Fulton Quien Sabe Ranch

A Tradition of Champions For More than 70 Years

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Fulton Quien Sabe Ranch is the #3 All Time Leading Breeder of Money Earners with over $20 Million Dollars earned…

Breeder of Stallions that have sired the earners of $80+ Million including 250+ Stakes winners.

Hotstepper

$1,416,516 LTE

2018 ALL AMERICAN DERBY CHAMPION
2018 TEXAS CLASSIC DERBY CHAMPION
2018 AQHA WORLD CHAMPION 3 YR OLD

Trump my record

$796,937 LTE

2019 World Champion 2 Yr Old
2019 Texas Classic Futurity Champion
2019 Sam Houston Futurity Champion
2019 Harrah’s Futurity Champion

Hotsempting

$437,945 LTE

2020 Ruidoso Derby Champion
#1 money earning 3 yr old 2020
Undefeated in 2020
Fastest qualifier Ruidoso Derby

FULTON QUIEN SABE RANCH IS LEGENDARY

YOUR HISTORY IS YOUR TESTIMONY

Trump my record gets grade 1 win in $904,631 Texas Classic Futurity

GRAND PRAIRIE, TX—NOVEMBER 9, 2019—Trump My Record, probably the most consistent 2-year-old in the nation, got his third graded stakes win on Saturday night when he defeated Dash For Cash Futurity(G1) winner Chilitos by half-a-length in the Grade 1 $904,631 Texas Classic Futurity at Lone Star Park.

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TRUMP MY RECORD IS FASTEST QUALIFIER TO THE $459,700 SAM HOUSTON FUTURITY(G2) AT SAM HOUSTON RACE PARK

The fifth trial of the card produced the fastest qualifier when Trump My Record returned to the winner’s circle with an impressive gate-to-wire victory under rider Eddie Sanchez, covering 330 yards in :16.566 seconds. The track was fast and he earned a 103 speed index assisted by a 10 mph tail wind.

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Texas Pride Solidly Behind Trump My Record

GRAND PRAIRIE, TX—NOVEMBER 6, 2019—Breeding, quality care and soundness are essential to the development of a champion racehorse. But if you acknowledge the added ingredient of Texas pride, then Trump My Record edges even closer to capturing his third futurity of the year. He will run Saturday night at Lone Star Park as the fastest qualifier and 8-5 morning line favorite in the $904,631 Texas Classic Futurity

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2019 AQHA Racing Champions

Dr. Ed Allred’s homebred He Looks Hot has had a tremendous career, and it hit a peak in his 7-year-old season when he was voted the 2019 World Champion Racing American Quarter Horse.

He also earned the title of champion aged horse and champion aged gelding after a season that saw him win five of 10 starts and earn $420,036. As a freshman, He Looks Hot won the Los Alamitos Two Million Futurity (G1). He was unraced in 2015 due to health scares, but for an unbelievable four consecutive years after that, he has qualified to the Champion of Champions (G1).

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THREE-TIME STAKES WINNER, TRUMP MY RECORD, BREAKS DEAD LAST, STILL QUALIFIES FASTEST FOR HERITAGE PLACE DERBY

The highly-touted Trump My Record appeared to have all chances at qualifying for the final of the Grade 2, $248,000 Heritage Place Derby destroyed at the beginning of his trial. However, he still had the bulk of the 400-yard distance for the rest of the story.

Trump My Record broke dead last in his trial, the first of five on Sunday night at Remington Park, and trailed the field for the first half of the 400-yard race. Like a rocket turning on its afterburners, he altered his path around another rival. Finding a sliver of space, jockey James Flores he steered the talented gelding to victory, passing all of his foes in a flash.

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HOTSEMPTING LEADS THE FIELD INTO THE RUIDOSO DERBY

RUIDOSO DOWNS, NM – MAY 24, 2020 – Under a blue sky with a slight headwind, it was a filly named Hotsempting that blazed a trail to the wire in 19.945 and led the field of 10 qualifiers who will vie for the top prize in the Ruidoso Derby. The finals for the $750,000 GI Ruidoso Derby for 3-year-olds will be held on June 6th at Ruidoso Downs Race Track.

Hotsempting, a Texas-bred graduate of the Ruidoso Yearling Sale, is owned by Miguel Gallegos and Mauricio Gallegos and is trained by Sergio Ibarra. Today, jockey Esgar Ramirez rode Hotsempting to a dominant win over the rest of the field.

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Fastest qualifier and odds-on favorite Hotsempting earns one-length victory.

Sent to post as the 3-5 favorite in a field of 10 sophomores, fastest qualifier Hotsempting sprinted to a wire-to-wire, one-length victory in Saturday’s $900,000 Ruidoso Derby (G1) at Ruidoso Downs.

Hotsempting covered 400 yards in :20.006 while racing against a reported 12-mph head wind. Esgar Ramirez rode the bay daughter of champion Tempting Dash for owners Miguel Y. Gallegos and Mauricio Gallegos and trainer Sergio Ibarra.

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