Jess Savin Candy could be in position to make Quarter Horse racing history next month, but the first step comes Saturday at Ruidoso Downs.Jess Savin Candy goes in trials for the $3 million All American Futurity. If he qualifies, he will advance to the Sept. 6 classic with a chance to become only the second horse to sweep the sport&rsquo;s Triple Crown. Special Effort swept the series in 1981.&ldquo;It&rsquo;s a once in a lifetime opportunity, and I&rsquo;m trying to have as much fun with it as I can,&rdquo; said John Stinebaugh, who will saddle Jess Savin Candy for Dutch Masters III. Jess Savin Candy has won the first two legs of the 2&#45;year&#45;old series at Ruidoso, the Grade 1 Ruisoso Futurity in June and the Grade 1 Rainbow Futurity in July. A total of 300 horses were entered in trials for the All American, which will have a gate of 10. The horses with the five fastest times from Friday&rsquo;s card of 15 trials will advance to the finale, while the same will be the case on Saturday. &ldquo;The part of it that I hate is that he has to reestablish himself in that trial,&rdquo; Stinebaugh said. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s got to be in the top five again.&rdquo; Stinebaugh said he&rsquo;d be a fan of giving any horse who wins the Ruidoso or Rainbow a berth into the finale for the All American. He noted it&rsquo;s never an easy task to qualify for the 440&#45;yard All American. There will be 150 horses attempting to qualify Saturday at a mountaintop racetrack where the trials are run at the whims of a finicky Mother Nature. Jess Savin Candy, who has won his last three starts, caught a wet track for the first time in his 3&#45;for&#45;4 career in the Rainbow, which was run in the slop July 25. &ldquo;That race was a little tougher than the first three races on him, because of the condition of the track,&rdquo; Stinebaugh said. &ldquo;I don&rsquo;t think the going suited him. &ldquo;He has bounced out of it pretty good. He&rsquo;s super sound. He&rsquo;s got his game face on. He&rsquo;s a pretty amazing horse. He&rsquo;s getting bigger like crazy. I guarantee you if we weighed him from his first trial in the Ruidoso to now, he&rsquo;s 100 pounds heavier. He&rsquo;s got some in reserve.&rdquo; For Stinebaugh, and many in Quarter Horse racing, the All American Futurity trials are a priority with their young horses. &ldquo;When the yearlings come in, the only thing on my mind with every single set &ndash; from breaking them, to gate breaking and races along the way &ndash; I&rsquo;m always looking far enough down the road to see where I will be in August.&rdquo; Stinebaugh will know Saturday. Jess Savin Candy goes in the fifth race, and will break from post 10 under Francisco Calderon.