07/29/2003 11:00PM

Quik Jolla, 'Miss Royalty' rematch


The first- and third-place finishers in the Grade 1, $306,377 West Texas Futurity, Quik Jolla and Call Me Miss Royalty, meet again in the Grade 2, $73,080 American Airlines New Mexico Challenge at Ruidoso Downs on Sunday afternoon.

In the West Texas Futurity on April 6, Quik Jolla won by a half-length. She then won the Ruidoso Juvenile Invitational, a race for horses that didn't qualify for the Ruidoso Futurity.

Quik Jolla and Call Me Miss Royalty each won their New Mexico Challenge trials. Quick Jolla is the fastest qualifier with a 17.155-second time for 350 yards and Call Me Miss Royalty is the third-fastest qualifier with a 17.295-second time.

Sale offers 410 head

The Vessels/Schvaneveldt Sale, annually one of the nation's premier auctions, will offer 410 head of breeding stock and yearlings this Monday and Tuesday at the Vessels Stallion Farm in Bonsall, Calif.

Broodmares will be sold on Monday at 7 p.m. Pacific and 351 yearlings are scheduled to go through the ring on Tuesday at 10 a.m.

Two years ago, the sale sold eventual All American Futurity winner AB What a Runner.

Yearlings catalogued this year include a full-brother to 2000 world champion A Ransom, and a full brother to All American Futurity winner and leading sire Royal Quick Dash.