01/23/2016 12:34PM

Durham, Corbett win stakes with Everything Bling, Too Much Prada

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Everything Bling and jockey Glenn Corbett win the Yellow Rose Stakes by 4 1/4 lengths Friday night.

Hall’s Family Trust, trainer Danele Durham, and jockey Glenn Corbett pulled off a stakes double Friday night at Sam Houston, where Everything Bling won the $50,000 Yellow Rose and Too Much Prada captured the $50,000 Bara Lass.

There was one other stakes on the card, the $50,000 San Jacinto, won by Seneca Destiny.

The races made for the first half of Texas Champions Weekend, when Sam Houston puts on a total of seven stakes restricted to horses bred in Texas. The program continues Saturday night, with Hall’s Family Trust, Durham, and Corbett set to team with Texas Bling in the $50,000 Star of Texas.

Everything Bling ($5.80) was always prominent for a 4 1/4-length win over 3-5 favorite Lasting Bubbles in the Yellow Rose, which was for fillies and mares. The winner covered six furlongs on a track rated fast in 1:11.77.

Everything Bling is a 4-year-old daughter of Too Much Bling and was bred by Hall’s Family Trust.

Too Much Prada ($4.40), a 3-year-old filly by the same sire, set the pace and prevailed by a neck over 4-5 favorite Indygo Rocket in the Bara Lass. She covered six furlongs in 1:13.25.

Seneca Destiny ($5) was a half-length winner over Whiskey Eyes in the San Jacinto, a 1 1/16-mile turf race for fillies and mares. She covered the distance on firm ground in 1:45.54.

Deshawn Parker was aboard Seneca Destiny for Double Dip Stables and Brad Cox. The winner is a 5-year-old by Seneca Jones and was bred by Keith Asmussen.