Latest Racing News at EC QUARTER HORSES

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Note:   

  • All the yearlings have been sold on the Ruidoso or Heritage Sales. 
  • Thank you for your support of our program.   We appreciate your business.  
  • Keep watch for new updated photographs of the 2019 foals.  Posted on the Foal Page soon.

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The Heritage Yearlings sold Sept 19-20, 2019

lot 37

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EC Baca
First Prize Rose x He's Relentless 
Filly 2-24-18

lot 40

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 Mi Thai

SS Pamilla x Valiant Hero 

Filly  1-26-1

lot 57

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CaraCola
Itea x Jess Good Candy 
Filly 1-20-18

lot 276

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Good Got It
Fast Prize Zoom x Jess  Good Candy
Filly 4-22-18 G

lot 279

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EC Brandi
CR Sugar N Spice x He's Relentless  

Filly 2-11-18

lot 288

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 Liam's Road

AMG 6.3 x Tempting Dash

Colt 1-26-18 

Continued-the Heritage Yearlings sold Sept 19-20, 2019

lot 394

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E C FIVE

CR Sugar and Spice x Valiant Hero

Filly 1-23-18

lot 493

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Louise EC 
Fast Prize Zoom x Lousiana Cartel
Filly 4-25-18 

lot 511

Greenline
First Prize Rose x Jess Good Candy 
Filly 4-2-18

Greenline

First Prize Rose x Jess Good Candy
Filly 4-2-18

lot 610

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Zipline

AMG 6.3 x Valiant Hero

Colt 2-18-18  

heritage place catalog (select to view)

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heritage sale schedule

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2019

Pre-Sale Party Hosted by Heritage Place
Everyone is Welcome! 5 pm to 7 pm 

DAY ONE – THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2019  Session One Starting Promptly at 9 am

HIPS 1-331  Hip #’s 1-100 | Hip #’s 101-200 | Hip #’s 201-333

OQHRA Reception in Restaurant & Club
READ MORE Honoring Dr. David Stone Immediately Following the Sale

 

DAY TWO – FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2019

Session Two Starting Promptly at 9 am

HIPS 332-663

Hip #’s 332-432 | Hip #’s 433-532 | Hip #’s 533-663

Restaurant & Club Open Daily • Phone (405) 682-4551 | Fax (405) 686-1267
Please bring catalog to the sale. SUPPLY IS LIMITED

THANK YOU

SOLD IN THE RUIDOSO SALE AUG. 30-31 SEPT 1 THANK YOU BUYERS.

About Jess Good Candy

Check out this great video about Jess Good Candy the Sire of two of our offerings at 2019 Ruidoso Select Yearling Sale.  Hip 109 and Hip 274.

the latest 2019 news at EC Quarter Horses

Yearlings in Ruidoso and Heritage

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2019  RUIDOSO SELECT YEAR SALE

Schedule of Events 

Friday, August 30 - Session I (1-140) 

Saturday, August 31 - Session II (141-280) 

Sunday, September 1 - Session III (281-422) 

To be held at the RUIDOSO DOWNS SALES PAVILION East of the Ruidoso Downs Race Track Each session begins im mediately following the races.

Sale managed by All American Ruidoso Horse Sales, LLC 100 N. Joe Welch, Ruidoso Downs, NM 88346 

P.O. Box 909, Ruidoso Downs, NM 88346 

Phone 575-378-4474 - Fax 575-378-4788 

Website: www.ruidososelectyearlingsale.com Email:dreed@raceruidoso.com wwiggins@raceruidoso.com 


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HERITAGE SALE SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2019

Pre-Sale Party Hosted by Heritage Place
Everyone is Welcome! 5 pm to 7 pm 

DAY ONE – THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2019  Session One Starting Promptly at 9 am

HIPS 1-331  Hip #’s 1-100 | Hip #’s 101-200 |Hip #’s 201-333

OQHRA Reception in Restaurant & Club
READ MORE Honoring Dr. David Stone Immediately Following the Sale

DAY TWO – FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2019

Session Two Starting Promptly at 9 am

HIPS 332-663

Hip #’s 332-432 | Hip #’s 433-532 | Hip #’s 533-663

Restaurant & Club Open Daily • Phone (405) 682-4551 | Fax (405) 686-1267
Please bring catalog to the sale. SUPPLY IS LIMITED

Pepper Ryan wins some races

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SORREL, GELDING, FOALED JANUARY 28, 2017

( ONE DASHING EAGLE - by ITEA, BY CORONA CARTEL )

Five starts 2 First 2 Seconds Earning $114,861 to date

June 1 - EC REVENGE wins for 93 year old owner Elizabeth Logan

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JOCKEY JAMES FLORES WINS SIX, INCLUDING $396,650 OKLAHOMA FUTURITY ABOARD EC REVENGE FOR 92-YEAR-OLD OWNER

EC Revenge’s owner Elizabeth Logan of Haskell, Okla., must not have wanted to rush into the business of owning racehorses. The 92-year-old won the Grade 2, $396,650 Oklahoma Futurity for 2-year-old American Quarter Horses on Saturday night at Remington Park.

“It took me to 92 years old to do something like this,” Logan said with a laugh after her juvenile gelding flashed to the wire like lightning in the feature race of seven stakes events on Remington Park’s 12-race card.

She certainly had something to smile about as this son of He's Relentless, out of the Corona Cartel mare SS Pamilla, made the bank account go cha-ching, earning $158,660 for the victory. He was bred in Oklahoma by William E. Smith.

The victory was jockey James Flores’ fifth trip to the winner’s circle on the night (he won the nightcap also to conclude a six-win evening), vaulting him back into the lead in the rider standings this meet. The defending champion jockey at Remington Park, Flores won the Oklahoma Futurity for a second time in the past four years. He also won in 2016 with Coronas First Diva. Flores had them laughing in the winner’s circle when there was a minor glitch with the microphone during his post-race interview.

​“He ran so fast he knocked out the electricity and the sound,” Flores told Logan and trainer Dee Keener.

“I love my jockey and trainer,” Logan said. “James can ride him again.”

EC Revenge blazed to the win over a fast track in a time of 15.307 seconds for 300 yards, earning a speed index of 93. He now has $164,390 in two starts. He finished a full length ahead of the field. Pepper Ryan was second, another length in front of third-place runner Southern Fast Success. The winner went off at 5-2 odds and returned $7.80 to win, $4.40 to place and $3.60 to show.

EC Revenge was the top qualifier from 12 trials for the Oklahoma Futurity on March 9. The historic Oklahoma Futurity was contested for the 78th time. It is the longest running futurity in American Quarter Horse racing with the first edition held in 1947. Remington Park has conducted the race since 2006.