Graded stakes winners Just En King and RC Corona King (pictured) are two of the dozen New Mexico-bred sprinters entered in Friday’s 400-yard, $70,000 Jimmy Drake Stakes (RG3) at SunRay Park.

Just En King will be making his 4-year-old season debut off of a sophomore campaign which ended with a neck victory in the November 26, $200,000 Namehimastreaker New Mexico Classics Championship (RG1) at Zia Park. Omar Vargas trains the homebred Eye Am King gelding for owner Ronald Ulibarri.

Just En King drew post 6 and will be ridden by Alfredo Sigala.

RC Corona King is coming off of a victory against open company in the 400-yard, $108,000 West Texas Maturity (G3) at Sunland Park on March 31. The 4-year-old Eye Am King gelding has earned $163,720 from 13 outs, and he began his season with a third-place finish, two lengths behind winner Flash Bak, in the open 440-yard, $350,000 Championship at Sunland Park (G1) on January 7.

Gerardo Quinonez trains RC Corona King for owner Jose H. Rodriguez. The gelding drew post 8 and will be ridden by Sergio Dominguezz.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments:
Sampson Says (Alonso Rivera)
Cruzin For Chicks (Adrian Ramos)
Forrest Effort (Daniel Amaya)
Doing Something Good (Noe Garcia Jr.)
Jesses Wish (James Flores)
Just En King (Alfredo Sigala)
Diezs Daylight (Luis A. Flores-Garcia)
RC Corona King (Sergio Dominguez)
EBW Dancnthemoonlite (Luis Martinez)
Young Emperor (Sergio Becerra Jr.)
AE-Chi Chi Jima Raider (Omar Iturralde)
AE-First Flashin (Emilio Tapia)