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One More Last Time Rolls In Rocky Mountain Spring Classic Paint & Appaloosa Futurity
Los Alamitos track record holder Divide The Cash sired the Rocky Mountain Spring Classic Paint & Appaloosa Futurity One More Last Time on Sunday.
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POCATELLO, ID—MAY 21, 2017—One More Last Time, an Appaloosa son of Los Alamitos track record holder and third crop sire DIVIDE THE CASH, was never headed Sunday when he defeated Cajun Prize by 1¼ lengths in the $10,000 Rocky Mountain Spring Classic Paint & Appaloosa Futurity at Pocatello Downs.

Ridden by jockey Jesus Canales, One More Last Time covered the 330 yards in a quick :16.983 seconds, a 99-speed index with a 12-mph tailwind. Saddled by trainer Jere Brinkerhoff, the 2-year-old gelding is now 2-for-2 and has earned $4,300.

The Colorado homebred races for owner John B. White and was bred by John V White, Jr., DVM from the Chicks Dig It mare Cash N Flash.

Also an Appaloosa, Cajun Prize races for owner/breeder Ralph Hartline and trainer Don Atwood. The daughter of Quarter Horse champion third-crop sire The Louisiana Cartel is out of Eye On The Prize by Eyesastrawfly. Second in both her starts this season, the dark bay filly has earned $1,900. Nakia Ramirez had the riding assignment.

Tisatimetotakecash put in a solid effort under jockey Dallas Erickson to finish third and pickup $1,200. The Appaloosa son of Takin The Cash races for owner/breeders Andy and Mary Atkinson and trainer Weston Smith. She is out of the Geneo Jj mare Tisa Arrow C.

Perry Cool, Kj Dash, Eyeza Cash, Easter Dash, Noble Line, Smooth Water and Jess Browzin completed the field.