Quarter Horse Stakes, Trials Dominate Sunday Card at Canterbury

The program is headlined by the $167,600 Mystic Lake Northlands Futurity.

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Canterbury Park will on Sunday present an 11-race card featuring six Quarter Horse races, topped by the richest-ever running of the Mystic Lake Northlands Futurity.

Six Quarter Horse races, headlined by the richest-ever running of the Mystic Lake Northlands Futurity, will be featured on Canterbury Park’s 11-race program on Sunday.

Olivias Jett, a homebred bay daughter of Desirio racing for Patrick Swan and the fastest qualifier, headlines a field of 10 2-year-olds in Sunday’s 350-yard, $167,600 Mystic Lakes Northlands Futurity. Trained by Tomey Swan, the filly won the last of six trials on a sloppy and sealed track on June 11 while scoring her second win in three outs.
Olivias Jett drew post 2 and will be ridden by Marcus Swiontek.

The Mystic Lake Northlands Futurity will be run as the sixth race. Post time is scheduled for 3:09 p.m. (CST). The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments and morning-line odds:
A Jordon Reed (Oscar Delgado), 4-1
Olivias Jett (Marcus Swiontek), 5-2
Kaelies Dividend (Denny Velazquez), 12-1
A Shade Of Midnight (Stormy Smith), 15-1
Miss Jess Carter (Justin Shepherd), 8-1
High Valley Girl (Jose Vega), 6-1
First Of 15 (Brayan Velazquez), 10-1
Eos Wing Man (Jorge Torres), 12-1
Ms Veronica (Nik Goodwin), 6-1
Agent Carter (Berkley Packer), 12-1

Minnesota Stallion Breeders’ Futurity (R)
Duane Murphy’s Bs Special is the 3-1 morning-line favorite for Sunday’s 350-yard, $45,765 Minnesota Stallion Breeders’ Futurity (R).

A brown daughter of Freighttrain B trained by Casey Black, Bs Special made her Canterbury Park debut with a three-quarter length win in the last of three trials on June 17. The filly has won two of four races, including a 250-yard maiden-special-weight dash at Remington Park in her debut on April 6, and she has earned $17,589.

Bs Special drew post 10 and will be ridden by David Pinon.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments and morning-line odds:
Sweet Twisted Tea (Berkley Packer), 20-1
Calamady Jane (Elliot Bachicha Jr.), 15-1
Itinkican Itinkican (Brayan Velazquez), 4-1
Ima Lil Storm Cat (Jorge Torres), 10-1
Eos Bea Mine (Denny Velazquez), 8-1
Eos Marie Leveau (Cody R. Smith), 6-1
Bodacious Peach (Marcus Swiontek), 12-1
Triple Vodka Feature (Nik Goodwin), 8-1
High On Chablis (Oscar Delgado), 9-2
Bs Special (David Pinon), 3-1

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Also on Sunday, a field of nine 2-year-olds has been entered in the 350-yard, $18,000 Mystic Lake Northlands Juvenile Stakes.

Trainer Jason Olmstead will send out three contenders, topped by morning-line favorite Eagle Deluxe. A Louisiana-bred son of One Famous Eagle, the colt has earned $5,481 four outs for his owners, Tom Maher, Bill Maher, and Movin On. Eagle Deluxe drew post 4 and will be ridden by Brayan Velazquez.

Twenty-seven sophomores have been entered in Sunday’s 400-yard Canterbury Park Derby trials. Bout Tree Fiddy, a homebred son of Ivory James trained by Tomey Swan for owners Patrick Swan and Carry Allred, is coming off of a half-length victory at odds of 14-1 in the 350-yard, $50,000 Jack Brooks Stakes (R) for Oklahoma-breds at Remington Park on May 29. The gelding drew post 2 and will be ridden by Marcus Swiontek in the second of three trials.

The 10 fastest qualifiers will meet in the July 16, $65,000-est. Canterbury Park Derby.

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