Trump My Record Gets Grade 1 Win in $904,631 Texas Classic Futurity
Trump My Record, under jockey Eddie Sanchez, winning the Grade 1 $904,631 Texas Classic Futurity at Lone Star Park Saturday night.

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Trump My Record Gets Grade 1 Win in $904,631 Texas Classic Futurity

GRAND PRAIRIE, TX—NOVEMBER 9, 2019—Trump My Record, probably the most consistent 2-year-old in the nation, got his third graded stakes win on Saturday night when he defeated Dash For Cash Futurity(G1) winner Chilitos by half-a-length in the Grade 1 $904,631 Texas Classic Futurity at Lone Star Park.

Two races back Chilitos got his neck in front of Trump My Record in the Dash For Cash Futurity(G2) final, the horses are now 1-and-1 against each other and should make for a great rivalry in 2020.

Ridden by jockey Eddie Sanchez, Trump My Record kicked the starting gate prior to race during a delay when a couple of horses were scratched by the stewards on the advice of the track veterinarian. Once they reloaded and got the start, Trump My Record led wire-to-wire while completing the 400 yards in :19.464 seconds, equaling a 104 speed index.

"It was a scary thing when the horse next to me reared up," Sanchez said following the win. "But I was confident; this horse has been amazing all year and it's hard to describe how this feels."

TQHA's Val Clark and Rob Werstler presents the winning connections of Trump My Record the Texas Classic Futurity(G1) stakes trophy at Lone Star Park.
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Racing for owner Cruz Nava, the colt by first-crop sire Apollitical Blood, kicked off his campaign last March with a win in the Grade 3 Harrah's Entertainment Futurity at Louisiana Downs. In May he captured the Grade 2 Sam Houston Futurity and was second in the Grade 2 Dash For Cash Futurity at Lone Star Park in October. His only off-the-board performance was a troubled start in the RG2 TQHA Stale Futurity at Retama Park.

"First and foremost, we want to thank God for this horse he has given us," owner Veronica Nava. "We are very blessed. We are very happy and blessed!"

Conditioned by trainer Jose Luis Sanchez III, Trump My Record has compiled a (10) 8-1-0 record and the Texas Classic winners' purse of $402,562 pushed the bay colt's earnings to more than $791,100.

"The most important thing is a sound horse" trainer Jose Sanchez said. "He always did everything well, with his feed, recovery from the trials. He's an athlete and very smart. He is calm in his stall, but when you take him out, he knows!"

Bred in Texas by Fulton Quien Sabe Ranches, LP, from the Pyc Paint Your Wagon mare Breck N Records, Trump My Record was a $10,700 TQHA Yearling Sale graduate in 2018.

Runner-up Chilitos drifted in under jockey Nestor Duran to finish second and earn $199,019 for owner-breeders Omar and Anna Paredes. Winner of the Dash For Cash Futurity(G2) in his last start, Chiltos has won four of eight career starts and earned $396,538 this season.

Trump My Record (outside) battles Chilitos in the Texas Classic Futurity(G1) at Lone Star Park. © Dustin Orona Photography
Adrian Huitron trains the son of leading sire Apollitical Jess from the Game Patriot mare Mary Me Anna. Chiltos was also a finalist in the Remington Park Oklahoma Bred Futurity(RG1) in April.

The lightly raced Battle Weary broke out and bumped at the start before finishing 1-˝ lengths back in third for owner Newman Cattle Company LLC. Ricky Ramirez rode the California-bred son of Favorite Cartel for trainer James J. Gonzalez. Bred by Steve D. Burns, from the A Classic Dash mare Classic Sassy Chic, Battle Weary earned $99,510 for his effort.

Doc Hockaday, A Painted Dynasty, My Fast Prize, Kj Frankie B and Dynast C completed the field. Fm Dynasty Rock and Takilya Gurl were last scratches at the gate.

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