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Rancho Milagro Yegua Arabian Stake at Lone Star Park


sponsored by: Ken and Nancy Blewett of RANCHO MILAGRO YEGUA. Rancho Milagro Yegua is located on 300 lush, rolling acres in Central Texas between San Antonio and Austin. It is a luxuriously comfortable facility providing the very best for horses. The mission of Rancho Milagro Yegua is to create awareness of Arabian racing, to offer world class horses, and give many more people the opportunity to experience the lifestyle of the Arabian horse through ownership and partnerships. Nancy and Ken are active participants in Arabian racing, and Nancy serves on the board of directors for the Texas Arabian Breeders Association.




New Lone Star Park Record, New Texas Record & New USA Track Record.

Results
Horse/Pedigree
Owner/Breeder
Jockey/Trainer
WINNER Burning Fancy
Burning Sand x Sayquins And Lace, by Sayhi MC

Marvin Powell / Arnold and Gail Bardin

Kelsi Purcell / Jerry Partin

Second Jessys Princess
Burning Sand x Noble Princess,
by Monarch AH

Sam Vasquez / Sam Vasquez

Jose Figueroa / Elizabeth Brand

Third Get Her Done
Burning Sand x TC Cheyenne,
by Tomanchie

Teresa Carvalho / James Morris

Rita Helton / Rene LaFleur





Burning Fancy Sets Track Record in Winning Rancho Milagro Yegua Arabian Stakes

OCTOBER 17, 2009 - LONE STAR PARK - Burning Fancy, owned by Marvin Powell and trained by Jerry Partin, set a track record in dominating the 2nd running of the seven-furlong, $9,000 Rancho Milagro Yegua Arabian Stakes, for fillies and mares, three-year-olds and upward, over a fast track at Lone Star Park on Saturday night.

Ridden by Kelsi Purcell, the 3-year-old daughter of Burning Sand never had an anxious moment in leading her eight rivals from start-to-finish. After showing first out of the gate, Burning Fancy rolled along on the lead through opening fractions of :24.70 and :49.68 before stopping the clock in 1:31.06—setting a new Arabian course record for the seven-furlong distance.

Defending champion Jessys Princess, trained by Elizabeth Brand, finished 11 ¼ lengths back in second, and it was another 25 ¾ lengths back to third-place finisher Get Her Done.

With the win, Burning Fancy improved her record to 4 wins from 6 starts and increased her career earnings to $28,760.

Burning Fancy paid $2.40, $2.20, $2.10, runner-up Jessys Princess returned $2.60, $2.40, and Get Her Done paid $5.80 for show. Oooh Lay La, Triumphs Pearl, Key Finder, Lori Anne, MW Bonnie Z, and Schakka Khan completed the order of finish.

Dan Leary
Director of Communications
Lone Star Park




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P.O. Box 215.  Forney, Texas 75126
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