Ten Juveniles Entered Back in $371,200 Oklahoma Futurity

Fastest qualifier Pops Tempting Wagon is the morning-line choice for Saturday's feature at Remington Park.

Q-Racing Journal

Pops Tempting Wagon, pictured here winning his trial on March 10, drew post 5 for Saturday's Grade 3 Oklahoma Futurity. PHOTO: Dustin Orona Photography/Remington Park

Ten 2-year-olds, topped by fastest qualifier and morning-line favorite Pops Tempting Wagon, have been entered back in Saturday's 300-yard, $371,200 Oklahoma Futurity (G3) at Remington Park.

Trained by Guillermo Valdivia for owner Gabriel Gutierrez, Pops Tempting Wagon made his debut with a wire-to-wire, three-quarter length victory in the sixth of 12 trials on March 10. The Oklahoma-bred colt by champion Tempting Dash was a $15,000 buy at last year's Heritage Place Yearling Sale.

Pops Tempting Wagon drew post 5 and will be ridden by Larry Payne.

Other contenders include Bret Pevehouse's Reggies Bailbond, a homebred High Rate Of Return gelding trained by Clint Crawford. The second-fastest qualifier, Reggies Bailbond is coming off of a neck victory as the 3-1 choice in the seventh Oklahoma Futurity trial.

Omar Reyes will ride Reggies Bailbond from post 6.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments and morning-line odds:
Igotta Go Gotta Go (Daniel Torres), 9-2
Tempting Illusion (Roberto Meraz Jr.), 6-1
First Prize Shawn (Andrew Samaniego), 20-1
Long Wagon Ho (Alfredo Triana Jr.), 20-1
Pops Tempting Wagon (Larry D. Payne), 2-1
Reggies Bailbond (Omar Reyes), 4-1
Demi More (Jesus Salazar), 15-1
Shez A Cartel Chick (Mario Delgado), 15-1
CR Smoke (G.R. Carter Jr.), 5-1
SC Money Maker (Stormy Smith), 8-1

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