll going Saturday from gate 6. Mike Smith has the mount on the obvious favorite.

Street Fancy - Phil D'Amato trained filly will hit the track for the fourth time Saturday having posted two wins and a third place finish so far. She enters off a terrific win at 6-1 odds in her graded stakes debut - the Grade 1 Starlet Stakes at Los Alamitos December 12 after a third in the minor Desi Arnaz Stakes at Del Mar November 15 and a maiden score at first asking October 18 at Santa Anita. Street Fancy has been impressive so far and hopes to keep the roll going from post 3 Saturday. Victor Espinoza gets the call.

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Land Over Sea - Doug O'Neill trained filly will hit the track for the sixth time Saturday. Last time out was a seventh in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile October 31 which followed a respectable second behind Songbird in the Grade 1 Chandelier Stakes at Santa Anita September 26, a third - behind Songbird and Pretty N Cool in the Grade 1 Del Mar Debutante September 5 and a maiden score in her second career start - at Del Mar July 29. Land Over Sea isn't scared of top company and searches for a bounceback performance Saturday - from gate 2 with Mario Gutierrez aboard.

Decked Out - Keith Desormeaux trained colt won her debut on this track in May and has struggled since. Last time out was a third in an Allowance Optional Claiming here January 18 after a seventh in the Grade 2 Santa Ynez Stakes on this track January 2, a fifth in the Grade 2 Pocahontas Stakes at Churchill Downs September 12, a fourth in the Grade 2 Adirondack Stakes at Saratoga in August, a third in the Grade 3 Schuylerville Stakes in July and a second in the minor Astoria Stakes in June. She now has a win, a second and two third place finishes in seven career starts and enters having placed in just one of her last four races overall. Decked Out looks for her first stakes score in her sixth try Saturday - from post 5 with Kent Desormeaux guiding her.

Jade Princess - Bob Baffert trained filly has two wins in four career starts. Last time out was one of those wins - an Allowance Optional Claiming on this track January 8. Before that was a fifth in her only stakes action to date - the Grade 1 Chandelier Stakes September 26 and a maiden score at Del Mar in her second career start. Jade Princess hopes for her first stakes win Saturday when she leaves from gate 4 with Martin Garcia in the saddle.

She's a Warrior - will race in stakes company for the first time Saturday after three career starts produces two runner-up finishes and a third - all MSW races. Last time out was a second on this track December 30 after a third in November and a second in her debut in October. She's a Warrior steps up in so-so form and will have Flavien Prat guiding her from the rail.

Merirosvo - Patrick Gallagher trained filly has just two career starts with one win - that coming last time out in this track January 3. Her debut was disappointing - an eleventh place finish at Del Mar in November. She steps into stakes company for the first time Saturday and looks as though she'll be in over her head. Drayden Van Dyke has been tabbed to ride from the outside post 7.

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