Triple Vodka Memorys is Morning-Line Choice for Desert Classic Futurity

The fastest qualifier draws post 7 for Sunday's $57,009 stakes at Turf Paradise.

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A full field of 10 2-year-olds, led by fastest qualifier Triple Vodka Memorys, has been entered in Sunday's 300-yard Desert Classic Futurity at Turf Paradise.

Daniel Quinonez’s Triple Vodka Memorys, a Louisiana-bred daughter of Triple Vodka and the fastest qualifier, is the 3-1 morning-line favorite for Sunday’s 300-yard, $57,009 Desert Classic Futurity at Turf Paradise.

A $3,500 purchase at last year’s Louisiana QHBA Yearling Sale, Triple Vodka Memorys made his debut with a three-quarter length victory in the second of three trials on April 9. The filly drew post 8 and will be ridden by Joseph Belloc Jr.

Discrete Glory, a gelded son of No Secrets Here owned and trained by Ricardo M. Ramirez, drew post 7 and will be ridden by Vince Guerra. The second-fastest qualifier, Discrete Glory broke his maiden with a head victory as the odds-on favorite in the third Desert Classic Futurity trial.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments and morning-line odds:
Pirteville Cartel (Luis Yescas), 10-1
Tanyah Tucker (J. Martin Bourdieu), 6-1
Olivia First Choice (Armando Cervantes), 15-1
Shakin Cash (Larry Gamez), 15-1
My Pistolita (Rick Oliver), 10-1
Higher Icon (Rodolfo Arvizu), 7-2
Discrete Glory (Vince Guerra), 4-1
Triple Vodka Memorys (Joseph Belloc Jr.), 3-1
Texas Tornadoe (Justine Klaiber), 5-1
Nicos Favoritecartel (Emilio Tapia), 20-1

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