I Do One Two Three wins APHA Running Champion Award

I Do One Two Three competed in stakes races at Remington Park and Mount Pleasant Meadows during his award-winning 2009 campaign.

Michigan-bred I Do One Two Three was named champion regular registry two-year-old gelding at the Jan. 16 American Paint Horse Association’s Running World Championships.

The Judys Lineage gelding is owned and bred by Walt and Carolyn Bay’s T-Bill Stables. While in Michigan, he was trained by Jay Hall and ridden by Julie Veltman and Oscar Delgado.

I Do One Two Three won two races from seven starts during his two-year-old campaign with earnings of $41,748. In 2009, he entered the gates at Remington Park, Mt. Pleasant and Blue Ribbon Downs.

I Do One Two Three competed in stakes races or trials at all three tracks he visited.

On May 30, He finished fourth in the $273,987 Graham Paint & Appaloosa Futurity (G1) at Remington Park.

At Mt. Pleasant, I Do One Two Three finished second in the Aug. 30 Great Lakes Quarter Horse Association Michigan Paint Horse Futurity and the July 26 GLQHA Stallion Service Sale Futurity. I Do One Two Three also registered the fastest time in the trials of the latter race.

To view the full list of winners from the 2009 APHA Running World Championships, click here.

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