Together To Tne End Returns in Delta's Firecracker Futurity Trials

The Grade 3 winner is one of 60 juveniles entered in Saturday's trials.

Sixty 2-year-olds, including Grade 3 winner Together To The End, have been entered in Saturday's 350-yard Firecracker Futurity trials at Delta Downs.

Together To The End, a homebred daughter of champion Inseperable racing for Alejandro Moya, will make her next start in Saturday’s 350-yard Firecracker Futurity (G2) trials at Delta Downs.

Together To Tne End will be making her first start since March 22, when the sorrel filly scored a neck victory in the 300-yard, $234,000 Harrah’s Entertainment Futurity (G3) at Delta Downs. She has won both of her outs and has banked $106,910.

Together To The End drew post 5 and will be ridden by Eddie Sanchez in the second of six trials.

Other prominent juveniles entered in the Firecracker Futurity trials include Dont Temp Me and Capitan Jimbob, the winner and runner-up, respectively, in the 330-yard, $81,000 Old South Futurity on May 13. Trained by Rodolfo Sanchez for owners Rigo and Sally Flores, Dont Temp Me is a homebred son of champion Tempting Dash who has won both of his starts and has earned $43,715.

Dont Temp Me will be ridden by Eduardo Luviano from post 9 in the fifth heat.

Capitan Jimbob races for Felix J. Martinez from the barn of trainer Wendy Garcia. The Desirio colt has banked $58,352 from four outs, and his resume includes a second-place finish to Together To The End in the Harrah’s Entertainment Futurity.

Capitan Jimbob drew post 6 and will be ridden by Rene Gutierrez in the fourth trial.

The 10 fastest qualifiers will meet in the July 1 $100,000-added Firecracker Futurity final.

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