Mexico-Bred Son of One Fabulous Eagle Qualifies for $200,000 All American Juvenile
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Muy Peligrosito, under jockey Adrian Ramos, qualifying for the $200,000 All American Juvenile on Saturday at Ruidoso Downs Race Track.

RUIDOSO DOWNS, NM—AUGUST 21, 2021—In just his second career start Muy Peligrosito, a son of leading second-crop sire of winners' ONE FABULOUS EAGLE raced to a 1- ¾ length win in the 11th trial on Day 2 of the $3,000,000 All American Futurity trials at Ruidoso Downs.

Under jockey Adrian Ramos the sorrel gelding clocked :21.412 seconds for the 440 yards, equaling a 94 speed index with a 2 mph crosswind. All of the Day 2 All American Futurity qualifiers came out of trials with a tailwind.  Muy Peligrosito's time, getting him as the 3rd fastest qualifier for the $200,000 All American Juvenile, was quite an accomplishment.

Trainer Albert Valles trains the Mexico-bred gelding for owner Abelardo F. Gallegos. Darling Farms and Jaime H. Gomez bred Muy Peligrosito from the Walk Thru Fire mare Peligrosita. In his only other start he was seventh in the Ruidoso QH Futurity trials May 29th.

The $200,000 All American Juvenile Invitational will be contested on the September 6th Labor Day card at Ruidoso Downs.

For a complete list of Juvenile qualifies with times, sires, dams, owner, breeders and trainers CLICK HERE.