11/14/2007 12:00AM

Summer stars make return at Lone Star Park

EmailRainbow Futurity winner Wild Six and Ruidoso Derby winner Remember Me Rose will run for the first time since their summer campaigns at Ruidoso Downs when they start in the trials to the Grade 1 Texas Classic Futurity and the Gradeo1 Texas Classic Derby.

The derby trials will be held Friday night and the futurity trials are Saturday night at Lone Star Park.

Remember Me Rose has 8 wins, 2 seconds, and 1 third from 13 starts while competing against top stakes company. She counts the Grade 1 Ruidoso Derby and the $300,000 Southwest Juvenile Championship among her four stakes wins. She was second last year in the Grade 1 Rainbow Futurity as the 1-2 favorite.

Trained by Ben Torres, she makes her first start since a third in her All American Derby trial on Aug. 17.

Also in the derby trials are Okey Dokey Fantasy and First Carolina.

Okey Dokey Fantasy started his career with eight straight wins, including the Grade 2 Longhorn, Grade 1 Manor Downs, and the Grade 1 Ruidoso futurities. He has finished second in all four of his starts since his most recent win, which came a year ago in the Texas Classic Futurity trials.

First Carolina has made only seven starts, but she has excelled from those limited opportunities with wins in the Grade 1 Heritage Place Futurity and the Grade 2 Remington Park Derby. She returns from a seven-month layoff in the Texas Classic Derby trials.

Leading Texas Classic Futurity prospect Wild Six makes her first start since running sixth at 5-2 odds in the Grade 1, $2 million All American Futurity on Labor Day at Ruidoso Downs. That was her first defeat after starting her career with six consecutive wins.

Highlighting the winning streak were victories in the Grade 1, $266,000 West Texas Futurity and the Grade 1, $625,000 Rainbow Futurity.

The Texas Classic Futurity trials are deep, and also include Swingin Jess, Pool, and Miss Blue Chew.

Swingin Jess has 5 wins and 2 seconds from 8 starts. He has wins in the Grade 1 Manor Downs Futurity and the Grade 1 Retama Park Futurity.

Pool has finished on the board in each of his eight starts, highlighted by six wins. He won the Grade 2 TQHA Sires Futurity and the Gradeo3 Ford Texas Juvenile Challenge.

Miss Blue Chew started her career with five straight wins, including the Grade 1 Remington Park Futurity and the Grade 2 Blue Ribbon Futurity, before losing his last three starts.

Mr Chivato to You preps

Refrigerator Handicap winner Mr Chivato to You prepares for the Grade 1, $1 million Champion of Champions on Dec. 15 in the $18,000 Old Habits Handicap on Saturday night at Los Alamitos.

Mr Chivato to You makes his Los Alamitos debut after earning his Champion of Champions invitation with a 9-1 upset win in the Grade 1, $100,000 Refrigerator Handicap at Lone Star Park on Oct. 6.

FDD Dynasty works

Go Man Go Handicap winner FDD Dynasty turned-and-worked 220 yards in 12.80 seconds at Los Alamitos in preparation for the Champion of Champions.

"That was an easy work," assistant trainer Cody Joiner said. "We're going to give him a gate work in a couple of weeks. That should set him up well for the Champion of Champions."