OKLAHOMA CITY -March 1, 2019 -- BV Shameless was on the muscle Friday, breaking sharply from the gate under jockey Mario Delgado and cruising to the fastest win of the day in seven training races at Remington Park. She stopped the watch in a time of 13.587 seconds for a speed index of 76, winning from the 6-hole, for trainer Eddie Lee Willis and owner Bella Vista Farms, into a slight 5 mph headwind.

All the races were for 2-year-olds going 250 yards with the third and sixth races of the day restricted to Paints and Appaloosas. Friday’s training races were over a fast track, conducted under overcast skies with temperatures in the low to mid-30s.

BV Shameless was bred to be a superstar. Tres Seis, who sired the all-time money earner of Quarter Horse racing, Ochoa, winner of the $2.4 million All-American Futurity in 2011 and the 2012, $2.2 million All-American Derby, is also BV Shameless’ daddy. Tres Seis’ progeny have earned more than $23 million. 

On the bottom side of BV Shameless’ pedigree is PYC Paint Your Wagon, who sired this 2-year-old’s dam, BV Valentine Wagon. PYC Paint Your Wagon ran out $889,581 with seven wins in 16 starts, including the Grade 1 Heritage Place Derby at Remington Park and the Grade 2 Lazy E Futurity, also in Oklahoma City. As a stallion, he has had more than 100 stakes winners and horses that have earned more than $32 million.

The winners of the other training races Friday were:

- Shaunda Got A Prize (second race, by a neck, in 13.699 seconds, for a 71 speed index, for trainer Sammy Valdivia, and owner Jeff Hepper and Stanley Weetona)

- Te Ata Tales (third race, Paints/Appaloosas, three-quarters of a length, 13.944, 61, Stacy Charette-Hill, Randy Hill and Mickey Johnson)

- Zoom Kiss (fourth race, head, 13.682, 72, Heath Taylor, William E. Smith/Ky Luddington)

- Domishay (fifth race, 1-1/4 lengths, 13.712, 71, Carlos Ruiz, Jose Gonzales)

- Flashing Tosa (sixth race, neck, 14.128, 54, Charette-Hill, Randy Hill and Mickey Johnson)

- Sizzlin Chick Corona (seventh race, 1, 13.770, 68, Charette-Hill, Cendy Stucks)

The 2019 Remington Park Quarter Horse season begins Friday, March 8, and continues for 50 dates, through Saturday, June 1.

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