Cash On Corona was impressive in winning his division, finishing 1 1/2 lengths in front and posting the fastest qualifying time of 19.60 seconds. His victory followed disappointing 10th- and eighth-place finishes in his previous two starts. Before that, the Oklahoma-bred Corona Cartel gelding had won five races in a row. Other contenders include Like Frankie And Me and Dicey Dee, second- and third-place finishers in back of Volcom. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Starting in the Los Alamitos Winter Championship, in position order, are Marshals Law (jockey Juan Andrade aboard), Dutch Schultz (Eddie Garcia), Dicey Dee (Rodrigo Vallejo), Volcom (Cody Jensen), Corona Crystal (Ramon Sanchez), Gulfstream Five (Raul Ramirez, Jr.), Jumpn Chic (Saul Ramirez, Jr.), Spike It And Fly (Alejandro Luna), Cash On Corona (Rodrigo Aceves) and Like Frankie And Me (J.R. Ramirez). The first of 10 berths for the $600,000 Champion Of Champions to be run in December is on the line tonight at Los Alamitos Race Course when 10 4-year and older quarter horses clash in the grade 1 $235,800 Los Alamitos Winter Championship. Trainer Paul Jones has four entrants in the 400-yard event, with his best bets for a victory riding with Volcom and Spike It And Fly. The other two are Corona Crystal and Dutch Schultz. Both Volcom and Corona Crystal were winners of their divisions during the qualifying trials two weeks ago.