OKLAHOMA CITY - March 24, 2019 --  Bullet Bonnie pulled the upset at 20-1 odds Saturday at Remington Park to win the Grade 1, $61,100 Speedhorse Graham Paint and Appaloosa Derby. The 3-year-old filly won by a neck over Memories Of Lil Hero.

Owned by Dee Keener and Steve Wright, of Inola, Okla., and trained by Keener, Bullet Bonnie was ridden by James Flores. The victory was the sixth of the night for Flores who jumped to the top of the rider standings at Remington Park with 13 wins.

Bullet Bonnie was bred in Oklahoma by her owners and is a Paint daughter of Duke Kahanamoku (qh) from the Country Chicks Man (qh) mare SW Eye Candy. She made $23,218 for her third career victory from eight lifetime starts. The win in her first attempt of 2019 moves her total bankroll to $36,776.

Bullet Bonnie paid $42.20 to win, $12.40 to place and $8.40 to show. Cap Attack was third, a half-length behind the winner.

This was the second victory in the Speedhorse Graham Derby for Keener as he also saddled PHQ Goodbye Earl to the win in 2017. Flores won the race for the second year in a row as he also rode Expressions N Snow to victory in 2018.


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