December 23, 2015
Let the good times roll for the big man on campus, Greeley’s Conquest! His daughter, Lava Rocks, took down a $25,300 allowance race at Mahoning Valley yesterday by 9 lengths. The 3 year old filly had re-broken her maiden in her previous start after having been disqualified from a maiden victory in July. She finished 6th in the First Lady Stakes in the race prior to re-breaking her maiden. Lava Rocks earned just over $15,000 for winning the 6 furlong race, which brings her lifetime bankroll to $54,764. Congratulations to owner Jack Cannon, breeder Judith Mears, jockey T.D. Houghton, and trainer Glenroy Brown. We here at the farm wish you all the best of luck with this filly in the future.
View the full results chart here:
12/21/15 Mahoning Valley Race 3
July 16, 2015
Greeley’s Conquest continues to be on a roll with a new winner in Lava Rocks yesterday in a $32,500 maiden special weight race at Thistledown. The dark bay filly crushed the field, winning by a hefty margin of 8 1/2 lengths and paying only five cents on the dollar to win as the heavy favorite. You know it was a good race when the results chart comment reads, “much the best, easily”! Out of the Mt. Livermore mare Mt. St. Helens, Lava Rocks was bred in Ohio by Judith L. Mears and is currently owned by Jack Cannon. Congratulations to the connections, including trainer Pedro Posadas and jockey Walter De La Cruz. Best of luck next time out!
Watch a replay of the race and view the complete results here:
7/15/15 Thistledown Race 1