CashCall Futurity (G1)

Race 9 at Betfair Hollywood Park on December 15, 2012

  • Grade I
  • 1 1/16 miles
  • $750,000
  • 2 yo
  • 7:00 PM
  • 1:43.50
Payoffs
6   Violence $4.40 $4.20 $3.40
5   Fury Kapcori $10.40 $6.20
2   Den's Legacy
$2 Exacta (6-5) $59.20
$2 Trifecta (6-5-2) $532.20
$2 Superfecta (6-5-2-11) $10,268.80
Order of Finish
1

Violence

Medaglia d'Oro  – Violent Beauty

2YO Colt

$375,000
  • J:Javier Castellano
  • T:Todd A. Pletcher
  • B:Dell Ridge Farm, LLC
  • O:Black Rock Thoroughbreds, LLP
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: A
  • Sire: Medaglia d'Oro , Dark Bay or Brown, 1999. Lifetime: 698 yearlings sold, median $140,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Gone West , Bay, 1984.
  • Sale History: 2011 KEESEP, $600,000.
2

Fury Kapcori

Tiznow  – Gin Running

2YO Colt

$140,000
  • J:Joseph Talamo
  • T:Jerry Hollendorfer
  • B:Diamond A Racing Corp.
  • O:Awtrey, Rick, Hollendorfer, Jerry and Todaro, George
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: A++
  • Sire: Tiznow , Bay, 1997. Lifetime: 602 yearlings sold, median $110,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Go for Gin , Bay, 1991.
  • Sale History: 2011 KEESEP, $100,000.
3

Den's Legacy

Medaglia d'Oro  – Sunshine Song

2YO Colt

$100,000
  • J:Garrett K. Gomez
  • T:Bob Baffert
  • B:Gaye Swartz
  • O:Westrock Stables LLC
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: A++
  • Sire: Medaglia d'Oro , Dark Bay or Brown, 1999. Lifetime: 698 yearlings sold, median $140,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: War Chant , Dark Bay or Brown, 1997.
  • Sale History: 2010 KEENOV, $150,000.
4

Oxbow

Awesome Again  – Tizamazing

2YO Colt

$60,000
  • J:Corey S. Nakatani
  • T:D. Wayne Lukas
  • B:Colts Neck Stables LLC
  • O:Bluegrass Hall LLC
5

He's Had Enough

Tapit  – Amelia

2YO Colt

$45,000
  • J:Mario Gutierrez
  • T:Doug F. O'Neill
  • B:Alexander Groves Matz, LLC
  • O:Reddam Racing LLC
6

Carving

Any Given Saturday  – In Seconds

2YO Colt

$30,000
  • J:Martin Garcia
  • T:Bob Baffert
  • B:WinStar Farm, LLC
  • O:Baffert, Natalie J., and Miller, Bode
7

Dirty Swagg

Street Hero  – Diversa

2YO Ridgling

  • J:Tyler Baze
  • T:Myung Kwon Cho
  • B:Myung Kwon Cho
  • O:Myung Kwon Cho
8

Little Jerry

Candy Ride (ARG)  – Missannalouise

2YO Colt

  • J:Aaron T. Gryder
  • T:Richard Baltas
  • B:Columbiana Farm
  • O:Jaam Racing, Inc. and Riley Racing Stable
9

Really Mr Greely

Horse Greeley  – Mattie Camp

2YO Colt

  • J:Mike E. Smith
  • T:Bob Baffert
  • B:David Richardson, Mike Chipman & Michael Hernon
  • O:Watson, Karl, Pegram, Michael E. and Weitman, Paul
10

Simon Eyes

Street Hero  – Eastside Ballad

2YO Gelding

  • J:Victor Espinoza
  • T:Wesley A. Ward
  • B:Clarkland Farm
  • O:Ice Wine Stable
11

Title Contender

Pulpit  – Winter Garden

2YO Colt

  • J:Rafael Bejarano
  • T:Bob Baffert
  • B:Town & Country Farm, Corp
  • O:West, Gary and Mary
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