StallioneSearch.comJuly 20, 2014
William and Mary Robertson's Prospect To Dash drew off from the field by 1¼ lengths Sunday afternoon as she got her second straight win in the $19,158 G.C.F.A. Maiden Challenge at the Gillespie County Fairgrounds in Texas.
Ridden by Santos Carrizales, the 4-year-old raced over the 350 yards in :17.899 seconds to pick up the winner's purse of $6,705. She boosted her lifetime earnings mark to $18,957.
Rigo Juarez conditions the Prospect To The Top filly out of This Ones For Dash, by Victory Dash. Jorge and Laura Valenzuela bred Prospect To Dash in Texas.
FDD Separatist, a Separatist 3-year-old owned by Filimon Saucedo and trained by Juan Saucedo, earned $2,874 for finishing second. Diane Evans bred the gray gelding in Oklahoma from the First Down Dash mare Yaya Girl. Luis Vivanco had the riding assignment.
Stablemate Hit Zoom, who broke-in then veered out in the race, finished a nose back in the show position. Also owned by Filimon Saucedo and trained by Juan Saucedo, the Shazoom 3-year-old picked up $1,916 for his effort. Willie Salard bred the sorrel colt in Louisiana from the Mr Jess Perry mare Magics Miracle.
Completing the field were Mary Me Anna, El Cometa Del Jm, Shakem Easy Cricket, White Diamond, Cc Will Run For U, Mm Chicks Girl and Happens To Zip.
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