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We’re pretty sure it’s time to catch up on some news from the Appaloosa racing world. There are some impressive horses running this year and here are results from July races.

Strike It Rich Futurity
A Day Before, a two-year-old dark bay appaloosa gelding made his way to the winners circle at the Strike It Rich Futurity July 7th. The 350-yard race, at Fair Meadows race track in Tulsa, Oklahoma, provided a total purse of $30,000.

A Day Before, sired by Dispensing Speed and out of It’s Cash’s Perks, completed the race in 18.197 seconds. The gelding is owned and trained by James Limbaugh and ridden by Adam Wade Roughley. Winning by ¼ lengths A Day Before earned $9,000, making his life time earnings $14,208.

Finishing Second and taking home $6,000 was Love Um N Leave Um, a two-year-old gelding owned and bred by V. Victoria Ennis. Love Um N Leave Um is sired by I Love Willie and out of Lavish Moon. The horse is trained by Eddie Willis and ridden by Larry Payne.

Zevis Dash owned and trained by Raymond Venn and bred by Nicholas Schramm came in third with Jay James aboard taking home $3,600. Zevis Dash is sired by Zevis Scooter Bug and out of Missy Mit Dash.

Horses completing the field included R Girl Gone, Beer Bait and Ammo, Mr Coupe De Ville, Call Me Speedy, Eyes Easy, Perky Patrick and Moonin Mamy.

Spots N Dots Stakes
A hot and humid Friday the 13th in Tulsa, Oklahoma turned out to be not so unlucky after all for Im A Marble To who won the Spots N Dots Stakes at Fair Meadows Track. With a distance of 870 yards and a total purse of $27,500 Im A Marble To completed the race in 46.34 seconds, winning by one length and earning $16,320.

The 9-year-old, dark bay gelding, owned by G&G Partnership/Geier and trained by 74-year-old Hubert Blankenship, proved that superstitions do not apply to him by bringing his lifetime earnings to $160,702.

Im A Marble To is sired by My Designated Driver (AQHA) and out of All The Marbles, was bred by Jeff Rutland of Kanas and ridden by Adam Wade Roughley.

Finishing Second was Boy of Summer, a 6-yesr-old Paint gelding, earning $5,440. The horse is trained by Tim Weeder and ridden by Paul Nieto.

Zevis Kidd owned and bred by Nicholas Schramm and trained by Raymond Venn came in third with Jay James aboard taking home $2,992. Zevis Kidd is sired by Zevis Scooter Bug and out of Missy Mit Dash.

Horses completing the field included Suzys Hero (APHA), Lone Star Rising, DD Marble, Roman Guard (APHA), Special Judy (APHA), Earth Wind and Fire (APHA) and Braggin Rights.

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