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Whooz Ya Daddy Breaks Maiden in $3,200 Denny Weigt Overnight Futurity at Jerome
Jerome County Fair hosted the $3,200 Denny Weigt Overnight Futurity (not black-type) on Sunday's race card.

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Whooz Ya Daddy Breaks Maiden in $3,200 Denny Weigt Overnight Futurity at Jerome

JEROME, ID – JUNE 19, 2022 – After finishing second in the Bucking Horse Sale Futurity at Miles City last month, Whooz Ya Daddy won her first stakes race in the $3,200 Denny Weigt Overnight Futurity (not black-type). The 350-yard race was one of several stakes on the Sunday afternoon card in Jerome.

Whooz Ya Daddy ($3.20) and jockey Eric Ayala broke on top and won in gate-to-wire fashion as the post-time favorite. The final time for the 350-yard race was :17.845; she earned a 94 speed index.

Fredy Olmos trains the Big Daddy Cartel filly for owners Livestock Keller and Cody Allred. She was bred in Utah by Allreds Horse Haven, out of the stakes winning mare Shi D Anna, by Proudest Effort.

Whooz Ya Daddy finished second in her career debut, a trial for the Bucking Horse Sale Futurity, and returned as the runner-up in the final. She has earned $9,370 in three starts and has never finished worse than second.

Special Gift and jockey Oscar Villa chased and finished in second place, a neck behind the winner. The Seperate Interest filly is trained by Ramiro Fregoso.

Edward J. and Von Zae McNeils own and bred the filly in Idaho, out of Awesome Gift, by Fire and Corona. Sunday’s stake was her first career start.

Shes a Lethal One completed the trifecta with Jesus Flores aboard for trainer Dabid Romero. She was two third places finishes in two starts, including her debut at Jerome earlier this month in a trial for the Roche Equine Futurity.

Shes a Lethal One was bred in Idaho by her owners, Jolynn Wheeler and Cinda Thomas, by Lethal Corona and out of She Forged It, by Forged.

Completing the field were Blackwater Cartel, Mz Six, Eye Like Her Style and Havana Heat.