Lookin for Amillion, with Nikeela Black aboard, held off Shazoomin for Honor and jockey Brian Merrill down the stretch to win a $2,000 quarter horse allowance race at 350 yards Saturday at Sun Downs.
Owned by Charmaine Beck and trained by Bill Hof, Lookin for Amillion won by three-quarters of a length in 17.92 seconds.
An estimated crowd of 1300 wagered $39,727 for the day.
Today's 10-race card will feature the $22,450 Pot O'Gold Futurity at 300 yards, featuring the 10 fastest 2-year-olds from the trials two weeks ago.
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Kimz Hucklebery Hank, owned by Karla and Warren Kimsey and trained by Kennewick's Bill Hoburg, was the fastest qualifier during the trials with a time of 15.75 seconds.
Post time today is 1:30 p.m.
Bad day for Trey at the track Saturday, dropping $40.40 and making the imaginary bankroll (which started at $500) now $394.20.
Let's hope he does better today.
Trey likes Slightly Moonstruck in the first, but he's hedging his bet by doing an exacta box with Sheza Fast One.
Also take Slightly Moonstruck as the first part of the Daily Double, and complete it by bellying up to Liberty At the Bar. Trey is also taking $2 across the board on Liberty At the Bar.
In the third, Giggle for Goldy will send Trey laughing to the bank at $5 across the board.
For the fourth, we're boxing a trifecta of Bh Country Cutie, Miss Royal Rumble and Sheza Zoomin Star.
In the fifth, Swiss Ace looks good at $5 across the board.
Gana Road and Honey Bunny makes a great exacta box in the sixth; while a trifecta box of Separate Royal Lady, Awezoomin and Just Cant Hide It is the call for the seventh.
In the eighth, Trey will box an exacta of Daddies Little Girl with Dippin in the Cash and Race to Riches.
In the ninth, go $5 across the board on Ginformyfren.
Also pick Ginformyfren as the first half of the Late Double, and combine that with Kimz Hucklebery Hank.
Finally, put $5 across the board on Kimz Hucklebery Hank in the 10th.
That's $102 in wagers.