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Los Alamitos Equine Sale set for Oct 7 & 8


October 3, 2006     E-mail this page to a friend!

Los Alamitos Race Course - The 2006 Los Alamitos Equine Sale on Saturday, October 7 and Sunday, October 8 will look to build on the success of the company's inaugural sale in 2005 when All American Futurity winner No Secrets Here, Ed Burke Million Futurity winner FDD Dynasty and Firecracker Futurity My First Passion were among the horses featured in the catalog.

More future stars promise to be on display next weekend as more than 350 outstanding yearling and over 100 talented broodmares will be offered at the sale. The sale will once again be at the beautiful open-air facility located adjacent to Los Alamitos Race Course.

The facility will once again feature a beautiful grass paddock, a first class barn area and an additional sale board and television screens that will provide buyers and consignors an even more convenient and comfortable sale experience. The sale will start at 9:30 a.m. sharp on both days.

An impressive array of potential future Quarter Horse stars will be on display this year as the catalog features over 80 yearlings out of mares that have produced at least one stakes winner. The catalog also features 24 yearlings that are out of mares that have earned over $100,000 and yearlings in this catalog can boast to having a combined 61 siblings that have earned over $100,000 in their career. Twenty-three of these horses have each earned over $200,000.

There are 103 sires represented in this year's catalog. There are 15 yearlings sired by all-time leading stallion First Down Dash, 38 yearlings sired by champion stallion Hawkinson, 37 yearlings sired by Bono Jazz, 28 yearlings sired by Separatist, 21 yearlings sired by Fishers Dash, 17 yearlings sired by Strawfly Special, 10 yearlings sired by Corona Cartel, nine yearlings sired by Check Him Out, six yearling sired by Chicks Beduino, six yearlings sired by Mr Jess Perry, five sired by Walk Thru Fire and four sired by Mr Eye Opener. There's even a recipient mare carrying an embryo transfer sired by 2005 Champion of Champions winner Ocean Runaway.

First Down Dash, Corona Cartel and Mr Jess Perry are the nation's leading sires of 2-year-old money winners, while Corona Cartel, Separatist and Mr Eye Opener are the nation's leading sires of 2-year-old winners. Check Him Out is the nation's leading freshman sire.

The royally bred yearlings in the catalog include a half-brother to All American Futurity winner No Secrets Here ($1,140,265), a half-sister to All American Futurity winner Falling In Love Again ($1,210,375), a full-brother to All American Futurity winner Ausual Suspect ($1,003,564), a sibling to Los Alamitos Million Futurity winner Corona Kool ($1,296,793) and Corona Chick ($591,326), a full-sister to Los Alamitos Million Futurity winner Your First Moon ($750,726) a full brother to the aforementioned Ed Burke Memorial Futurity winner Check Him Out ($418,528), a half brother to 2000 World Champion and Champion of Champions winner A Ransom ($1,079,556), and a First Down Dash half-brother to four-time AQHA champion Catchmeinyourdreams ($992,574).

The Equine Sale Catalog will also feature a half-sister to champions Hawkish ($685,631) and Hawkinson ($448,299), a full-brother to Dash For Cash Futurity winner Pivotal Decision ($630,639), a full-brother to Los Alamitos Invitational Championship winner Heza Ramblin Man ($750,987), and a half-sister to Bridlewood ($191,358), Girl Secrets ($177,552) and Gulfstream Five ($225,827).

Other notable yearlings in the sale include siblings to Rainbow Derby winner A Streak Of Cash ($181,346), All American Futurity runner-up Flys R Droppin ($379,566), Governor's Cup Futurity winner Flys R Streakin ($239,535), Los Alamitos Million Futurity runner-up Hardly Hateful ($436,979), Kindergarten Futurity winner Red Hot Rhythm ($164,014), Ford Juvenile Challenge winner Dash On A Mission ($118,500), noted sired and Los Alamitos Million Futurity finalist Walk Thru Fire ($94,280), Go Man Go Handicap winner Metalico ($194,289), Los Alamitos Derby winner Marmet ($308,263), Vessels Maturity winner Don Callender ($241,474) and Ed Burke Memorial Futurity winner Flomont ($206,213) and Mildred Vessels Memorial Handicap winner Running Bac ($114,482).

The 3-year-old filly Separate Tac, the runner-up in this year's Rainbow Derby and a finalist in last year's Ruidoso Futurity, is part of the sale catalog as well. Stakes winners The Rainbow Rita, Do Ya Disco, Model Number, Sables Secret, The Rainbow Riva and Perfecter are among the 100 broodmares offered in the catalog.

For more information, please call 714-236-1755 or visit www.losalamitosequinesale.com.