Together To The End Scores in Harrah's Futurity

The homebred Inseperable gelding keeps her record perfect at Louisiana Downs.

Q-Racing Journal

Together To The End, a homebred filly owned by Alejandro Moya, won Wednesday's Grade 3, 300-yard Harrah's Entertainment Futurity at Louisiana Downs.

Alejandro Moya's Together To The End, a homebred sorrel daughter of champion Inseperable, broke sharply from post 3 and rolled to a neck victory in Wednesday's $233,578 Harrah's Entertainment Futurity (G3) at Louisiana Downs.

Prepped by Jose Sanchez, Together To The End earned a 96 speed index when she covered her 300-yard trip in :15.426 under jockey Eddie Sanchez. The filly banked $105,110 to bump her earnings to $106,910 from two outs.

Together To The End made her debut with a 1 3/4-length win in her Harrah's Futurity trial on March 4. The filly is out of Gabbey Holland, a 15-year-old winning daughter of Holland Ease. She traces back to her third dam, Genuine Knockout, a stakes-plaed mare by 1981 world champion Special Effort and a finalist in the 1988 Rainbow Derby (G1) at Ruidoso Downs.

The second-fastest qualifier, Together To The End was sent to post as the 9-2 third choice in the full field of 10. Capitan Jimbob, the fastest qualifier and 7-2 second choice, finished second to complete a $2 exacta of $43.60.

Hez Our Boy, the 5-2 choice, ran third, a half of a length behind Together To The End. Emnent, Nsm Cherokee Warrior, Aguila, Krashing Runaway, Louisiana Silk, Ancient Of Days, and Shades Of Gray completed the order of finish.

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