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Lajollas Mr Big Stuff shows speed in G1 Speedhorse Paint & Appaloosa Futurity

TULSA, OKLAHOMA—Finishing with a time of :17.32 seconds for 350 yards, Lajollas Mr Big Stuff won the Grade 1 Speedhorse Paint & Appaloosa Futurity on August 4 at Fair Meadows Racetrack in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The 2-year-old sorrel tobiano gelding is by local stallion Royal Quick Flash and out of MCM Evelyn Lajolla, owned and bred by Jane Cullum of Muskogee, Oklahoma.

Race Photo
Lajollas Mr Big Stuff. Photo courtesy Gene Wilson.
Lajollas Mr Big Stuff

Pedigree Bracket

Royal Quick Flash

2nd Gen Bracket

Royal Quick Dash 3rd Gen Bracket First Down Dash
Harems Choice
Venice Song 3rd Gen Bracket Hempen
MCM Evelyn Lajolla

2nd Gen Bracket

Streakin La Jolla 3rd Gen Bracket Streakin Six
Bottom's Up
Evelyn M 3rd Gen Bracket Judys Lineage
Headin South

For his second futurity win, Lajollas Mr Big Stuff took home $41,795, bringing his career earnings to $99,712. Trained by Dee Keener, Lajollas Mr Big Stuff was ridden by jockey James Flores.

Super Glide Harley, who qualified with the fastest time, finished second with a time of :17.38 seconds, earning $18,698 for lifetime earnings of $78,947, sired by Awesome Chrome and out of Biker Chick, Super Glide Harley is owned by Paint Horse Queens of Coweta, Oklahoma, and bred by Steven Wright of Coweta, Oklahoma. Trained by Dee Keener, the sorrel overo gelding was ridden by G. R. Carter, Jr.

Third across the finish line was Judys Miss Banks, a sorrel solid Paint-bred mare by Gold Medal Jess AQHA and out of Judys Chicklet. Owned by Sammy and Nadine Hester of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Judys Miss Banks was bred by Jerry Banks of Sapulpa, Oklahoma. She ran the distance in :17.44 seconds with jockey Larry Payne, to bring home $12,099.

Other horses competing in the race included Ubuyillfly, Ld Flashback, Zoomin Moon, Overdosed, Bp Cartel Sunset, Personal Ensign and Teller Bye ApHC.

About APHA
The American Paint Horse Association (APHA), the international breed registry for the American Paint Horse headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2012. In fulfillment of its mission to collect, record and preserve pedigrees of the breed, APHA recognizes and supports 111 regional and international clubs, produces championship shows, sponsors trail rides and creates and maintains programs that increase the value of American Paint Horses and enriches members' experiences with their horses. APHA has registered more than a million horses in 59 nations and territories since it was founded, and now serves over 64,000 active youth and adult members around the world.