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2017 was a Blessed Year.

Lisa and I won a total of 15 races with 9 seconds and eight thirds.

We are excited about the 3 stallions we are standing again in 2018.

Duke Kahanamoku produced 2017 Stakes Winner Gnarly Girl. Duke's dam has produced 5 stakes winners and earners of nearly 2 million dollars.

Send a Candy Guy's first crop of foals look really good and will go to the track in 2019. Candy Guy's dam is a half sister to the dam of All American Futurity-G1 winner Jess Good Candy.

Furrtreeous had 22 winners with 31 wins and earnings of $324,200 in 2017. He also had a Black Gold Futurity-RG3 finalist (of 143 horses nominated); and a Mystery Futurity finalist.


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Duke's Speedhorse page

Duke's Speedhorse page

Duke's Speedhorse page
Mighty Boaz - October 27

Sired by Furrtreeous x Berry Berry Fast, by First Wrangler 2013 Gelding

Far N Away - October 14

2013 Joneson Farm-bred Filly out of foundation mare Beeline Feline by Rare Form

 

Furr Wheelin - October 14

Sired by Furrtreeous x Runnin With Scissors by Rare Form 2013 Gelding

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Duke's Speedhorse page Duke's Speedhorse page Duke's Speedhorse page
Furrget Me Not - October 6

Sired by Furrtreeous x The Cheetah by Pure D Dash 2015 Filly

Far N Away - October 1

2013 Joneson Farm-bred Filly out of foundation mare Beeline Feline by Rare Form

Bodacious - September 23

Sired by Furrtreeous 2015 Gelding

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Duke's Speedhorse page

Duke's Speedhorse page

Duke's Speedhorse page
Tang - August 27

Sired by Furrtreeous x Katango by Sambaso Dancer 2012 Mare

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Tang - July 16

Sired by Furrtreeous x Katango by Sambaso Dancer 2012 Mare

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Furrget Me Not - July 2

Sired by Furrtreeous x The Cheetah by Pure D Dash 2015 Filly

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Duke's Speedhorse page

Duke's Speedhorse page

Can Only Imagine - May 26

Sired by Furrtreeous x Mercy Mea by Mr Eye Opener 2014 Filly

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Furr Wheelin - May 25

Sired by Furrtreeous x Runnin With Scissors by Rare Form 2013 Gelding

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Duke's Speedhorse page

Duke's Speedhorse page
Furr Wheelin - April 15

Sired by Furrtreeous x Runnin With Scissors by Rare Form 2013 Gelding

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High Speed Kitty - March 25

2014 Joneson Farm-bred Filly out of foundation mare Kitty D Ville by Takin On The Cash

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OK APHA Trial Gnarly Girl

Duke Kahanamoku's Two-Year-Old Oklahoma-bred Filly wins with ease.

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Gnarly Girl Wins APHA Claiming Futurity
TULSA, OK—JUNE 24, 2017—Gnarly Girl, a daughter of Quarter Horse sire Duke Kahanamokudrew away Saturday to win the $26,850 APHA Claiming Futurity at Fair Meadows in Tulsa.

The filly who was disqualified for interference in the last of two trials Claiming Futurity trials contested on June 10th returned an easy winner in Saturday's 330 yard final. Ridden to her second career win, by jockey Edwuin Lujan, she completed the task in :17.094 seconds with a 12-mph tailwind.

Trainer Dee Keener saddled the sorrel filly for owners Jay Ross and Steve Wright. Out of the Texas Hero mare Go Texas Girl, the Oklahoma-bred earned $12,083 to nearly double her earnings total to $23,577.

Royal Disturbance was a game second for owners Mark and Lori Dolan. Also trained by Keener, the gray filly is by SF Royal Quick Flash from the Judys Lineage mare Domestic Disturbance. Bred by Steven Wright she earned $6,713.

Coltonfortyfiveloaded, the only horse that was claimed for $5,000 in the June 10th trials, finished three-quarters back in third. It was the first start by the gelded son of The Dashing Hero for new owner Garrett Baker and trainer William Joe David. Also bred by Wright, from the Royal Quick Dash mare Smashed Calamity, Coltonfortyfiveloaded picked up $4,027 for the effort.

Th Begger Lady, Phoebe Dial, Rollin In The Snow, Chelsa Dagger, Dos Sign and Cockeyed Chicken completed the field.

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2013 Foal

Furr Wheelin
From Foal to Racehorse

Duke's Speedhorse page
Only months old - 2013

Always a confident colt, Runnin with Scissors '13 was a farm favorite

As a Yearling - 2014

He became even more handsome as a yearling and had a great attitude

As a Racehorse - 2017

Look at him now! A triple winner in 2017

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    Photo courtesy of Coady Photography

Furr Wheelin Wins Third Straight Race
Furr Wheelin

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—MAY 25, 2017—Furr Wheelin stayed perfect on his 2017 Remington Park season, winning his second race in as many starts on Thursday night. The victory in a $7,500-level claiming race also stretched his overall winning streak to three races.

Owned and bred in Oklahoma by Lisa Joneson of Shawnee, Okla. and trained by Luis Villafranco, Furr Wheelin was ridden to victory by Gonzalo Gutierrez. The 4-year-old gelding used a solid start to go right to the lead in the 550-yard race, pulling clear to win by 1-1/4 lengths in 27.273 seconds over the fast track. Dingus Oak was up for second with Little Jo Eagle along for third, 1-1/2 lengths behind the winner.

The winning streak of three races for Furr Wheelin started in November 2016 at Will Rogers Downs in Claremore, Okla. when he broke his maiden status. The betting favorite at 8-5 odds, Furr Wheelin paid $5.20 to win, $4 to place and $3.40 to show on Thursday night. Dingus Oak paid $9.80 to place and $6.40 to show. Little Jo Eagle paid $3.80 to show.

