Two new winners in two days for Greeley’s Conquest

June 14, 2015 by Keith Haag

It has been an exciting weekend for Greeley’s Conquest with two first time winners in less than 24 hours! The first victory came Friday, June 12th for Never Heard in a $10,500 maiden claiming event at Prairie Meadows. The dark bay gelding won by two lengths in just his second career start after running third in his debut three weeks prior. Congratulations to owner/breeder Lynden Branch, trainer Kenny Smith, and jockey Dusty Ryder Shephard. The second victory came Saturday, June 13th for Ice Cream Wagon in a $8,600 maiden Quarter Horse race (yes, you read that correctly!) at Ruidoso Downs. Bred and originally owned by Toby Keith’s Dream Walkin’ Farm, the chestnut gelding now belongs to¬†Grissom Racing, Inc. (O.D. Grissom), Bailey Herwig, and Steve Herwig. Ice Cream Wagon was making his second start against Quarter Horses going 880 yards for trainer O. Dwain Grissom with¬†Jesiere Medina up. Hats off to these two winners and their connections, we look forward to seeing them next time out!

View the results chart for each race here:

6/12/15 Prairie Meadows Race 9

6/13/15 Ruidoso Race 1

Ice Cream Wagon (by Greeley’s Conquest) entered Thur., July 10th at Lone Star Park

July 7, 2014 by Keith Haag

Be on the look out for Greeley’s Conquest’s next first-time starter, Ice Cream Wagon, who is entered in a Maiden Claiming $25,000-$20,000 on Thursday, July 10th at Lone Star Park. Out of the Cactus Ridge mare Ice Cream Cutie, Ice Cream Wagon was bred by his owner, Dream Walkin’ Farms, who you may know better as country music star Toby Keith. Best of luck to Dream Walkin’ Farms, trainer Paul Smith, and jockey Narciso Cruz. Post time is 8:03 EDT. View the full entries for the race here:

7/10/14 Lone Star Park Race 2 entries

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