Turfway Park has announced the elimination of all stakes, including Kentucky Cup Day of Champions, from the schedule for its 16-day fall meet that begins Sept. 6 and concludes Sept. 30.
- Dark Bay or Brown Gelding
- Born 2004
- NY -Bred
|Trainer||Dodson H. Skaggs|
|Jockey||Edgar S. Prado|
|Owner||Dodson H. Skaggs|
|Future Prospect View Five-Cross Pedigree||Freud||Storm Cat|
|Devil's Waltz||Marshua's Dancer|
|Sale / Hip||Type||Buyer||Consignor||Price|
|Two-year-old||Joseph E. Davis||Sequel Bloodstock, agent||$90,000|
Prices in parentheses indicate a horse did not sell because it did not meet its reserve price.
PORTER ON PEDIGREES, by Alan Porter
Full brothers Freud and Giant's Causeway looked and performed quite differently. However, both are successful sires, as exemplified by Future Prospect's victory in the WinStar Ky Cup.
Images from WinStar Kentucky Cup Day, September 24, 2011. View Slideshow
Future Prospect gave Dodson Skaggs his first graded stakes winner in 42 years as a trainer when the 7-year-old gelding left General Quarters behind in the stretch to capture the $169,999 WinStar Kentucky Cup (gr. II).
Two-time grade I winner General Quarters tops the list of probable starters for the $200,000 WinStar Kentucky Cup (gr. II) at Turfway Park Sept. 24.
Future Prospect and Haynesfield are the stars and Naughty New Yorker is the sentimental favorite, but contention will run deep Oct. 24 when 11 colts and geldings and one filly line up for the $250,000 Empire Classic at Belmont Park.