For Immediate Release
Saturday, March 24, 2018

OKLAHOMA CITY – The $50,000 Oklahoma Juvenile was won by Peves IBA Racy Gracy on Saturday night at Remington Park. The Juvenile is for 2-year-olds who competed in trials for the Oklahoma Futurity but failed to make the final.

Owned and bred in Oklahoma by Gordon Pevehouse of Warner, Okla. and trained by Clint Crawford, Peves IBA Racy Gracy was ridden by Omar Reyes. The filly held off favored Hey Seis to win by a neck in :15.584 for the 300 yards, over a fast track. Ivory Runnin was a head behind the runner-up in third.

Peves IBA Racy Gracy was at 6-1 odds in the wagering and paid $15 to win, $5.40 to place and $5 to show. Hey Seis was the beaten betting favorite at 7-5 odds, returning $4 to place and $3.40 to show. Ivory Runnin paid $7.80 to show.

A daughter of IBA Bad Boy from the Looks Royal mare Peves Lookin Royal, Peves IBA Racy Gracy picked up her initial career win in the Juvenile. She had finished third in her Oklahoma Futurity trial. The first-place check of $20,000 gives her a total of $21,060 for her two attempts.

The American Quarter Horse Season continues Sunday, March 25 with the first race at 1:30pm-Central.

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