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                                IQHA Idaho Cup Futurity
by Danny Camp
Zoom On Jess soared to his first stakes victory in the $18,315 IQHA Idaho Cup Futurity at Sandy Downs on July 24.
Fastest qualifier from the July 12 trials, Zoom On Jess loaded into the number 8-post for the finals. Under Jesus Flores, Zoom On Jess took command immediately at the break. They stayed there through- out, only increasing their lead. The farther he went, the bigger his lead. He crossed the wire 3/4-length in front. They completed the 350 yards in :18.147.
The gelding earned first place money worth $7,330 for owners Gary & Jeralyn Messenger and trainer Monty Arrossa, boosting his total lifetime earnings to $16,630. It was his fourth career win from six starts.
Gary and Jeralyn Messenger bred Zoom On Jess out of winner Feature Miss Fame. She has produced 100% money earners from three starters. Zoom On Jess is her first stakes winner and top earner.
His second dam is Go For Fame, winner of the Northwest Championship Challenge-G2, Northwest Derby Challenge-G3, Northwest Distaff Challenge, The Informant Derby and the Idaho Cup Derby. She was also a finalist in multiple graded stakes races, including the Mildred N Vessels Memorial-G1.
Ridden by Jose Figueroa, Shez Too Special (Bodacious Dash-Shez Snazzy Ivory) finished second for owner Jesus Duenas and trainer Angie Thomson.
Dashn Courage (Captain Courage-Special Truth) finished third under Jesus Valenzuela for owner Larry Chapple and trainer Paul Greene.
Followed by Risata (Desirio-Cherry Vodka), RTM Good Enough (Ivory James-RTM Say Your Prayers), Cash Closing (Im Alright Now-A Corons Day), M E Five Bar Dilly (Five Bar Cartel-Dilligass), Unique Ways (Teller Cartel-Wayward Wings) and Furys First Lady (Furyofthewind-Genre). TM High Snappy Cat was scratched.
Canterbury Park Derby
by Michael Cusortelli
Jess Wagon P, a 19-1 longshot and the seventh- fastest qualifier from the June 23 trials, sprinted to her first stakes win in the $78,050 Canterbury Park Derby on July 7.
Jess Wagon P broke in second from the 5-post, but quickly grabbed the lead and held on to cross the wire a head in front of the pack.
Owned by Randy Hill & Stacy Charette-Hill who also trains the filly, Jess Wagon P went 400 yards in :20.041 while racing against a reported 15-mph head wind. Froylan Ramirez rode the filly for the first time in the race.
Jess Wagon P has won two of 11 races, and the $35,122 winner’s share of the Canterbury Park Derby purse pushed her bankroll to $49,163, of which $42,207 has been pocketed this season.
Michael A. Pohl bred Jess Wagon P out of 2012 Valley Junction Futurity winner Ride My Wagon. She has produced 100% money earners from four starters. Jess Wagon P is her first stakes winner
and top earner. Her second dam, Shawne Kate, ran second in the 1991 Sequoyah County Juvenile Stakes at Blue Ribbon Downs.
Fastest qualifier Apollitical Mogul (Apollitical Jess- Cash Cartel) ran second under Cody Smith for owners Tom and Bill Maher and trainer Jason Olmstead.
Heza Blues Man (Favorite Cartel-Eyesa Blues Girl) finished third for the Estate of Thomas Bradbury, Thomas Bradbury Jr., and Lisa Beauprez. Ry Eikleberry rode the gelding for trainer John Hammes.
Spy For The Senate (Louisiana Senator-Corona Spy), The Bald Eagle (One Famous Eagle-Corona Deluxe), Its No Sin To Win (Valiant Hero-Sin Tacha Perry), Sweet Bab Of Return (High Rate Of Return- Lil Bag Of Shake), Stripper Dust (Louisiana Senator- Miranda Fame), HR Back N The Day (Freighttrain B-What A Justice) and Jess Doin Time (Apollitical Jess-Lenas Rare Lady) completed the field.
Bank of America CBY Champ. Chal.
by Michael Cusortelli
Sent to post at odds of 6-1, Lunderborg LLC’s PYC Jess Bite Mydust earned his fourth stakes win in the $54,511 Bank of America Canterbury Park Championship Challenge on July 7.
PYC Jess Bite Mydust completed the 400 yards in :21.942 against a reported 10-mph head wind, and his margin of victory was a head from favorite Hawkeye. Cristian Esqueda rode the homebred 5-year-old gelding for trainer Jason Olmstead.
In addition to earning the $25,620 winner’s share of the $54,511 purse, PYC Jess Bite Mydust scored
a berth in the 440-yard $250,000 Bank of America Challenge Championship-G1 at Albuquerque Downs on Oct. 26. PYC Jess Bite Mydust was win- ning for the first time in two races at the 440-yard trip. All told, the gelding has won six of 21 outs, including the 2016 Mystic Lake Northlands Futurity, and he has banked $222,441.
Lunderborg LLC bred PYC Jess Bite Mydust out of North Central QHRA Futurity winner Paint
Or More. She has produced 100% stakes winners from two starters, including Dickey Bob, who won the Bob Morehouse Stakes and the Cash Caravan Stakes last year.
Hawkeye (One Dashing Eagle-No Fees) was second under Manuel Gutierrez for owner Bobby D. Cox and trainer Josue Ponce.
Quick Dashin Perry (Mr Jess Perry-Royally Sandra) and Marcus Swiontek ran third for owner DC E & K Farms and trainer Shawna Manriquez.
Faster Than Hasta (Hasta Be Fast- Leadmetoyourladder) ran fourth and was followed by Three Olives N Smoke (Jess Louisiana Blue-Smokin Corona), DRT Dynasty (FDD Dynasty-One Quick Jess), High Rate Of Motion (High Rate Of Return- Brimmers Motion), Political Candy (Apollitical Jess-Send Candy Power) and Let Bull Fly (Talkalota Bull-Sixy De Strawfly).
            Sandy Downs • $18,315 350 yards • :18.147
Jess An Illusion
Feature Mr Jess
  Jess Zoomin
ZOOM ON JESS, ‘17-g.
  Feature Miss Fame
 Go For Fame
 Canterbury Park • $78,050 400 yards • :20.041 • si 90
Streakin La Jolla
Scoopie Fein
PYC Paint Your Wagon
  Mr Jess Perry
Ride My Wagon
   Shawne Kate
 Canterbury Park • $54,511 440 yards • :21.942 • si 101
Mr Jess Perry
Apollitical Jess
Apollitical Time
    Paint Or More
PYC Paint Your Wagon Tell Her More
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