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2012 CashCall Futurity (G1)

Date/Track:
Distance:
1 1/16 m (Synthetic)
Age/Sex:
2 M
Time:
1:43.50
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Older Comments about the 2012 CashCall Futurity (G1)...

I like Really Mr Greely to win, Violence for 2nd, Carving for 3rd, and He's Had Enough for 4th.
I like He's Had Enough to win, Title Contender 2nd, Violence 3rd, and Carving 4th.
Ok... These horses are only two years of age. So, with that being said, I am fine with playing a longshot. I dunno my bets yet, but this is who I will be playing: LITTLE JERRY. Last out, he made up ten lengths easily. And while doing so, on the same surface and same distance. Last out, he closed into a so-so pace. In this race, I believe the pace could get out of hand. Baffert will tell his jockeys not to make the pace TOO fast, but it still could be overwhleming..... Carving will be near/on the lead, along with Really Mr Greely and Title Contenderthe other Baffert trainees. With the three Baffert's come Fury Kapcori, a horse who is built for speed, and has it. Lastly, Oxbow seems to have speed, and showed those distinct tatics in his maiden last out. Five babies, who are used to flying. Many will not want to sit still, five at the front could be very fast. Violence will benefit with his stalking style, my question is, can he travel? And can he adapt to the surface? Both unknown answers. I think LITTLE JERRY is a nice longshot here, but I will also find a way to play HHE, because of his style, and talent, which appears to be over most of these runners. The two horses I will be playing are: He's Had Enough and Little Jerry. And, I let my son put a two dollar win bet on any horse, just by the name. He chose Really Mr Greely. I would not be suprised if VIOLENCE won however, and I might play him in some way.
At the moment (could change once I see them), I have them placed at 1st- Carving (has yet to lose of synthetic), 2nd- Den's Legacy, and 3rd- Violence
Why isn't Fury Kapcori on the list? He has been probable since the Real Quiet Stakes and reported as likely in the DRF.

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