Furr Wheelin is by Furrtreeous from the Rare Form mare Runnin With Scissors. A winner of three races from seven career attempts, Furr Wheelin made $7,679 with the latest triumph to run his overall bankroll to $21,180.

-Story courtesy of StallioneSearch.com. / Photo courtesy Dustin Orona



OK APHA Trial
Photo courtesy of Remington Park

Oklahoma Paint & Appaloosa Futurity Trials
held on March 10th. Two Joneson Ranch stallions will be represented in the final.

    JR STALLION   JOCKEY      TRIAL/FINISH   
1 Hotwiredotcom :15.632     Larry Payne   Trial 4 (1st)
2 Dukes Lil Diva :15.657 Duke Kahanamoku   Rolando Raudales    Trial 4 (2nd)   
3 MKP On The Wagon :15.694     Cody Smith     Trial 4 (3rd)   
4 El Diablo Chicken :15.697     David Pinon      Trial 5 (1st)   
5    D Railed   :15.726     Randy Wilson   Trial 5 (2nd)   
6    Alwinasumbigstuff   :15.768     Cody Smith   Trial 5 (3rd)   
7    Im The Captain Now   :15.801     Ricky Ramirez    Trial 3 (1st)   
8    JS Chickenpox   :15.843     Mario Delgado   Trial 2 (1st)   
9    Expressions N Snow    :15.862     James Flores      Trial 2 (2nd)   
10    Paleface Kitty   :15.881  Furrtreeous   Mario Chavez   Trial 3 (2nd) 

OKLAHOMA CITY – Five trials were held March 10th at Remingotn Park to decide the ten-horse field to line up for the Grade 1, $112,000 Oklahoma Paint & Appaloosa Futurity with Hotwiredotcom posting the top time at 300 yards. Oklahoma-bred Hotwiredotcom finished just a head in front of Dukes Lil Div, a daughter of Duke Kahanamoku. Dukes Lil Diva was foaled by Domestic Diva, a grey overo mare was sired by Dos Poruno.


JessTaFied
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Joneson Homebred
Jess Ta Fied
Sets New Track Record
In Piggin String Trials

TUCSON, AZ—MARCH 4, 2017—Jess Ta Fied, a 5-year-old son of One Sweet Jess, broke the Rillito Park 300-yard track record on Saturday while posting the top qualifying time for the Piggin String Stakes sponsored by Jack Daniels. The eight-fastest qualifiers, from two trial races conducted on Saturday, will return to Rillito Park Saturday, March 18th to vie for the winner's share of a $20,000-est. purse. Ridden by jockey Emilo Tapia, Jess Ta Fied finished a neck in front of Jess Wilson in the game effort to complete the 300-yard course in :15.031 seconds, a 113-speed index, to secure a new track record.

The previous record of :15.040 seconds was set February 13, 2011 by Inkys Fireman. Ron Ronquillo saddled Jess Ta Fied to his fourth career win from 12 starts for owner Cynthia Rodriguez. Bred in Oklahoma by Richard Joneson, from the Pure D Dash mare The Cheetah, Jess Ta Fied has earned nearly $18,000.

The Cheetah who won 5 stakes races and placed in 9 stakes races also produced Fast N Furrious SI 104 ($48,945). The Cheetah is a ¾ sister to Kitty D Ville SI 105 ($108,456) and from the family of Furrtreeous SI 102 ($424,651).

Inforamtion Courtesy of stallionesearch.com


Furrtreeous Gets First Stakes Winner

Cashing Teller sired by Furrtreeous

Q-RACING JOURNAL | JULY 31, 2014 | Sire Furrtreeous got his first stakes winner on Saturday when Cashing Teller won the $171,650 Speedhorse Futurity (G2).

Cashing Teller is a brown gelding who races for Dr. Curtis Smith and Sheila Reed of Wapanucka, Oklahoma. The gelding has won three of four starts with earnings of $85,969. He was bred by Smith out of the Agouti mare Teller Shes Lucky. This is the first foal out of the Grade 1-placed earner of $165,514.

Furrtreeous is a 9-year-old son of the late world champion and world champion-sire Oak Tree Special. Bred in partnership by Vessels Stallion Farm and Richard Joneson, he is now owned in full by Joneson and stands at Joneson Ranch at Shawnee, Oklahoma. Furrtreeous is out of the stakes winning Rare Form mare Beeline Feline, making him a half brother to stakes winner Sophastacat (by First Down Dash, $83,304).

The brown stallion won six of 14 starts with three seconds and two thirds, while earning $424,651. He won the 2007 Speedhorse Gold & Silver Cup Futurity (RG1) and Southwest Juvenile Championship (now a Grade 1). He was also second in the Remington Park Derby (G1) and third in the Heritage Place Futurity (G1).

Furrtreeous has sired 19 winners from 59 starters with earners of more than $400,000.
He was also the sire of the runner-up in the Speedhorse Futurity, as his Play Harder was second by a neck.

Courtesy of AQHA New - a service of the American Quarter Horse Association

Cooled shipped semen available for all of our stallions:

GRADED STAKES- PLACED
DUKE KAHANAMOKU
SI 95
by WAVE CARVER SI104

duke Kahanamoku


MULTIPLE MARE SPECIAL AVAILABLE
WHEN BOOKING TO STAKES WINNER

SEND A CANDY GUY
SI 103
by PYC PAINT YOUR WAGON SI107

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Furr Wheelin wins third straight in 2017.


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JONESON RANCH

19705 Harrison Road,
Shawnee, OK 74801

Inquiries to:
Richard & Lisa Joneson

Phone: (405) 275-0824

Email: jonesonracing@earthlink.net

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