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                                STAKES WINNERS
   Although we received these photos after the deadline for our Future Stakes Winner contest, we wanted to share them with you. Thank you to everyone who participated.
   April 22 colt by A Revenant & out of Ivory Queen, owned by Gary Vaughan
Feb. 18 colt by Ivory King & out of Ms Casholene, owned by
Gary Vaughan
April 30 colt by Cartels Candy Man & out of Starball, owned by Gary Vaughan
Colt by No Secrets Here & out of Jess Breeze, owned by Ross Alire
 July Stakes Events In Brazil
The Jockey Club de Sorocaba in Sorocaba, Brazil, held sev- eral big stakes events on July 27. The 400-yard Grande Premio Presidente Da ABQM Derby was won by Wagon Wheel Kas RLT (Kas On Fly-White Money RLT, Nordick Only VM) for owner Ralph Lima Terra, trainer M. Artemam, and jockey A. Artemam. In second was Zion Verge (Get Down Perry-Hawk Had It, Hawkish) and third went to California Great TD (Louisiana Senator-Jennifers Challenge, FDD Dynasty). The 330-yard Grande Premio Criacao Nacional was won by Crazzy To Fly (Corona For Me-Not A Dez, Hennessy TB) for owner Silvia Maria Pincinato Dollo, trainer M. Tavares and jockey
C. Medina, with Shes Gold (Gold Medal Jess-Shes Signed, Sighned To Fly) in second and Apple Vista (No Secrets Here- Thisfeatureisspecial, Feature Mr Jess) in third. Also held on July 27 were three races in honor of donors to the track. The Lazy E Ranch Stakes was won by Aurora Vista (No Secrets Here-Jess Plain Kool, Mr Jess Perry); the 6666 Ranch Stakes was won
by Panther Sign (Panther Mountain-Sign In Granite, Granite Lake); and the Royal Vista Ranches Stakes was won by Genoma Dash WA (Granite Lake-Genoma Daring, Tolltac Daring).
In the winner’s circle following the Grande Premio Presidente Da ABQM Derby, which was won by Wagon Wheel Kas RLT for owner Ralph Lima Terra,
trainer M. Artemam, and jockey A. Arteman.
 Speedhorse Photo Archive Answer
 The photo on page 217 shows Chickarun (Chick’s Deck-Ida Run, Top Conference TB) in the sale ring at the Preston Carter’s Sale where B. F. Phil- lips purchased her as the high seller for $500,000. Chickarun, who was bred by Lowell Neumayer and Don Brooks, had a short career on the track. She won five races from nine starts and earned $43,445 as a two year old in 1979, winning the Trinity Quarter Horse Futurity at Trinity Meadows in just her second start as well as the Raton Futurity at La Mesa Park. She was also a finalist in the Cypress Stakes at Los Alamitos.
After her short-lived career on the track, Chickarun went on to become a successful broodmare. She produced the earners of over $1.1 million and is considered an All-Time Leading Dam of ROM with 12 Register of Merit earners. Her most prosperous offspring with over $750,000 is 1984 Champion Two-Year-Old Filly Sixy Chick, who won the Dash For Cash Derby-G1, Sun Country Futurity-G1, Town Policy Handicap and Faberge Special Effort Futurity, and finished fourth in the 1985 All American Derby-G1. Her most noteworthy offspring, perhaps, is Sixarun. The 1983 stallion won three stakes events and earned over $290,000, but his real worth came as a sire. Sixarun is a top 75 all-time leading sire with over $8.2 million in earners. He is the sire of Champions Darlin Sixarun, Run The Dash and Tres Seis, and the broodmare sire of World Champion Blues Girl Too.
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