Telequest becomes Greeley’s Conquest’s most recent first time winner!

December 9, 2015 by Keith Haag

Telequest (Greeley’s Conquest – Telecaster, by Cactus Ridge) took down a $26,000 maiden special weight race Monday evening at Zia Park to make him the most recent first time winner for Greeley’s Conquest! The chestnut gelding covered the 6 furlongs in 1:10.18 and added $15,600 to his bankroll for the victory. It was quite an eventful stretch run with Telequest getting whipped… by the second place horse’s jockey… twice! No kidding, the jockey aboard second place finisher Super Accord whipped Telequest, who was on the inside, with his left hand as he started to drift out, then switched the whip to his right hand and reached over his own horse to hit Telequest again! Pretty unbelievable, but the results stood after a steward’s inquiry and an objection were filed. Telequest was bred in Kentucky by his owner, Dream Walkin’ Farms (Toby Keith). Congratulations to Dream Walkin’ Farms as well as Telequest’s jockey, Frank Reyes, and his trainer, Paul Smith. Best of luck with this horse in the future!

View the complete results chart here:

12/7/15 Zia Park Race 9

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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