High Value Of Return Tops Speedhorse Futurity Trials at Fair Meadows
TULSA, OK—JULY 10, 2020—Under jockey Kevin Camacho High Value Of Return raced his third career win Friday night will posting the fastest qualifying time for the Grade 2 Speedhorse Futurity at Fair Meadows.
The 10 fastest qualifier will return to Fair Meadows on Saturday, July 25th to vie for the winners’ share of a $139,900 purse going 350 yards.
High Value Of Return battled fellow qualifier Reigning Kisses to a neck win to get the top mark of :17.761 seconds, equaling a 90 speed index. It was the second straight win for the son of multiple stakes sire High Rate Of Return.
Trainer Fidencio Jimenez saddled the Oklahoma-bred for owner-breeder Mark McPhail. Out of the Kelly Kip (TB) mare Kips Little Clique, High Value Of Return has compiled a (5) 3-0-0 record and banked $27,990 this season. She was a finalist in the Remington Park Juvenile earlier this year.
Spotty Politics, under jockey Daniel Torres, raced to his second consecutive win in the opening trial while posting an impressive 1-¼ length win to get the second fastest qualifying time of :17.789 seconds.
Matthew Eck owns-and-trains the son of a leading second-crop sire Apollitical Blood from the Favorite Cartel mare Sunspot Babie. The $21,000 Heritage Place September Yearling Sale graduate was bred in Oklahoma by Andy Knight.
The aforementioned Reigning Kisses held for the third fastest time of :17.808. Maria Barraza-Rodriguez trains the Texas-bred daughter of a leading second-crop sire Kiss My Hocks. Owner Monica Estrada paid $12,500 at the Heritage Place September Yearling Sale.
Bred by Conda Maze and Bob McClure, Reigning Kisses has compiled a (4) 2-1-1 record and banked $20,626. She was third in the Oklahoma Juvenile in March.
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