06/01/2008 11:00PM

Quarter Horse sets world mark


Sea Ola Go, in her first official start in two years, established a world record of 16.946 seconds for 350 yards at SunRay Park on Sunday. A 4-year-old California-bred filly, Sea Ola Go is owned and trained by Alonso Orozco, who leads the Quarter Horse standings at SunRay with 14 wins from 35 starts.

Esgar Ramirez was aboard Sea Ola Go, who was a 2 1/4-length winner while ridden out with no wind behind her.

Explaining how the filly spent her two years away from recognized racing, Orozco said, "She won six or seven match races in Mexico against some tough horses."