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2010 Del Mar Futurity (G1)

9/8/2010, Del Mar
7 f (Synthetic)
2 M

What the Nation is saying about the 2010 Del Mar Futurity (G1)...

Gem, Inc.'s J P's Gusto, the 4-5 betting choice ridden by Patrick Valenzuela, staked his claim as one of America's best two-year-olds with an impressive triumph Wednesday in the Grade I $250,000 Del Mar Futurity before a crowd of 12,252 on the final day of Del Mar's summer season of Thoroughbred rac...Read More
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  • humphrey · You cannot tell much be a horse's two year old season. Macho Uno, Talkin Man,Favorite Trick, Officer Fly So Free, Marias Mon etc etc litter the pages of great at two not much after... · 1399 days ago ·
  • railbird33 · Only one 2YO BC champ has gone on to win the KY Derby - Street Sense. Lots of heart-break starting their 3YO campaign. · 1399 days ago ·
Wednesday’s closing day pick six from Del Mar has a mandatory payout and features the Grade 1 Del Mar Futurity for 2-year-olds traveling seven furlongs on Polytrack. Morning line favorite J P’s Gusto had everything his own way in the Best Pal but might not get that luxury in this slightly longer eve...Read More
Headed by triple stakes winner J P's Gusto, a field of 11 juveniles is scheduled to run Wednesday for the 2-year-old championship at the seashore in the Grade I, $250,000 Del Mar Futurity.   The race will be run at 7 furlongs on the main track and will be the feature of Del Mar's closing day, e...Read More
Trainer David Hofmans continues to be impressed with his juvenile star, J P's Gusto, as he trains toward the Grade I, $250,000 Del Mar Futurity.   "He had a nice work on Sunday [1:01.80 for 5 furlongs] and he'll work 6 furlongs on Saturday," the trainer said of his Best Pal Stakes winner. Follo...Read More
Nominations close this Friday for Del Mar's two premier stakes for 2-year-olds -- the Grade I Darley Debutante for fillies and the Grade I Del Mar Futurity for all juveniles. The championship events will be renewed this season on Saturday, September 4 (Debutante) and Wednesday, September 8 (Futurity...Read More

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