Royal Vista Stallion Round-Up Weekend of July 13-15
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Dominyun (above) and Ivory James each sired two additional stakes qualifiers over the weekend of July 13-15.

WAYNE, OK—JULY 17, 2018—In other Royal Vista Stallions News over the weekend Dak, a 3-year-old son of multiple stakes sire DOMINYUN, qualified for the $479,196 TQHA Sale Futurity(RG3) at Retama Park.

Trainer Leon Bard saddled the 2-year-old out of Fleet Elis by Fishers Dash for owner Blue Star Racing. Bullard Farms bred the gray colt in Texas. The TQHA Sale Futurity(RG3) final will be contested Saturday, July 28th.

DOMINYUN is also the sire of The Last Union, a Paint filly who qualified for the $98,200 Speedhorse Paint & Appaloosa Futurity(G1) at Fair Meadows in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Last Union is an Oklahoma homebred racing for owner-breeder Jimmy Maddux, from the Moon Lark mare Texas Union-PT. Mollie Devereaux is the trainer. The finals are Saturday, July 28th.

Multiple stakes sire IVORY JAMES also sired two qualifiers over the weekend.

Rappid, a Bobby D. Cox Oklahoma-bred gelding from the Azoom mare Azoomin With Jessie, posted the fourth fastest time for the $222,000 Speedhorse Futurity(G1) at Will Rogers Downs. Matthew Eck is the owner-breeder and Daniel Torres had the riding call. The Speedhorse finals are set Saturday, July 28th.

In the $16,000 Open To The World Peace Country Derby trials, IVORY JAMES daughter Don’t Hezitate, under jockey Martin Ortiz, posted the 5th fastest time. Trainer William Leech conditions the 3-year-old out of Jess Brimmin To Go by Brimmerton for owners Charlie Weaselhead and Jim Plume. The final will be held on Sunday, July 29th at Grande Prairie in Alberta, Canada.