EVANSTON — The horse racing season continues at Wyoming Downs and there have been many exciting races. Sixteen races were held last weekend but the third race held on Saturday had a pretty healthy payout for those lucky enough to pick the trifecta.
The first race on Saturday was a quarter horse race for three-year-olds and older. Giorgina, owned by Miguel Zavala Lopez and ridden by Daniel Carrillo won the race. Dessledging, owned by Tom Close and ridden by Jessica Hadley was second and Just a Win Away was third. The winner paid $5.40.
Treasured Valentine owned by BNB RACING INC. won the second quarter horse race and the jockey was CJ Benn. Ravensheart was second and He’s a Running Perry was third. The winner paid out $9.60.
Signatures Taxman who is owned by Larry and Joyce Mower, ridden by J.R. Velenzuela and paid $22.20 to win, won the third race. CIR Just perfect was second and Smoke ‘N Fame was third. The trifecta for this race paid $1,450.60.
CD Fire and Ice won the fourth race of the day with Nakia Ramirez as the jockey. BF Stone Cold was second and GL Lock ‘N Loaded was third.
The quarter horse Alma the Younger, owned by Robert Shepard, won the fifth race and paid $9.80 to win. Successful Bluff was second and Another Bumper was third.
Race six was the first thoroughbred race of the day and C.J. Pro, ridden by Jordan Hadley won the race. Malone was second and Memo to Reese was third.
Race seven was a quarter horse race for mares and fillies three years old and older.
Cypress Sally, owned by A and C Racing and Ropin, ridden by Uriel Dominguez won first place. Betrothen was second and One Heavenly Eagle was third. The trifecta for this race paid $608.80.
Adash of Cash owned by K.C. Carden and jockeyed by Santiago Jimenez won race eight. Bono Ono from Phoenix Farms was second and TDZ Ocean Corona was second.
On Sunday the racing continued at Wyoming Downs with JV Power Wagon winning the first race featuring two-year-old quarter horses. JV Power Wagon is owned by J.V. Quarter Horses and jockeyed by Nakia Ramirez and paid $20.20 to win. Angel’s Last Dash was second and Outlaw Trail was third. The trifecta paid $320.
The second race featured three-year-olds and up. Be Our Honor owned and trained by Joey Atwood won the race and paid $5.80 to win. El Huarache was second with The Midnight Caller placing third.
The third race was won by VVR Calvin Labeck, owned and trained by David Greene, and paid $11.40 to win. Eyesa Special Shadow was second and Sixy Hero on Fire V was third. The trifecta paid $326.
Bigbadchihuahua won the fourth race and paid $7.20 to win. A Dashin Secret Li was second and Cj Cashin Cartel was third.
The fifth race was a mixed breed two-year-old race. Cajun Prize, owned by Ralph Hartline and jockeyed by Nakia Ramirez was first. Awesome Trick was second and One More Last Time was third.
The sixth race was a thoroughbred race of mares and fillies, three years old and up, where Champion Risk, owned by Chris and Reid Mitchell won with Rant ‘N Rave in second. Drop of Vanilla was third.
The seventh race was won by Limitlessinyellow, which came in with 5/2 odds and paid $10.20 to win. Speedin’ With Eddie was second and Kalkan Kaye was third. The trifecta paid $588.60.
The final race of the weekend for two-year-old quarter horses had Vvr Fancy Chic, owned by S and S Racing, jockeyed by Tyson Lusk, was first with 15/2 odds and paid $17.00 to win. Favorite Fire Boy was second and Switching to 307 was third.