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CashCall Futurity

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View DetailsView Video12/20/14LA81 1/16 mD02 MLos Alamitos Futurity-G1DortmundFiring LineMr. Z1:40.86
View DetailsView Video12/14/13HP91 1/16 mS02 MCashCall Futurity-G1Shared BeliefCandy BoyTamarando1:42.16
View DetailsView Video12/15/12HP91 1/16 mS02 MCashCall Futurity-G1ViolenceFury KapcoriDen's Legacy1:43.50
View DetailsView Video12/17/11HP91 1/16 mS02 MCashCall Futurity-G1LiaisonRousing SermonBrother Francis1:42.86
View DetailsView Video12/18/10HP91 1/16 mS02 MCashCall Futurity-G1Comma to the TopJ P's GustoClubhouse Ride1:44.72
View DetailsView Video12/19/09HP91 1/16 mS02 MCashCall Futurity-G1Lookin At LuckyNoble's PromiseMake Music for Me1:43.30
View DetailsView Video12/20/08HP81 1/16 mS02 MCashCall Futurity-G1Pioneerof the NileI Want RevengeChocolate Candy1:41.95
View DetailsView Video12/22/07HP91 1/16 mD02 MCashCall Futurity-G1Into MischiefColonel JohnMassive Drama1:40.82
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Older Comments about the CashCall Futurity...

Since 1981, six CashCall Futurity participants have gone on to win the Kentucky Derby (Gato Del Sol, 1981; Ferdinand, 1985; Alysheba, 1986; Thunder Gulch, 1994; Real Quiet, 1997; and Giacomo, 2004). Six have also come back to win the Preakness (Tanks Prospect, 1984; Snow Chief, 1985; Alysheba, 1986; Real Quiet, 1997; Point Given, 2000; and Lookin At Lucky, 2009). Three have won the Belmont Stakes (A.P. Indy, 1991; Thunder Gulch, 1994; and Point Given, 2000). Eleven CashCall starters have won a Breeders’ Cup race.
box FEAR the KITTEN in the lecomte .......pletcher
Sets up great on time in between races for Bern Identity. Could be a good move for the young bay colt.
O'Neill stated that either Know More of He's Had Enough will be pointed to the CashCall Futurity.
O'Neill stated that either Know More of He's Had Enough will be pointed to the CashCall Futurity.
After watching the race I have to say that I am very disappointed in how Noble's Promise turned out during the race. I don't understand why Kenny McPeek chose to put Rafael Bejarano on the horse when the horse was responding so well under the guidance of Willie Martinez. I read on DRF.com and ESPN.com how McPeek thought that Robby Albarado (who was originally chosen to replace Martinez) could ride the horse better, but have to question this when it was he who costed Noble's Promise a better turn out in the Breeder's Cup Juvenile after deciding to skip on his last workout? Now he chose to replace the rider? I'm sorry Mr. McPeek but don't blame the rider for your wrong decision making? It's obvious from Noble's career standings, that the horse was a great contender and challenger for Lookin at Lucky and etc. under the help of Martinez. I was expecting a better performance this evening between these two great horses but can't help but question the connections.....so disappointed but yet very happy for Lookin at Lucky for his great talent! We want Willie Martinez back on the saddle!!!!
After watching the race I have to say that I am very disappointed in how Noble's Promise turned out during the race. I don't understand why Kenny McPeek chose to put Rafael Bejarano on the horse when the horse was responding so well under the guidance of Willie Martinez. I read on DRF.com and ESPN.com how McPeek thought that Robby Albarado (who was originally chosen to replace Martinez) could ride the horse better, but have to question this when it was he who costed Noble's Promise a better turn out in the Breeder's Cup Juvenile after deciding to skip on his last workout? Now he chose to replace the rider? I'm sorry Mr. McPeek but don't blame the rider for your wrong decision making? It's obvious from Noble's career standings, that the horse was a great contender and challenger for Lookin at Lucky and etc. under the help of Martinez. I was expecting a better performance this evening between these two great horses but can't help but question the connections.....so disappointed but yet very happy for Lookin at Lucky for his great talent! We want Willie Martinez back on the saddle!!!!
Lookin at Lucky is obviously going to be very tough... I do like one of Baffert's other horses, Marcello, to run a big race coming off a very nice turf 2nd in the Generous... possible upset? I don't know about that, but he could make a tight race of it at 15-1.