Femme Fatalia Headlines $34,900 Wyoming Downs Futurity

The California-bred filly is the morning-line favorite in Sunday's feature at Wyoming Downs.


Nine juveniles have been entered in Sunday's Wyoming Downs Futurity.

Melody A. Olsen’s Femme Fatalia, a California-bred daughter of Favorite Cartel and the fastest qualifier, heads a field of nine 2-year-olds entered back in Sunday’s 350-yard, $34,900 Wyoming Downs Futurity.

Trained by Glade Van Tassell, Femme Fatalia is coming off of a one-length victory in the first of five trials on August 4. The filly has earned $19,877 from three outs in the Intermountain region, with her only loss being a second-place finish, a neck behind winner JR Tinkup, in the 350-yard, $92,000 Beehive Futurity (R) at Laurel Brown Racetrack near Salt Lake City.

Cordarelton Benn will ride Femme Fatalia from post 5.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments and morning-line odds:
Stolin Train (Francisco Linan), 12-1
BK Talazar (Tyson Lusk), 8-1
Cir Home Run Kyz (Daniel Carrillo), 20-1
Locomotion Girl (Todd Thomas), 10-1
Femme Fatalia (Cordarelton Benn), 5-2
Louisiana Ez (Raymundo Torres), 7-2
Sheza Vital Secret (Jesus Valenzuela), 15-1
Mighty B Royal (Uriel Dominguez), 9-2
Heztwoforthedough (Jose Guzman), 4-1

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