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DSP Annies Flash wins G2 Spots N Dots

TULSA, OKLAHOMA—Finishing with a time of :46.11 seconds for 870 yards, DSP Annies Flash won the Grade 2 Spots N Dots Stakes on July 28 at Fair Meadows Racetrack in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The 6-year-old sorrel solid Paint-bred gelding is by local stallion Royal Quick Flash and out of Streakin Peacock AQHA. The gelding is owned by Darrel and Billie Farrow of Terlton, Oklahoma, and was bred by Doug and Susie Peacock of Sand Springs, Oklahoma.

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This was the first stakes race for DSP Annies Flash, who took home $12,530 for the win, bringing his career earnings to $26,228. Trained by Rick Maxwell, DSP Annies Flash was ridden by jockey James Flores.

Moon Bully ApHC finished second with a time of :46.11 seconds, only .05 seconds behind the winner. Moon Bully, a 8-year-old Appaloosa, is by Man With The Power ApHC and out of TB Fancy Moon AQHA. Trained by Leslie Padilla, Moon Bully was ridden by Berkley Packer.

Third across the finish line was Little Possum Jet, a four year old sorrel solid Paint-bred mare by Jungle Jet and out of Streakin Possum. Owned, bred and trained by Ray Enlow of Sapulpa, Oklahoma, Little Possum Jet ran the 870 yards in :46.38 seconds with jockey Randy Wilson.

Other horses competing in the race included Jacks Lil Bro, A Day Before ApHC, Heather Royal, Jungle Jack, Garys Rainbow ApHC, Fast Gold and Dos Of Joe Watson.

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.