Alberta Closes it’s 2021 Racing Season with the Canada Quarter Horse Cup Series


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Getit Foose, winner of the 2021 Canada Quarter Horse Cup Classic

Flight Club, winner of the 2021 Canada Quarter Horse Cup Derby

Wave Burner, winner of the 2021 Canada Quarter Horse Cup (RG3) Futurit

The final weekend of Quarter Horse racing for the Alberta Quarter Horse Racing Association’s 2021 season happened this past weekend, October 22 and 23. The 2021  Canada Quarter Horse Cup series was ran at Century Mile Race Track & Casino in Edmonton, AB.

Friday night saw Getit Foose prevail over the field of seven in the Cup Classic. Getit Foose, a California bred gelding by Foose out of the mare Getit Together, was ridden by Ricardo Moreno for owner Charles Stojan and trainer William Leech. Second was stable mate Stripsteak. Dead heat for third between Honor The Fast Man and Getit Hot. 
Saturday night was dreary and a sloppy track for the Canada Cup Derby and Futurity (RG3).
Race one saw Flight Club (Foose x Seperate Flight) win the Canada QH Cup Derby. He is owned by Charles Stojan, trained by William Leech and ridden by Ricardo Moreno. Royale Runaway was second and Bright Foo Fighter was third. 
The 25th running of the Canada QH Cup (RG3) Futurity was the second race on Saturday night. Wave Burner (Wave Carver x First Prize Sass) prevailed for the win. He is owned by Jeffrey R. W. Rath, trained by Wesley Oulton and ridden by Silvino Morales. Bringontherush was second and Our Storm Chaser third. 
Congratulations, to the horses, trainers, owners & jockey’s on their successes!

The Alberta Quarter Horse Racing Association promotes Quarter Horse Racing through the encouragement of breeding and ownership, as well as track development. Inaugurated in 1968, Quarter Horses have been competing in Alberta since 1957, beginning at the Millarville racetrack.

Photos by Ryan Haynes, Coady Photo CTM

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