LARC NEWS Posted: 3/20/2018 9:50:48 PM

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            Reliance Ranches’ (photo) talented juvenile contingent was on display on Tuesday morning at Los Alamitos, as six of their 14 Robert Adair Kindergarten Futurity eligible runners posted gate works at 220 yards.

            Reliance Ranches’ Conquering Marie and SC Coronada shared the honors of having the morning’s fastest times, as they each posted a :12.20 clocking. In her first work back on March 6, SC Coronada posted the bullet work of :12.3 at 220 yards. On this morning, the filly by Coronado Cartel broke sharply from the inside post with Conquering Marie working right alongside of her as part of a three horse set. Jockey Jesus Rios Ayala sat cool aboard SC Coronada the entire way, while Conquering Marie was asked once by her exercise rider and she was first across the wire by a nose over SC Coronada. Conquering Marie’s :12.2 work on Tuesday follows the :12.5 clocking she posted on March 6.

            Bred in Oklahoma SC Coronada is out of the champion aged mare Spit Curl Diva, a multiple graded stakes winner of $829,353 in her career. Spit Curl Diva was a 12-time stakes winner in her career with her top wins being the Grade 1 Refrigerator Handicap and Grade 1 AQHA Distaff Challenge in 2010. Spit Curl Diva is the dam of multiple stakes winners SC Vapor Trail (by Corona Cartel) and Stevie B First Cash (by First Down Dash).  SC Vapor Trail won the John Deere California Juvenile and qualified to the Ed Burke Million Futurity here last year, while Stevie B First Cash won the Town Policy Handicap and First Down Dash Handicap at Los Alamitos and is a multiple Grade 1 stakes placed runner.

            Conquering Marie is also by Coronado Cartel and out of Illegal Fireworks who won six of 18 starts and earned $181,901 in her racing career. She won the 2011 Grade 3 Junos Request Stakes at Remington Park and qualified to the 2010 Texas Classic Derby. She’s from the family of Totally Illegal, the winner of the Grade 1 QHBC Juvenile Classic and Grade 2 Governor’s Cup Futurity in 1993.

            The third member of that workout set was Reliance Ranches’ Pack Light, a filly by One Famous Eagle and out of Back In the Pack, who worked in a time of :12.3. Bred by Jim and Marilyn Helzer, Back In The Pack earned $131,831 in her career and she won her trials to the All American, Rainbow, and Oklahoma futurities and won the All American Juvenile Invitational. She was second in the 2011 Rainbow Futurity.

            Get Away Car and Sage Franklin, two more  Reliance Ranches-owned runners,  also posted :12.3 clockings. Get Away Car is a colt by Corona Cartel out of Fast Red Rose, whose dam is Fast First Prize, the winner of the 2002 Heritage Place Futurity and $244,929. Sage Franklin is a colt by Corona Cartel out of Fate Cant Weight, a winner of her 2012 Rainbow Futurity trial and third place finisher in the Grade 3 Will Rogers Derby Challenge. Sage Franklin is a half-brother of Peighnt Your Fate, the sixth place finisher in last year’s Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity.

            Videos of 2-year-old workouts held here can be viewed for FREE by using Windows Media Player at the following link: http://www.losalamitos.com/Workouts.aspx. For more call 714-820-2690.

            A total of 50 juvelines worked on Tuesday morning. Here are a few of the other highlights from this busy morning of works: Get Away Car and Sage Franklin, two more  Reliance Ranches-owned runners,  also posted :12.3 clockings. Get Away Car is a colt by Corona Cartel out of Fast Red Rose, whose dam is Fast First Prize, the winner of the 2002 Heritage Place Futurity and $244,929. Sage Franklin is a colt by Corona Cartel out of Fate Cant Weight, a winner of her 2012 Rainbow Futurity trial and third place finisher in the Grade 3 Will Rogers Derby Challenge. Sage Franklin is a half-brother of Peighnt Your Fate, the sixth place finisher in last year’s Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity.

            Videos of 2-year-old workouts held here can be viewed for FREE by using Windows Media Player at the following link: http://www.losalamitos.com/Workouts.aspx. For more call 714-820-2690.

                       Alpha Female, a California-bred filly by Favorite Cartel and out of Miss Kittys Bar Bet, worked in :12.4. Her mother earned $261,981 and was second in the Grade 1 Charger Bar Handicap. She ran in the Ed Burke Million, Los Alamitos Two Million, and Kindergarten futurities. This is the family of Grade 1 winner Ynot Walk and stakes winner Stel Easy.

                       Tempting Delight, an Indiana-bred filly by Tempting Dash and out of Miss Inseprable, worked in :12.4. Her granddam is ADelightful Legacy, winner of the All American Juvenile Invitational and fourth in the 2003 Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity. This family traces to Gwendolyn Eaves’ Fortune Of Delight, the dam of champion and All American Futurity winner A Delightful Dasher, and major Grade 1 finalist Hes My Dasher. Grade 1 winner Tres Seis is also part of this great family.

                       Pull The Trigger, a California-bred colt by Stel Corona and out of What Fire, worked in :12.4. Dam was fourth in 2010 La Primera Del Ano Derby and ran in Governor’s Cup Derby. PullThe Fire’s granddam is champion and All American Futurity winner AB What ARunner.

                       Striver, a California-bred filly by Foose and out of Motherless, worked in :12.5. She’s a full sister to Jens List Stakes winner Conquer All. This is the family of AQHAWorld Champion Super Sound Charge and major stakes winner Ronas Sound.

                       Ali Babe Foose, a California-bred colt by Foose and out of Babe On The Fly, worked in :12.5. His dam is a prolific stakes producer of Grade 1 winners Rock You and Little Talks plus stakes winners Fly Thru The Fire and Carne Vino. This is also the family of 2016 Governor’s Cup Futurity winner AJSAnna Smoke.

                       Monster Hand, a California-bred colt by Walk Thru Fire and out of Remember Me Rose, worked in :12.5. His dam earned $820,895 and won the Grade 1 Ruidoso Derby, Grade 2 Sunland Park Winter Futurity, and Grade 2 AQHAJuvenile Challenge. She was second in the Rainbow Futurity and ran in the AllAmerican Futurity. Remember Me Rose is the dam of The Revenant, Remember The Rose, and Remember To Dash. All three qualified to Grade 1 futurities at Los Alamitos last year.

                       Tac Me Up, a California-bred colt by Kiddy Up an out of Tacatrina, worked in :12.5. Her dam is from the family of Grade 2 PCQHRABreeders Futurity winner Stel My Corona. This is also the family of champion Ocean Runaway, AQHAWorld Champion Wave Carver, and stakes winner Ocean Cartel.

                       Favorite Spectacle, a California-bred gelding by Favorite Cartel and out of Septacular, worked in :12.6.  Gelding is a half-brother to champion Separate Fire, winner of the Ed Burke Million and Kindergarten futurities. He’s also a half-brother of stakes winner Ilikethewayshewalks.

 

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