For Immediate Release
Wednesday, February 11, 2015

OKLAHOMA CITY – Remington Park began training race opportunities today for young horses preparing for the 2015 American Quarter Horse & Mixed-breed Season. On the first day of the non-pari-mutuel events, a new track record was posted with another layer of history included.

HYO Inseperable, a 2-year-old gelding, streaked 250 yards in the third of 13 training races on the day. He crossed the finish in a remarkable :12.955 seconds over a fast track. The time was the first training race ever at Remington Park to crack the 13-second barrier.

Owned by Michelle Crockett & Terry Irby, partnership of Denison, Texas, HYO Inseperable is trained by Alonza Xavier, Jr. The 2-year-old is a Texas-bred by Inseperable from the Oak Tree Special mare Hy Oak Special.

Running second, a half-length behind the record-setter was The Charm Of Corona, whose time of :13.084 also bested the old Remington Park 250-yard training race record of :13.147. Water Front posted the previous training race record on March, 12, 2014.

HYO Inseperable set his new standard, aided by a 16mph tailwind out of the north with a temperature of 50 degrees.

Remington Park will conduct 14 more training races on Thursday, Feb. 12.

The 2015 season opens on Friday, March 6 and runs through Saturday, May 30. Post times for the Opening Weekend of the season are 6pm on Friday, March 6; 5pm on Saturday, March 7; and 1:30pm on Sunday, March 8.

Open daily at 10:30am for casino gaming and simulcast racing, Remington Park features the Bricktown Brewery on the casino floor. Admission, general parking and valet parking are always free at Remington Park, home of the historic 74th Oklahoma Futurity on Saturday, March 21.

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