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                                Cherry Creek Futurity
by John Moorehouse
De Capitator Bar entered black type in resound- ing manner, winning the $96,370 Cherry Creek Futurity held at Arapahoe Park on July 13.
Breaking from the 2-gate underneath Martin Lasalde, De Capitator Bar led by a head as he reached the first call and he maintained that narrow advan- tage at every remaining juncture, holding off DG Dreamer and finishing his 330-yard trip in :17.190 for an 86 speed index. De Capitator Bar captured a $38,548 payday that increased his lifetime bankroll to $42,188. Dana Lichlyter’s home-bred colt now has won two of his three career starts. The Mark Schultz trainee finished second in his June 28 futurity trial and logged the second-fastest qualifying time.
Dana and Tom Lichlyter bred De Capitator Bar out of unraced Nikita Ben. She has produced 100% money earners from eight starters. De Capitator Bar has raced exclusively at Arapahoe in his home state and made his first out June 9 in a 330-yard maiden, which he won.
DG Dreamer (One Dashing Eagle-Iza Sugar N Spice) closed well to finish second by a head with Armando Ramirez aboard. Pedro and Lilia Andazola own the filly, who is trained by Hipolito Michel-Valverde.
Jess A Fly N Miracle (Jess Valentine-Fly Like Master), a longshot who posted the slowest qualify- ing time in the field, hit the board in third for owner Lorenzo Alonzo and trainer Jose Villafranco. Jonathan Dominguez did the riding.
Rounding out the order of finish was top qualifier Pitchforks Panther (Dominyun-Special Lady Panther) who was fourth, followed by Wagonfullofdarlings (Wagon Tales-Denim Darling), Skipin To First (First Down Dash-Skiptomylou), Captain Brave Heart (Captain Courage-Corona For You), Kina Big Deal (Jess Louisiana Blue-Teller Sheza Doll) and Intocable Cartel (Coronado Cartel-Tahiti Wave). Tykoon scratched.
Lucille Rowe Derby
by John Moorehouse
The results of the Lucille Rowe Derby mirrored the June 28 qualifying trials, with top qualifier Jess Un Sies Mas hitting the wire first in the $62,060 stakes at Arapahoe Park on July 13.
A 3-year-old gelding, Jess Un Sies Mas is unde- feated so far as a sophomore, winning all four of his starts, including last month’s Rocky Mountain Derby, which marked his first victory in stakes company. The heavy post-time favorite at less than even-money odds, Jess Un Sies Mas broke on top from the 7-post and led the entire way, crossingthe wire a 1/2-length in front.
Jose Barron trains Jess Un Sies Mas, who made this 350-yard trip in :17.558 for a 93 speed index.
Alfredo Triana, Jr., did the riding. Hugo Barron- Sierra, who home-bred Jess Un Sies Mas, banked a $24,824 payday that pushed the gelding’s lifetime earnings to $63,791.
Barron-Sierra bred Jess Un Sies Mas out of win- ner Seis Star Glitter, who was second in the Rocky Mountain Futurity-G3 as well as in the Mile High Derby-G3. She has produced 100% money earners from six starters. Jess Un Sies Mas is her third stakes winner and top earner.
El Oh El (Apollitical Jess-Cute Ivory Girl) was second under Ramiro Garcia for owner George Seward and trainer Nicholas Hammes.
David Palafox owns and trains third-place finisher DG Favorite (Favorite Cartel-Iza Sugar N Spice), who had Jonathan Dominguez aboard.
The remaining order of finish was Moshi Yoshi (Pool-Mairis Money Maker), Capos Sassy Laaydee (Capo De Capi-Royaldashlaaydee), Turbo Boost (Shining First Dash-Eyes A Cutie), Shmack Daddy Acklam (Little PYC-Go Amongst Um), Chendo Boy (Prospect To The Top-Baby Buckle Up), Invite A Favor (Favorite Cartel-Inviting A Snow) and On Fleek (Apollitical Jess-Dashing Diva).
Leo Beaudash Stakes
by Danny Camp
Dee Favorite Girl has won her last two races in a row. Her latest victory came in the $15,000 Leo Beaudash Stakes at Arapahoe Park on July 27.
The filly broke on top from the number 1-post and drifted out just a bit, but jockey Alfredo Triana Jr. was able to get her back on track. They held onto the lead throughout, crossing the wire a head in front. The filly finished the 400 yards in :19.720 to earn a 97 speed index.
Including the first place check of $9,000, the daughter of Favorite Cartel has now earned a total of $82,976 for owner Santos Lopez and trainer Miguel Pena.
Her previous victory came in the American Flyer Stakes last month. Prior to that, she was fourth in the FL Lady Bug Stakes and a final- ist in the Mile High Derby and Hobbs America Futurity-G2.
Dee And Betty Raper bred Dee Favorite Girl out of lightly raced Eyema Blues Girl. She has produced five winners from six starters, includ- ing West Texas Futurity-G2 finalist Eyema Blue Wagon. Dee Favorite Girl is her first stakes winner and top earner.
Toshi Yoshi (Pool-Mairis Money Maker) ran second under Jose Lopez for owner Dana Yoshida- Orozco and trainer Manuel Orozco. The gelding previously finished fourth in the Dolls Prodigy Stakes last month.
With a strong finish, The Designer (Mr Piloto- Chanel Chic) and jockey Jonathan Dominguez were able to bank third place money for owner/ trainer David Palafox. The gelding was a finalist in the Arapahoe Express Stakes last year.
Perkin Desire (Desirio-Fols Perky Cat), Unforgiven B (Jumpn-Mr Perrys Effort) and DG Tempter (Tempting Dash-DG Miss Daisy) com- pleted the order of finish.
            Arapahoe Park • $96,370 330 yards • :17.190 • si 86
Corona Cartel
A Shot At Glory Now I Know
  Capo De Capi
DE CAPITATOR BAR, ‘17-c. Nikita Ben
   China Ben
 Arapahoe Park • $62,060 350 yards • :17.558 • si 93
Mr Jess Perry
Apollitical Jess
Apollitical Time Tres Seis
   JESS UN SIES MAS, ‘16-g. Seis Star Glitter
  The Glitter
 Arapahoe Park • $15,000 400 yards • :19.720 • si 97
Favorite Trick
Favorite Cartel
Mr Eye Opener
Eyema Blues Girl
  Run The Dash
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