Cold Cash 123 Becomes Supreme Race Horse

World champion earns AQHA Superior and Supreme awards.

June 5, 2012

Cold Cash 123. PHOTO: Ruidoso Downs

T-Bill Stables’ homebred Cold Cash 123 has added several more honors to his already-impressive resume, as he has officially been awarded his AQHA Superior Race Horse and Supreme Race Horse awards.

The 4-year-old brown gelding on March 24 won the Leo Stakes (G1) at Remington Park, and with it earned his Supreme Race Horse designations.

The Supreme Race Horse award recognizes a racing American Quarter Horse who during his career earns $500,000 or more, wins two or more open Grade 1 stakes races and at least 10 races. Cold Cash 123 becomes the 101st horse to earn this award. Last year, three horses – Streakin Down, champion Rylees Boy and Llano Teller – were given the title.

In his most recent start on May 27, Cold Cash 123 won the Remington Park Invitational Championship (G1), earning his Superior Race Horse title. The Superior Race Horse award goes to a horse who accumulates a total of 200 points in his career, regardless of the regional point total.

Cold Cash 123 has now won 11 of 16 starts, including seven stakes (six of them Grade 1s), and earned $1,190,281. He is the reigning world champion, champion 3-year-old and champion 3-year-old gelding.

Bred in Michigan by owners Carolyn and Walter Bay, Cold Cash 123 is by Oak Tree Special and out of the Takin On The Cash mare Hot Cash 123. He is trained by C. Dwayne “Sleepy” Gilbreath.