Glass, si 82, is a race
winning daughter of Leading Sire Feature Mr Jess, si
101, out of Royal Quick Glass, si 87 (by Champion and All-American
Futurity winner Royal Quick Dash, si 101). From 9 starts at Los
Alamitos as a 2-year-old, Jess Glass had one win and one third. She
Jess Glass is a
beautiful, well-made mare with an pedigree strong in mare and
sire-power, as well as speed.
Jess Glass's dam,
Royal Quick Glass, si 87 (by Royal Quick Dash) is a race winner.
She's the dam of 5 foals, 4 of racing age, 4 starters, 4 winners, 4
Secret Honor, si 99 (by Tres Seis), 2 wins at 2, $17,656, 4th TQHA
Sires Cup Futurity-RG2.
Her 2nd dam, the late
Tempered Glass, is an outstanding mare in everyway.
si 101 (by Streakin Six) is a multiple stakes winner with a record
of 10 wins, 1 2nd, and 2 thirds from 25 starts. She earned $103,777
on the track. Tempered Glass won the QHBC Sophomore Classic-G2 and
the Lowell Dillingham Handicap. She was 2nd in the Las Damas
Handicap (2nd Division)-G1, 3rd Garden Grove H., QHBC Distaff
Classic-G1, 4th Anne Burnett Invitational H.-G1, 5th All American
Derby-G1, Higheasterjet H.-G3. Tempered Glass was also a Finalist in
the Las Damas H.-G1, QHBC Juvenile Classic-G1, Horsemen's QHRA
Championship-G1, All American Gold Cup-G1, and Sunland Fall
Futurity-G2. She received Superior Race Horse honors.
is also a stakes-producer. She is the dam of 12 foals, 11 to race,
10 ROM, with earnings of $589,014. Her offspring include
si 101 (by Royal Quick Dash), (full-brother to Royal Quick Glass),
$384,961, winner of Texas Classic Derby-G1, 4th All American
Futurity-G1, 4th Dash For Cash Futurity-G1, 4th Texas Classic
Futurity-G1, 4th Rainbow Derby-G1;
Six Dash, si 103 (by Dash For Cash), $78,083, 3-time
stakes winner, Sooner Trailer Mexico Challenge, Paul's Valley
Handicap (870 yards)-G3, and Canterbury Park Distance Handicap (870
Eye For The Sixes, si 99 (by Mr Eye Opener), $63,280,
2nd Las Colinas Stakes, 3rd Rainbow Derby-G1; Sixes Glass, si 98 (by
Stoli), $31,040, three-time race winner, Finalist Dash For Cash
Futurity-G1; Quick Glass, si 95, $12,949, 2-time race winner,
Finalist Ford Oklahoma Challenge-G3, Ruidoso Derby-G2; and Eyesa
Glass, si 91, $11,800, race winner.
For The Sixes (half-sister to Jess Glass's dam) is the dam of
the exciting young
Eye For Corona, si 99 (by Corona Cartel), $1,004,829,
winner of the 2007 Golden State Million Futurity-G1, 2nd Ed
Million Futurity-G1, and
2nd in Los Al $2 Million Futurity. Eye For Corona was named
2-Year-Old of the Meet and Top
Two-Year-Old Filly at Los Alamitos.
(Left: Eye For
Corona winning her trial for the Los Al Two Million on November 23.)
Jess Glass's 3rd dam
is Chick Under Glass, si 88 (by Raise Your Glass TB). She is the dam
of 8 foals, 7 to race, 3 winners, 2 stakes winner, 5 ROM with
earnings of $180,954.
Her biggest money earner is
si 101, $103,777, multiple stakes winner. Chick Under Glass is also
the dam of
Glass, si 105 (by Streakin Six), $41,339, 1st Heritage
Place Derby of Mexico, 2nd Mexico Futurity, Finalist Mexican
National Championship. Six Under Glass is the dam of
Glory Six, si
111 (by Jodys Glory), $82,768, winner of the Mexican QHA Yearling
Sale Futurity and the Easily A Possum
Derby, 2nd Mexican QH
Breeders' Futurity, Mexican QHA Yearling Sale Derby. Chick Under
Glass is also dam of
Cash Under Glass, si 99 (by Dash For Cash),
$32,909, Finalist Ruidoso Horse Sale Futurity-RG3, West Texas
Her 4th dam,
93 (by Chick's Deck), 5 wins at 2, $43,445,
winner Raton Futurity
and Trinity QHA Futurity. The remarkable Chickarun is the dam of
si 106, (by Streakin Six), 11 wins, $751,284, 1st Sun Country F.-G1,
Faberge Special Effort Futurity, Town Policy H., Dash For Cash
Derby-G1, 2nd Dash For Cash Futurity-G1, Los Alamitos Derby-G1,
Lassie Handicap-G2, 4th All American Derby-G1. She received not only
AQHA Racing Champion Two-Year-Old Filly honors, but was also named
Superior and Supreme Race Horse.
Sixy Chick is the dam
of Le Ritz, si
92 (by Coup De Kas,) $63,678, a big producing mare whose offspring
include Valors Gold,
si 104 (by First Down Dash), $313,071;
si 101, $184,769; and Remarkably Ritzy, si 93 (by First Down
Chickarun is also the
dam of Sixarun,
si 106 (by Streakin Six), 7 wins, $291,228, TQHA Texas Futurity-G3,
San Jose Handicap, Half Moon Bay Handicap, 2nd Doc Severinsen H.-G3,
3rd Rainbow Futurity-G1, Pilgrim H., 4th Kansas Futurity-G1,
American Futurity-G1. Chickarun's daughter Wasting No Time (by
Streakin Six) is the
Chicory Glass, si 100 (by
Your Glass TB), $19,853.
Glass is the
dam of Gotta Get,
si 109 (by Celadon), $808,626, 18 wins -- and 12 of them
wins! Gotta Get is a multiple new track record setter -- and still
running in 2007.
Chickarun is the dam
of 14 foals, 13 to race, 11 winners (with 39 wins), 12 ROM, 2 stakes
winners, 1 champion, with earnings of $1,135,166.
Jess Glass stands
hands, has a nice, deep heart girth, and a powerful hip. Jess has
great bone. She has a
beautiful head and neck and moves easily. Jess Glass is nice to be around,
intelligent, and so full of potential as a producer.
has a beautiful 2009
filly by Rare News, an outstanding
2010 Rare News
colt, and just foaled a good
looking 2012 colt by Rare News.
Jess Glass &
Tempered News, April 20, 2010.
Jess Glass &
Spensive, April 14, 2009.
Left: Jess Glass,
June 2008; Right: Jess Glass, her 4-day-old Rare News filly &
Jess Glass left
southern California November 20, 2007.
The photos just
above were taken
November 25, the morning after arriving in snowy Montana.