Trainer Fernando Manriquez dominated the day Wednesday as his horses won four of the nine training races at Remington Park, including the fastest one of the day by the filly Sheza Fearless Eagle.

This 2-year-old daughter of One Fabulous Eagle, out of the Tres Seis mare Ima Fearless Fire covered the 250 yards in :13.365 for an 89 speed-index with virtually no wind and a 74-degree temperature. The racing surface was fast.

Manriquez also won with the fifth-, eighth- and ninth-fastest training race winners of the day.

Jockey Daniel Torres rode Sheza Fearless Eagle to victory to easily win the fastest race, but there were signs that she might be a runner right off the bat. This filly worked out at 250 yards on Feb. 22 at Remington Park and got the bullet (fastest workout of the day) in :13.25 seconds from the gate. She had the best workout of 142 horses that went 250 yards that morning. It also was one of the fastest workouts of the meet at that distance.

“She can run,” said Manriquez. “She’s paid up into the Heritage Place Futurity (on June 1, the $1 million top race of the meet for 2-year-old American Quarter Horses this season), but we will probably run her in a maiden race before then.”

Sheza Fearless Eagle won the seventh race of the day. She is owned by Jill Cook, who used to own Royal Vista Ranches of Wayne, Okla., with her late husband. Cook bred this filly in Colorado.

As far as her pedigree goes, her sire (dad), One Fabulous Eagle ran in some of the biggest trials going, winning in the All American Futurity and Ruidoso Futurity trials in New Mexico at 2 years old, and then winning in the All American Derby and Rainbow Derby trials as a 3-year-old. In his career, One Fabulous Eagle won 5-of-11 starts for $644,547 earned. On the bottom side of her bloodlines, her dam (mom) Ima Fearless Fire was unraced, but that filly’s sire, Tres Seis, has produced the second highest earner ever in American Quarter Horse Association history, Ochoa, with $2.7 million, a mark that is only behind $3-million earner KJ Desperado.

Another big runner for Tres Seis was Tres Crystals who won the Oklahoma and Heritage Place Futurities at Remington Park in 2022.

The other training race winners on Wednesday with their times (in order from fastest to slowest winners), speed index, trainers and race number were:

Apolitical Time, :13.493, 84, Raul Ramirez, Sr., race six
La Cuarenta Y Ocho, :13.534, 82, James “J.J.” Gonzalez III, race two
Marvelous M Marvin, :13.619, 79, Heath Taylor, race four
KVN Good One, :13.626, 78, Fernando Manriquez, race nine
Big Country 2, :13.658, 77, Michelle Hurdle, race five
Apocalyptical Moon, :13.666, 77, James “J.J.” Gonzalez III, race one
Venetian Cowgirl, :13.729, 74, Fernando Manriquez, race three
Salsa Corona, :13.868, 69, Fernando Manriquez, race eight

Training races are prep schooling events traditionally for 2-year-olds, getting ready for their first official pari-mutuel race. All horses on Wednesday were Quarter Horses.

Remington Park racing resumes Thursday thru Sunday, March 21-24, with the first race nightly at 6pm, except for Sunday when racing begins at 4pm.

Remington Park has provided more than $345 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 83rd edition of the historic Oklahoma Futurity, first contested in 1947, will be run Saturday, March 23. The American Quarter Horse, Paint and Appaloosa Season continues through June 1. 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.