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Eight Entered in Del Mar Futurity

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A field of eight was entered this morning for the traditional closing-day featured $250,000, Grade I Del Mar Futurity Wednesday.


From the rail out the lineup is:  Corsa di Cavalli (Alonso Quinonez), Gun Boat (Martin Pedroza), Sheer Talent (Victor Espinoza), Majestic City (David Flores), Basmati (Garrett Gomez), Drill (Martin Garcia), Mighty Monsoon (Joe Talamo) and Creative Cause (Rafael Bejarano).

 

 

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