Champion of Champions (horse Race)

Champion Of Champions (horse Race)

The Champion of Champions is a stakes race annually held at Los Alamitos Race Course in Cypress, California. It is the championship race for Quarter Horses.

The field is determined by the winners of 10 qualifying races held around the United States. These races are: Los Alamitos Winter Championship, Remington Park Championship, Vessels Maturity, All American Derby, Mildred Vessels Memorial, Refrigerator Handicap, Los Alamitos Invitational Championship, Bank of America Challenge Championship, Los Alamitos Super Derby, Z Wayne Griffin Trials and the Go Man Go Stakes winner qualifies as the first alternate.

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Champion Of Champions (horse Race) - Notes
... In 2008,Jess You and I set a new world record,becoming the first Quarter Horse to break the 21 second barrier when he recorded a time of 20.94 ... The second place finisher,Little Bit of Baja,also eclipsed the old world record turning in a time of 20.97 ... The previous record of 21.13 had been established in the 2007 running won by World ChampionBlues Girl Too ...

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