Freighttrain B Colt Sets Fastest Time in Remington Park Schooling Races
Freighttrain B sired two winners from eight schooling races at Remington Park on Thursday, including BV King George, the fastest winner from 68 two-year-olds.
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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—MARCH 3, 2016—Bella Vista Farms' Bv King George, a brother to 2016 Heritage Place Futurity(G1) winner Bv Midnite Express, set the fastest time at Remington Park on Thursday after winning the last (Race 10) of eight schooling races for two-year-olds at the Oklahoma City facility.

Eddie Lee Willis, who also trained Bv Midnite Express to victory in the Sunland Park Juvenile Championship and the All American Juvenile Invitational for owner/breeder Bella Vista Farms, saddled the son of leading second crop sire FREIGHTTRAIN B to a :13.48 clocking over the 250 yards on a sloppy racetrack. The gelding rallied in the middle of the track to take over in the final 100 yards to defeat Redheads Run Hotter by a neck with a 21 mph tailwind.

Out of the multiple stakes producer Ms Tres Seis by Tres Seis, Bv King George is a half-brother to three other stakes runners. BV Midnite Express has earned $759,252 while winning five of eight starts to 3, 2016.

FREIGHTTRAIN B was the only sire getting two winners on Thursday's training card.

Catch This Train, by FREIGHTTRAIN B, put in a solid effort to win Race 7 for trainer Allen Hybsha. Carry Hybsha owns the filly out of Quick Meggie, by Royal Quick Dash. The bay was clockin in :13.77 second with an 18 mph tailwind.

For a complete list of today's results in order of time CLICK HERE.