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Jan 17th, 16
Who Jack, under jockey Leal Osdany, winning the $100,580 FQHRA Stallion Stakes Derby at Hialeah Park Sunday afternoon.

© Coady Photography

HIALEAH, FL—JANUARY 17, 2016—Running for a tag just two races back, Who Jack stepped up Sunday in a driving finish to defeat fastest qualifier Fast Flyin Fireball by a neck in the $100,580 FQHRA Stallion Stakes Derby at Hialeah Park. Ahs Uncle finished another neck back for third in the blanket finish.

Ridden by jockey Leal Osdany Who Jack took the lead shortly after the start and completed the 350 yards in :17.568 seconds, a 97-speed index with a 16 mph tailwind.

Sergio Concepcion saddled the son of Jumpn for owner Eulice Pujol. It was the second win in five career starts for sorrel gelding and the $42,244 winner's purse boosted his career total to $54,844. Leigh Lepinski and Leverne Perry bred Who Jack in Louisiana from the Lil Easy Cash mare Paradise Jayne.

Fast Flyin Fireball, an Oklahoma-bred son of This Flights For You, picked up $18,104 for his second place effort. Donnie Lee Strickland conditions the bay gelding for owner Adina Baker. Bred by Gene Cox, Fast Flyin Fireball is out of the Strawfly Special mare Biscuits N Buns. He has earned $41,177 in nine career starts. Benito Baca was aboard.

Alicia Hill Smith's Florida homebred Ahs Uncle Si was saddled by trainer Judd Kearl and ridden by jockey Larry Payne. The colt by Struttin To Beduino from the Ichie Dancer mare Ichies Signature earned $12,069 for the effort.

Country Mans Jazz, Foust, Kittyna, Watch My Wallet Loto, Blushing First Down, Jess Strong and Mister Swagger James completed the field.
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HIALEAH, FL—JANUARY 17, 2016—Running for a tag just two races back, Who Jack stepped up Sunday in a driving finish to defeat fastest qualifier Fast Flyin Fireball by a neck in the $100,580 FQHRA Stallion Stakes Derby at Hialeah Park. Ahs Uncle finished another neck back for third in the blanket finish.

Ridden by jockey Leal Osdany Who Jack took the lead shortly after the start and completed the 350 yards in :17.568 seconds, a 97-speed index with a 16 mph tailwind.

Sergio Concepcion saddled the son of Jumpn for owner Eulice Pujol. It was the second win in five career starts for sorrel gelding and the $42,244 winner's purse boosted his career total to $54,844. Leigh Lepinski and Leverne Perry bred Who Jack in Louisiana from the Lil Easy Cash mare Paradise Jayne.

FQHRA President Ron Smith presents the winning connections of Who Jack the FQHRA Stallion Stakes Derby trophy. © Coady Photography
Fast Flyin Fireball, an Oklahoma-bred son of This Flights For You, picked up $18,104 for his second place effort. Donnie Lee Strickland conditions the bay gelding for owner Adina Baker. Bred by Gene Cox, Fast Flyin Fireball is out of the Strawfly Special mare Biscuits N Buns. He has earned $41,177 in nine career starts. Benito Baca was aboard.

Alicia Hill Smith's Florida homebred Ahus Uncle Si was saddled by trainer Judd Kearl and ridden by jockey Larry Payne. The colt by Struttin To Beduino from the Ichie Dancer mare Ichies Signature earned $12,069 for the effort.

Country Mans Jazz, Foust, Kittyna, Watch My Wallet Loto, Blushing First Down, Jess Strong and Mister Swagger James completed the field.

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