Start Somethin Bad is Morning-Line Choice for PCQHRA Breeders' Futurity
The fastest qualifier drew post 5 for Saturday's $433,000 final at Los Alamitos.
September 29, 2016
Start Somethin Bad, a gray daughter of Pappasito racing for Jeff Aldstadt and Kim Pitcher and the fastest qualifier, drew post 5 for Saturday's 350-yard, $433,000 PCQHRA Breeders' Futurity (G2) at Los Alamitos.
Installed as the 5-2 morning-line favorite by track linemaker Ed Burgart, Start Somethin Bad is coming off of a three-quarter length victory in the third of 10 trials on September 11. The filly has earned $6,950 from five outs, all at Los Alamitos.
Cesar DeAlba will ride Start Somethin Bad for trainer Paul Jones. Her nine opponents include Rod MacPherson Jr.'s Kiddy Up Cowgirl, a homebred Kiddy Up filly trained by James Glenn Jr. A finalist in the July 30, $388,000 Governor's Cup Futurity (RG2) for California-breds, Kiddy Up Cowgirl has won two of six starts and has banked $16,038.
Kiddy Up Cowgirl drew post 10 and will be ridden by Eulices Gomez.
The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments and morning-line odds:
Better Check Him Out (Eduardo Nicasio), 15-1
Ld Is Back (Rodrigo Aceves), 10-1
Thirty Six Curls (Cruz Mendez), 4-1
Racy High Roller (Cody Jensen), 10-1
Start Somethin Bad (Cesar DeAlba), 5-2
Six Zeroes (G. Jairo Rangel), 12-1
Sweet Aguila (Jesus Rios Ayala), 30-1
Hawktomatic (Jonathan Roman), 20-1
Doctor Fantastic (Carlos Huerta), 4-1
Kiddy Up Cowgirl (Eulices Gomez), 7-2
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