LARC NEWS Posted: 5/3/2020 12:23:17 AM


            Lucky Seven Ranch has campaigned some of the best fillies and mares to have graced the racetrack at Los Alamitos Race Course. Russell and Lisa Stooks’ racing operation has campaigned champions like 2007 AQHA World Champion Blues Girl Too and AQHA champion aged mare Sass Me Blue.

Lucky Seven Ranch unveiled another talented filly from their outstanding shedrow on Saturday at Los Alamitos, as their homebred runner Sassies Blues Girl (photo) posted an impressive length victory in the sixth race of the night. Sired by Favorite Cartel and out of the great Sass Me Blue, Sassies Blues Girl covered the 300-yard distance in :15.667 under the guidance of Oscar Andrade, Jr. for trainer Mike Casselman.

“She was a little bit tough to saddle – just a little nervous,” Casselman said. “When she had to stand behind the gate she just settled down. Oscar did a really nice job settling her down. He knows her, he has been on her quite a bit. He knows her and that gives you quite a bit of confidence. Sass Me Blue really stamps her babies. All of her babies look a lot like her.”

Sassies Blues Girl will make her next start in the trials to the Ed Burke Million Futurity on Sunday, June 7.

Sass Me Blue’s younger half-brother, the Jim Nebeker-owned Jess Paint Me, won the other race for juveniles of the night when he outdueled Ed Allred’s Single Brad by a half-length in a time of :15.705. Ridden by Eduardo Nicasio for trainer Chris O’Dell, Jess Paint Me is a colt by PYC Paint Your Wagon out of the outstanding broodmare Jess Sass Me. In addition of Sass Me Blue, Jess Sass Me is also the dam of the champion Jess Walking Thru. Jess Walking Thru’s daughter, FG Jess Paintin Thru, won her racing debut here on April 11.


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