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First Crop Sire Tee Cos Gets First Stakes Winner

First crop sire Tee Cos sired his first stakes winner on Friday at Delta Downs.

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VILLE PLATTE, LA—JUNE 24, 2016—Grade 1 placed-first crop sire Tee Cos SI 102 got his first stakes winner Friday when his 2-year-old son Mr Tee Cos won the $51,495 Alabama Futurity at Delta Downs.

Ridden by jockey John Hamilton, Mr Tee Cos kept his record a perfect 3-for-3 while completing the 330 yards in :16.293 seconds. The $25,747 winner's purse boosted his career total to $36,847. Trey Ellis conditions the Alabama homebred for owners Winston Houston and Marcus Tillman. The brown colt, out of Dashing Danali by Dashing Val, entered the futurity as the fastest qualifier.

Jockey John Hamilton pilots Mr Tee C-os to victory in the $51,495 Alabama Futurity Friday night at Delta Downs.
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From a limited number of starters in his first crop to race, Tee Cos has sired six winners and 1 stakes winner. Through June 21st he is the #5 Leading First Crop Sire in America.

Tee Cos' top performers include Alabama Futurity winner Mr Tee Cos (3 wins in 3 starts, $36,847), West Texas Futurity(G2) finalist Gamey Tee Cos (winner in two starts at 2, $14,071), Dust Tee Jewel (winner at 2, $19,630), Shiney Cartel (winner at 2, $14,800), Jls Shes Sassy (winner at 2, $14,025 ), Tee Mata (winner at 2, $12,900), etc.

A son of leading living sire of money earners Corona Cartel, Tee Cos won or placed in eight of 13 career starts and earned $246,396. He was second in the Grade 2 James Isaac Hobbs Stakes, third in the Grade 1 All American Futurity and a finalist in the Grade 1 Texas Classic Futurity and Evangeline Downs Derby.

Tee Cos is out of the Grade 2 winner Do It To It Reb SI 101 ($67,849), by Splash Bac, dam of 12 ROM, five stakes horses including RG2 winner Get It Reb SI 107($249,080), Tee Cos SI 102 (see above), RG1 placed Jls Go Big Daddy SI 102 ($126,433), RG2-placed Jls Ms Get Reb SI 98 ($78,560), G3-placed Jls Bubba B SI 91 ($33,695), RG3-finalist Jls Dash Bye Si 105 ($50,814), etc.

The second dam is the stakes-placed daughter of Reb's Policy (TB), Rebs Do It To It SI 107 ($22,125) who set a new track record of :17.450 seconds for 350 yards at Bandera Downs. She is a sister to former Los Alamitos track record-holder and stakes winner I'm A Sure Thing SI 103 ($35,317), etc.

Tee Cos stands for a 2016 fee of $2,000 at Blanchet Farms. For additional information or to request a breeding contract call Chris or Kim Blanchet at 337-885.2019.

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