Bout Tree Fiddy, In Kuh Hoots Return in Mile High Futurity Final
The $160,000-added stakes is set for Sunday at Arapahoe Park.
August 11, 2016
Stakes winner Bout Tree Fiddy is one of 10 juveniles entered back in Sunday’s 400-yard, $160,000-added Mile High Futurity at Arapahoe Park.
Trained by Tomey Swan for owners Patrick Swan and Carry C. Allred, Bout Tree Fiddy scored a one-length victory in the July 10, 350-yard Rocky Mountain Futurity at Arapahoe. The homebred Ivory James gelding’s resume includes a third-place finish, 1 1/4 lengths behind winner Dicecapades, in the 330-yard Laico Bird Stakes (R) for Oklahoma-breds at Remington Park in April.
“He’s become an excellent student,” Patrick Swan said. “He’s becoming faster and faster.”
In Kuh Hoots, a stakes winning son of One Dashing Eagle trained by John Hammes for owners Lisa Beauprez, Thomas Bradbury and Thomas Bradbury Jr., drew post 2. The gelding won his first three starts during the Arapahoe meet, including the June 5, 330-yard Cherry Creek Futurity (R) for Arapahoe Park.
“From the break, third jump, he just got rolling real quick and just kept going,” said Alfredo Triana Jr., who rode In Kuh Hoots in the Cherry Creek Futurity. “He finished strong, and I think he’ll like the distance in the 400 and 440 races.”
The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments:
Tilt James (Ramiro Garcia)
In Kuh Hoots (Alfredo Triana Jr.)
Who You Know (Stormy Smith)
Dash Down Dancer (Eugenio A. Navarette)
Flyin And Takin Cash (Juan Pulido)
In My Dust (Omar Reyes)
Alegendinmytime (Jordan Hadley)
Bout Tree Fiddy (Russell Vicchrilli)
Rarest Ivory (James A. Flores)
Cubeta de Coronas (Oscar Cordova)
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