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2013 CashCall Futurity (G1)

Date/Track:
Post Time:
4:35 PM PT
Distance:
1 1/16 m (Synthetic)
Age/Sex:
2 M
Time:
1:42.16

What the Nation is saying about the 2013 CashCall Futurity (G1)...

Candy Boy is one of the more intriguing sophomore colts on the Kentucky Derby trail.Read More
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  • Waya · Yes, I'd say Gary is sitting on a good one! When will the next Down and Derby be coming out, Brian? · 65 days ago ·
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  • BrianZipse · The next one will be up on Tuesday. · 65 days ago ·
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Currently, he’s mane and tail above anything California has to offer and his performances have made the East Coast horses look boring. Is Shared Belief a true contender or just hyped?Read More
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  • hannahWTC · I have never been super impressed with him. I am doubting his ability to run on dirt. And the 2 horses I had my money on in the CashCall had rough trips (Kobes back and Tap it Rich). He most likely will not last going a mile and a quarter. My choice for next years derby is Strong Mandate and Kobes back · 115 days ago ·
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  • https://www.facebook.com/jake.bennett.756 · I love it! The fact that you mentioned he could have the X-Factor gene! Anyone who loves this sport will be cheering for the horse because he is a superstar! No one finished races like he did last year, I know that he could be an excellent sprinter, but he proved alot going the distance he did in the Cashcall. He had plenty left in the tank and I honestly think he will be just fine on dirt. · 82 days ago ·
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Twelve of the last twenty Kentucky Derby winners have run in a stakes race as a two year old. Let's take a closer look at the top three finishers of last year's juvenile stakes. Read More
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  • SSilence86 · Storm Cat has yet to have one win the derby for him. Will this be the year his line wins it? · 98 days ago ·
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  • LaurieRoss · Hard Spun has a 10F winner on dirt (Questing) & Charismatic is in Japan. He has only 1 SW as a broodmare sire, and that one is a winner at 9F. 2nd damsire of Wicked Strong is With Approval, MGSW at 10 - 12F. Candy Ride has no 10F SW over dirt. Storm Cat is the damsire of 3 SW at 10F over dirt. 2nd damsire Grenfall failed to win 2x at 10F, as did his daughters' best offspring (Twilight Agenda). There's more stamina on Wicked Strong's bottom line than Shared Belief's. I agree that Hard Spun isn't a true 10F horse, but under the right cirmstances, he can sire a 10F horse. · 97 days ago ·
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The newest sensation of the horse racing world is the 2-year-old gelding Shared Belief, who crushed his opposition by almost 6 lengths in the Cash Call Futurity at Hollywood Park.Read More
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  • https://www.facebook.com/rosemarie.cola.5 · this is what horse racing is about, dreaming and daydreaming. I hope Shared Belief goes on to answer all my dreams · 116 days ago ·
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  • Papine01 · Well,the shouting is not even over when today at Gulfstream Commissioner and Top Billing put a new dimension into the mix.Top Billing looks like he will be a dangerous horse.So much for the hype on SB.Horses come out of the woodwork now,and these 2 are legit,and going 9 panels at that. · 102 days ago ·
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Shared Belief - This horse is triple crown material with its breeding and with its natural speed for postioning either in big or small fields. If sound he will run in all three jewels due to the fact he has no breeding value being a gelding.
Shared Belief - This Gelding is a image of the great Sunday Silence. Same color same manners and most important the same nice easy low extensiion with the quick turn of foot. He has three races and he ran close to the pace in all three with again the quick turn of foot to pull away in all three races.
Running down the pros and cons of everyone in the field for the final Grade I in the history of Betfair Hollywood Park.Read More
Four trainers will send out eight of the 13 runners entered in the 33rd CashCall Futurity at Betfair Hollywood Park.Read More
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  • animalk1060 · m.smith gonna Tap it Rich, and Drill ...bob baff · 122 days ago ·
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  • jinlie01 · For betting purposes going with Karma King, Bond Holder and Tap It Rich...hard to ignore Shared Belief and his first two races. He should handle two turns no problem but think he'll be 8-5 or lower at post time. · 122 days ago ·
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The tradition of California-bred Thoroughbred runners is a grand one. Horses the ilk of Morvich, Bed o’ Roses, Determine, Swaps, T.V. Lark, Decidedly, Hill Rise, Native Diver, Quicken Tree, Ancient Title, Crystal Water, Flying Paster, Snow Chief, Best Pal, Free House, Tiznow, Lava Man and Acclamatio...Read More
Going with Sheikinator and Tap It Rich.
  • Mary Z. · The two Big Guys, 2 and 6, Sadler's #4 and the Baffert, #5. · 125 days ago ·
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  • Sullivan · I'll take Candy Boy on top of a talented Tamarando and a sharp Electric Eddie. · 125 days ago ·
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As a son of the top sire, and 1977 Triple Crown winner, Seattle Slew, and out of the excellent broodmare, Weekend Surprise, herself a daughter of a Triple Crown winner, Secretariat, hopes were high that A.P Indy would be something special. A $2.9 million yearling purchase of Tomonori Tsurumaki, just...Read More
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  • MikeRullo · A.P. Indy would have been a triple crown winner, I was at his peter pan stakes win 2 weeks before the belmont , no problem running back quickly would have won the triple crown · 125 days ago ·
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  • tmallios1 · Absolutely agree with all the comments. In regards to his incredible success as a sire. When i was in the buisiness,i was told that the important feature was the throat. If a horse could not get normal air flow,all the rest was irrelevant.The vet we used also worked on Indy as well as many other All time greats. His knickname for him was affectionately "The Grand Canyon" . A major reason for his Stamina prodgeny. On the race track , at his very best. Indy was incomparable with his contemporaries. He truly was one of the All Time greats. · 125 days ago ·
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A stellar field of as many as 12 2-year-olds have their sights set on the Grade I, $750,000-guaranteed CashCall Futurity, which will be run for the 33rd time Saturday, Dec. 14 at 1 1/16 miles over Cushion Track.Read More
Who says lightning doesn’t strike twice? Sports broadcaster Jim Rome, who recently sold two-time Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint winner Mizdirection for $2.7 million, has suddenly found himself with a major contender for Saturday’s Grade I, $750,000-guaranteed CashCall Futurity and a 2014 Kentucky Derby p...Read More
Rankhasprivileges is prepping for this race.
Jungle Racing, Hollendorfer et al’s Shared Belief, who established himself as one of the premier 2-year-olds in training with a smashing victory in the Hollywood Prevue Stakes Nov. 10, worked a half mile Sunday morning for Jerry Hollendorfer.Read More