Arapahoe Park Presents Colorado-Bred Stakes Doubleheader

The Cherry Creek Futurity and Lucille Rowe Derby headline the track's Saturday program.

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Arapahoe Park near Denver will present a Colorado-bred stakes doubleheader on Saturday.

A full field of 10 Colorado-bred 2-year-olds, headed by fastest qualifier Indomable Cartel, has been entered back in Saturday’s 330-yard, $74,680 Cherry Creek Futurity (R) at Arapahoe Park.

A homebred son of The Louisiana Cartel trained by Luz Chavira for owner Mariano Cornejo, Indomable Cartel broke his maiden with a 1 3/4-length victory in the first of four trials on June 30. The bay colt drew post 4 and will be ridden by Fernando Fonseca-Soto.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments and morning-line odds:
Shine Your Wagon (Alejandro Luna), 8-1
Yousa Good Girl (Raul Gutierrez), 12-1
Comandeered (Daniel Valles), 8-1
Indomable Cartel (Fernando Fonseca-Soto), 7-2
Its A Blackjack (Stormy Smith), 9-2
Whom (Juan Pulido), 8-1
Coronafordenim (Edgar Martinez), 6-1
Aftershock Shake (Jesus Munoz Villalobos), 12-1
Jettin Ben (Pedro Gonzales), 12-1
Shinning Bianca (Alfredo Triana Jr.)

Lucille Rowe Derby
Hugo Sierra Barron’s Shes My Foose, a homebred bay daughter of champion Foose, drew the rail post for Saturday’s 350-yard, $59,580 Lucille Rowe Derby (R) for Colorado-bred 3-year-olds.

The fastest qualifier and 5-2 morning-line favorite, Shes My Foose is coming off of a head victory in the first of three trials on June 30. The filly has won two of six starts and has earned $8,445.

Shes My Foose will be ridden by Pedro Gonzales.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments and morning-line odds:
Shes My Foose (Pedro Gonzales), 5-2
Late N Dirty (Alfredo Triana Jr.), 12-1
Perkin Desire (Raul Gutierrez), 7-2
Too Long Kissin (Juan Pulido), 12-1
In My Dust (Stormy Smith), 12-1
Girl With Guns (Eugenio Navarette), 6-1
Iza Captain (Alejandro Luna), 8-1
Go Streak Lightning (Fernando Camacho), 10-1
Run With Courage (Edgar Martinez), 9-2
Rarest Ivory (Fernando Fonseca-Soto), 5-1

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