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Jrs Queen Breaks Maiden In $58,000 BHS Quarter Horse Futurity on Sunday

Miles City hosted the 58,000 BHS Quarter Horse Futurity on Sunday's race card.

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MILES CITY, MT—MAY 4, 2024—Jrs Queen got her first career win on Sunday when she defeated Kiss The Cowgirl in the $58,000 BHS Quarter Horse Futurity at Miles City.

Under jockey Jayden Ironeyes, Jrs Queen was much the best. She completed the 250 yards in 13.522 seconds, equaling a 93-speed index. It was the filly's first win in two starts after she finished second on the fastest trial on May 4.

The daughter of leading second-crop sire Flying Cowboy 123 pocketed $29,000 for her winning effort today.

Robert Don Johnson trains the $40,000 Heritage Place Yearling Sale graduate for owner Broken Heart Ranch. Ron Moosman and Jim Nebeker bred Jrs Queen in Wyoming from the Corona Cartel mare Mississippi Queen.

Bumped at the start, runner-up Kiss The Cowgirl dueled to get second under jockey Kody Kellenberger. Also from the Johnson Stable, Kiss The Cowgirl races for owner Daniel Haughian, earning $13,340 for her effort. Monty and Katsy Cluck bred the Kiss My Hocks filly in Texas from the Tres Seis mare Cowgirl Tough. Last November, she sold for $16,000 in the Heritage Place Fall Mixed Sale.

Famous Speedy One, also bumped at the start under jockey Cordarelton Benn, finished a nose back to earn $7,530 for the third.  Racing for owner Cole Wilson, Famous Speedy One made it a trifecta for trainer Robert Don Jonson.  Darrel Smith and Noreen Cavanaugh bred the Famous Painted One gelding in North Dakota from the Ree Company mare Little Free Speed.

Y O At A Glance, Feudalicious, Im Rip, Francisquin, and Sixs Cb Sweet Haven completed the field.


For additional information on breeding, contact Royal Vista Ranch Farm Manager—Laura Erickson—at (405) 449-7575.

Story and images courtesy of Stallion E Search.


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