TRES CRYSTALS NAMED CHAMPION HORSE OF THE MEET AFTER BECOMING FIRST HORSE TO WIN BOTH OKLAHOMA AND HERITAGE PLACE FUTURITIES

June 3, 2022

Tres Crystals has been named Remington Park’s Champion Horse of the Meet for the 2022 Quarter Horse / Paint / Appaloosa meeting, after becoming the first horse in the history of the track to win both the Oklahoma and Heritage Place Futurities. Tres Crystals, owned by 95-year-old Elizabeth Logan of Haskell, Okla., and trained by …

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REMINGTON PARK LIVE HANDLE INCREASES, HISTORY MADE BY TRES CRYSTALS

June 2, 2022

The 2022 American Quarter Horse, Paint and Appaloosa Season at Remington Park welcomed all fans and horseplayers back during the 50-date session, for the first time in years. The public responded to the full availability, raising attendance and the live on-track pari-mutuel handle. Live pari-mutuel handle reached $3,158,327 for an increase of $396,841 over the …

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DUNN RANCH WINS SECOND OWNER TITLE IN ROW, FRANCISCO CALDERON TAKES FIRST RIDING TITLE, SANTOS CARRIZALES FIRST TRAINING TITLE

May 31, 2022

It came down to the final night of racing, but on the coattails of wins by Political Rose and Whizkey Glasses in the Heritage Place Oaks and Heritage Place Derby, respectively, Dunn Ranch (Matt Dunn) of Wynnewood, Okla., secured its second owners’ title in a row at Remington Park. Jockey Francisco Calderon and trainer Santos …

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TRES CRYSTALS WINS $1.1 MILLION HERITAGE PLACE FUTURITY, HAS 95-YEAR-OLD OWNER ELIZABETH LOGAN IN TEARS

May 28, 2022

As the congratulatory hugs and kisses came crashing down on 95-year-old owner Elizabeth Logan in the winner’s circle after her 2-year-old gelding Tres Crystals won the Grade 1, $1,112,440 Heritage Place Futurity, she took time out to do one thing. As they took the winner’s circle photo, the curly gray-haired owner from Haskell, Okla., reached …

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WHIZKEY GLASSES SQUEAKS OUT VICTORY IN HERITAGE PLACE DERBY

May 28, 2022

Whizkey Glasses not only won the Grade 2, $270,100 Heritage Place Derby on Saturday, but put his owners, Dunn Ranch, over the top in the race for top owner of the meet. Dunn Ranch of Wynnewood, Okla., finished the meet with 13 wins to capture their second consecutive leading owner title at Remington Park. They …

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POLITICAL ROSE WINS INAUGURAL HERITAGE PLACE OAKS IN DOMINATING FASHION

May 28, 2022

Political Rose was arguably the most impressive winner of the meet in the Heritage Place Oaks trials on May 8 when she won by almost four lengths. She was just as dominant in the finals, taking home the trophy in the inaugural running of the race for 3-year-old fillies. On the trials night, the talented …

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DANJER TURNS TABLES IN DEFNDING HIS TITLE IN DEBBIE SCHAUF REMINGTON PARK CHAMPIONSHIP

May 28, 2022

After one of his worst losses ever, Danjer got his regular jockey Cody Smith back Saturday, and in turn, he regained his dignity by defending his title in the Grade 1 $270,880 Debbie Schauf Remington Park Championship. When Danjer, the 2021 American Quarter Horse Association World Champion, raced in the $100,000 Leo Stakes on April …

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SIGNS OF LIVEWIRE STAYS UNDEFEATED, WINNING SPEEDHORSE GRAHAM FUTURITY

May 28, 2022

If there were any doubt who was the top 2-year-old Paint on the grounds before the Grade 1, $236,850 Speedhorse Graham Futurity on Saturday, Signs of Livewire put that argument to rest in a hurry. The 2-year-old Paint colt by CRM Livewire, out of the PYC Paint Your Wagon (QH) mare Signs of PYC (QH), …

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POPS FIRST LADY WINS SECOND STAKES OF REMINGTON PARK MEET, TAKING GRADE 1 JUNOS REQUEST

May 28, 2022

Pops First Lady proved Saturday that her win in the Easy Date Stakes in April was no fluke when she backed that up with a victory in the Grade 1, $108,620 Junos Request Stakes on Saturday, May 28 at Remington Park. The race was for fillies and mares, 3-years-old and older, going 400 yards. The …

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FDD CLOUD OVERCOMES HORRENDOUS START, USES LAST TO FIRST MOVE TO WIN HERITAGE PLACE JUVENILE

May 28, 2022

FDD Cloud hopped at the start of the $100,000 Heritage Place Juvenile and then bumped with the horse just to the inside of him, but it was what he did next that put him in the winner’s circle. All those troubles left him last after five steps from the starting gate, but jockey James Flores …

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