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                                 Relentless Dynasty’s winning connections include owner Andres Guerra, trainer Adrian Huitron & jockey Victor Urieta Jr.
“We will go over him to make sure there isn’t anything wrong then go from there,” Huitron concluded. “It looks like we will stay in Texas with this guy. Maybe the Texas Classic is in his sights.”
William Fowler bred Relentless Dynasty out of winner and ROM earner Winning Dynasty.
Winning Dynasty is a half-sister to East Juvenile Challenge-G3 winner First Place Win; La Villita Stakes winner Streakin Flair; and Galion, a current year runner who won the La Plata Stakes-G3 as well as the Mile High Derby; as well as to four additional stakes placed winners.
Relentless Dynasty has produced 100% winners from her first two starters, includ- ing 2019 winner Louisiana Flair. Relentless Dynasty is the first stakes winner in the brood as well as the top earner.
Relentless Dynasty’s second dam is two- time winner Winning Flair, who finished second in the San Jacinto Stakes and was a finalist in the TQHA Breeders’ Futurity-RG1 and in the Longhorn Futurity-G3.
Previously unbeaten and coming in as the fastest qualifier to the TQHA Sale Futurity, Perrys Secret (Hez Our Secret-Sister Jess) broke well from the inside post. He finished in second place under his regular jockey Manuel Gutierrez for owner Carlos Ponce and trainer Josue Ponce.
Perrys Secret, a gray gelding, previously won his trial to the West Texas Futurity-G2 in April as the eighth fastest qualifier to the finals. He then came back and scored a wire- to-wire win in the $323,571 finals in May.
As the fastest qualifer to the TQHA Sale Futurity, Perrys Secret won his trial easily by a clear 2 3/4-lengths in :17.504. Perrys Secret earned $104,445 for his second place finish in this race, taking his total earnings to $263,843.
Domino CD (Dominyun-Cindys First CD) hit the gate at the beginnning of the TQHA Sale Futurity finals, but he recov- ered quickly and ran a steady and even race to bank third place money under Ricky Ramirez, who was riding the sorrel gelding for the first time.
Domino CD is bred, owned and trained by Jorge Haddad. The gelding previ-
ously finished fourth in the Sam Houston Futurity-G2 earlier this year. He won his trial to the TQHA Sale Futurity in wire-to- wire fashion by 1/2-length in :17.510. He clocked in for the second-fastest time on the qualifying ladder.
LJ Lightning Cartel (Special Royal Corona-Risen Eagle) finished in fourth posi- tion and is still looking to break his maiden; Coronados Lil Lady (Coronado Cartel- Bodacious Lil Lady), who won her trial
by 3/4-length, followed in fifth position; Trump My Record (Apollitical Blood-Breck N Records), the winner of the Sam Houston Futurity-G2 and Harrah’s Futurity-G3 earlier this year, was in sixth place; mul- tiple graded stakes finalist Jess Dashin Along (Down N Dash-Jess Marcy) finished in seventh; followed by 2-time winner
Eos Shez My Secret (Hez Our Secret-War Silks), Medicci (The Louisiana Cartel-Las Alamitos) and My Favorite Q H (Favorite Cartel-Miss QH).
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