WORLD CHAMPION JESSIES FIRST DOWN SETS NEW TRACK RECORD IN REMINGTON PARK CHAMPIONSHIP

June 2, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – Two-time defending American Quarter Horse Association World Champion Jessies First Down may be on his way to a third-straight crown. He won Saturday’s Grade 1, $251,265 Remington Park Championship by one length and set a new 440-yard track record in the process. Jessies First Down had a good start but not as …

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SUNNYSYDE DOMINATES THE MILLION-DOLLAR HERITAGE PLACE FUTURITY AT REMINGTON PARK

June 2, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – It didn’t take long for Sunnysyde to find his top stride from his outside post position, rolling on to an impressive two-length win in Oklahoma’s richest race, the $1,024,840 Heritage Place Futurity. The Grade 1 event became a personal playground for Sunnysyde. Owned by the Fort Worth, Texas partnership of Cox-Lane, LLC …

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THE GRAND LEGEND WINS HERITAGE PLACE JUVENILE

June 2, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – The $100,000 Heritage Place Juvenile was the final race of the 2018 American Quarter Horse Season at Remington Park. The Grand Legend won the last race at longshot odds of 14-1. Owned by Lifes Good Racing Partners of Cleveland, Texas and trained by Clint Crawford, The Grand Legend was ridden by Agustin …

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PYC FUN N FANCY RALLIES TO HERITAGE PLACE DERBY VICTORY

June 2, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – PYC Fun N Fancy overcame a less than perfect beginning to find a much better ending to win the Grade 2, $363,790 Heritage Place Derby on Saturday at Remington Park. Owned by Jose Guzman of Dallas and trained by Amanda Tongay, PYC Fun N Fancy was ridden by Ricky Ramirez. The 3-year-old …

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LONGSHOT FLY N TELL WINS EASY JET STAKES

June 2, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – Fly N Tell provided the biggest longshot win on the final night of the 2018 Remington Park American Quarter Horse Season, winning the $50,000 Easy Jet Stakes by one length. Bred, owned and trained by Robert Esqueda of Canyon, Texas, Fly N Tell was ridden to victory in the race for 2-year-old …

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APOLLITICAL SCOUT PREVAILS TO TRIUMPH IN THE JUNOS REQUEST STAKES

June 2, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Grade 2, $103,300 Junos Request Stakes for older fillies and mares was a solid horse race for its entire 400 yards. Apollitical Scout out-dueled her rivals to hit the finish with a neck-victory over Hardtoget in the Saturday race at Remington Park. Owned by Paragon Farms of Conroe, Texas and trained …

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MEMORIES OF LIL HERO RUNS AWAY WITH SPEEDHORSE GRAHAM FUTURITY

June 2, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – The world’s richest futurity for Paints and Appaloosas, the Grade 1, $254,300 Speedhorse Graham Futurity, was won easily Saturday night at Remington Park by Memories Of Lil Hero. The 2-year-old filly pulled away to score by 1-1/4 lengths in the 350-yard event. Owned by Levings Racing of Edmond, Okla. and trained by …

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BLAZEN PANTHER WINS REMINGTON PARK DISTANCE CHAMPIONSHIP

June 2, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Grade 2, $53,300 Remington Park Distance Championship was won by Blazen Panther who used an inside post position to his advantage, pulling away to a 1-1/4 length win. Blazen Panther won his second straight race around the turn at 870 yards this season at Remington Park. Owned and trained by Luz …

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PAINTED TURNPIKE WINS THIRD STRAIGHT NATIONAL COWBOY & WESTERN HERITAGE MUSEUM STAKES

June 1, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – Painted Turnpike, the three-time World Champion Paint, concluded another dominating season at Remington Park on Friday, winning the Grade 1, $38,300 National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Stakes. The 5-year-old horse won the event for the third consecutive year. Owned and bred in Oklahoma by Nolan Pevehouse of Webbers Falls, Okla., Painted …

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SHOWDOWN OF CHAMPIONS SET FOR REMINGTON PARK CHAMPIONSHIP

May 31, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Grade 1, $250,000 Remington Park Championship on Saturday night drew an incredible field of talent, featuring the 2017 American Quarter Horse Association World Champion and Champion 3-year-old. The pair are career millionaires, trained by the same trainer and they are the first and second choice in the morning-line odds. Jessies First …

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