Bling On the Music romps in TTA Futurity for fillies

Bling On the Music romps in TTA Futurity for fillies

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Too Much Bling Sire of Texas Futurity Winners

Bling On the Music and Shaded were winners of Texas Thoroughbred Futurity divisions.

Lane’s End Texas stallion Too Much Bling  had a big night at Lone Star Park July 9 as the sire of both winners in divisions of the Texas Thoroughbred Futurity, one of them on a disqualification.

Keene Thoroughbreds’ Bling On the Music, out of the Action This Day mare Soft Music, won the $93,903 division for 2-year-old fillies by 8 1/2 lengths in :58.11 for five furlongs on a track rated fast. The filly, who has won her first two starts by a combined 13 1/4 lengths, was purchased for $95,000 at the TTA 2-year-olds in training sale, is trained by J.R. Caldwell, and was ridden by Luis Quinonez.

In the $90,248 division for colts and geldings, Boomer's Boy defeated Shaded by a head in :59.75 for five furlongs but was disqualified and placed fourth for interference. That made the winner Clark Brewster’s Shaded, a 2-year-old colt out of the Mineshaft  mare Fast Find.

Shaded, now two-for-two, was a $36,000 buy at the TTA 2-year-olds in training sale. He's trained by Steve Asmussen and was ridden by Iram Diego.

W.S. Farish bred both futurity winners. The races are for Texas-accredited horses and TTA sale graduates.