Dynamix Second Fastest To $50,000 Oklahoma Juvenile Invitational, I V Gone Places In Grade 2 Eastex
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Dynamix (inside) finished second in the 14th trial Saturday, just missing making the Grade 3 $525,050 Oklahoma Futurity final by mere inches.

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—MARCH 14, 2017—Making her first career start in the $525,015 Oklahoma Futurity(G3) trials on Saturday (Mar 10), Dynamix, a daughter of multiple stakes sire DOMINYUN, finished a close second in the 14th trial to end the night with the 12th fastest time from 164 head who completed in 17 trial races.

The second 10 fastest qualifiers are preferred invites for the $50,000-Guaranteed Oklahoma Juvenile Invitational to be contested on Saturday, March 25th at Remington Park.

An $8,000 Heritage Place Yearling Sale graduate, Dynamix races for owner Rodriguez Racing and trainer Esdgar Moreno. Edgar Martinez rode the brown filly to a :15.527 clocking when she finished a head off seventh fastest qualifier Unconquerable.

Bred in Oklahoma by Bobby D. Cox, Dynamix is out of the Corona Cartel mare Corona Edge.

On February 15th, Dynamix posted the top training race time at Remington Park.

For a complete list of Oklahoma Juvenile preferred invites CLICK HERE.

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In other Royal Vista Ranches' news from the opening weekend at Remington Park, I V Gone, a graded stakes winning son of IVORY JAMES finished third in the Grade 3 $60,252 Eastex Stakes on Sunday.

Owned by Celesse Fregoso, the 7-year-old Ivory James gelding earned $5,688 for his third-place effort. Juliana Mancillas trains with Cody Wainscott getting the riding assignment.

L.P. Frank bred the stakes winning gelding in Oklahoma from the Takin On The Cash mare Bye Bye Bygones. He has earned nearly $170,000.