Stakes Highlights:

-Won the Go Man Go Handicap with Takin On Spoon Man in 2003

-Won the Governor's Cup Futurity with Metallic Lion in 2003

-Won the 2001 La Primera Del Ano Derby with More Heart

-Won the Southern California Derby with Deefirst 2003

 Carlos Sosa's Anjora Corp. is one of the most geographically diverse operations in Quarter Horse racing today. Carlos campaigns larger racing operations wherever there's Quarter Horse racing. In fact, his horses have raced on at least 10 different tracks in the past three years. In recent years, his wide-spread operation has helped him become the nation's leading owner in terms of wins four different times. He was the leading owner with 56 wins in 2000; 68 in 2002; 76 in 2003; and 70 in 2004 . Anjora Corp. also finished fourth in the nation in terms of money earned with $733,822.      At Los Alamitos, Carlos' top sprinters included Flyn GT, the runner-up in the Ed Burke Memorial Futurity and third place finisher in the Governor's Cup Futurity, and Deefirst, the winner of the Southern California Derby in 2003 and third place finisher in the Spencer Childers California Breeders Championship Handicap. He also campaigned Awise Chick, who qualified to the Golden State and Governor's Cup derbies. In recent years, Anjora Corp. has been represented locally by champion aged stallion Takin On Spoon Man, La Primera Del Ano Derby winner More Heart, and former track record holder Classic First.  Juan Aleman and Paul Jones will share the training duties on the Anjora Corporation horses in 2005.
 Carlos is an engineer and an owner of six companies under the name of Anjora in Mexico. His companies hold many interests ranging from construction to farming, processing and exporting of agricultural products such as peanuts, cotton and corn. Carlos also owns around 1,200 head of cattle. He recently completed the purchase of a ranch in Murrietta, California, which will serve as a breeding center featuring 60 of his top broodmares.