Jockey Bryan Candanosa pushed all the right buttons to get Forgotten to the wire first in the 330-yard allowance race on Friday night in the feature.

Forgotten, a 3-year-old filly by Apollitical Jess, out of the Corona Cartel mare Corona Mas Fina, was in a battle to the wire with two other horses and prevailed in the end. Queen Records, the beaten 2-1 favorite, and Preyin and Dashin (9-2) pushed the winner to her limits but never could get past her at the wire.

Forgotten went off at 6-1 odds and paid $14.60 to win, $7.20 to place and $5 to show. She finished a nose ahead of Queen Records, the runner-up, who was another half-length in front of Preyin and Dashin. The winner stopped the timer in :16.711 on the fast track for a speed-index of 92.

Trainer Jed Vane had Forgotten prepped and ready for this, the second win of her career after she had broken her maiden at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, Texas, on Oct. 21 last fall. She earned $12,330 from the $22,350 purse and improved her career marks to six starts, two wins and two thirds for earnings of $24,800. She was a $35,000 purchase at the Heritage Place Winter Mixed Sale early this year.

Forgotten was bred in California by Elena Andrade and Steve Burns, DVM.

Race eight on Friday night was declared a “No Contest” by the Oklahoma Horse Racing Commission Stewards. The No Contest decision came down after the starting gate did not open all of the doors simultaneously to allow a fair release of the horses.

All wagers on race eight were refunded with the exception of the multi-race wagers. The Pick 3 that ended with race eight paid out as 2-10-ALL, paying everyone who had the 2 in the sixth race and the 10 in the seventh race, with All in a payout of $5.85.

The Pick 3 that paid at the end of race nine paid out as 10-ALL-7 and returned $23.

The Last Chance Pick 3 that began with the no-contest eighth race paid out as ALL-7-9 and returned $24.50.

The late Pick 4, races 7-10, paid out as 10-ALL-7-9 and returned $123.10.

Remington Park continues Saturday night with 12 races a first post time of 6 p.m. Sunday is the big yearly promotion of Extreme Racing that includes, Clydesdales, zebras, ostriches, camels, pigs and new this year, turtles. These races will be sandwiched between the regular Sunday horse races. Festivities begin at 3 p.m. with the first horse race at 4 p.m. All times Central.
Remington Park has provided more than $347 Million to the State of Oklahoma general education fund since the opening of the casino in 2005. Located at the junction of Interstates 35 & 44, in the heart of the Oklahoma City Adventure District, Remington Park presents simulcast racing daily and non-stop casino gaming. The Remington Park Futurity for Oklahoma-breds is featured on April 27. The 2024 American Quarter Horse, Paint and Appaloosa Season continues through June 1. starts its 50-date season. Parking and admission are always free. Must be 18 or older to wager on horse racing or enter the casino gaming floor. Visit for more information.