(1) OBJECTION – 9TH – NO CHANGE
The objection was posted at the behest of # 7 jockey Luis Gonzalez, who claimed interference from the #5 at about the 3/16 pole. The pan shot confirmed there was no contact between the two as # 5 drifted out while # 7 was making up ground on the outside. While the claim of foul was not frivolous, # 5 was making a move as well, eliminating sufficient evidence that the incident cost # 7 a better placing. Therefore, no change in the order of finish was made.
(1) INQUIRY/OBJECTION – 2ND RACE – DISQUALIFICATION
The inquiry was posted due to observed interference near the wire between #9, ridden by Luis Gonzalez, and the #4, with Eduardo Gutierrez-Sosa up. Mr. Gutierrez also filed an objection. Films confirmed #9 drifted down across the field and eventually took the path of #4. While it doesn’t appear the incident cost #4 the opportunity at a better placing, it did cost him momentum and time. As this was a timed trial event, #9 was disqualified from 2nd and placed 4th behind #4.
(2) INQUIRY – 3RD RACE – DISQUALIFICATION
This inquiry was the result of #8 breaking in hard leaving the starting gate and colliding with #7, who in turn collided with #6, effectively taking both horses out of contention for a qualifying time for the Far West Futurity. As such, #8 was disqualified from 5th and placed 8th behind #7 and #6.
(1) INQUIRY – 2ND RACE – DISQUALIFICATION
The inquiry sign was illuminated after observed interference was observed mid stretch between #2 with Kassie Guglielmino aboard and the #3. Films show Ms. Guglielmino urging her mount with a left handed crop while her mount drifted out and into the path of #3, causing the latter to clip heels and stumble. Having cost #3 the opportunity at a better placing, the stewards disqualified #2 and placed her 8th, just behind #3.
(1) INQUIRY – 1ST RACE – NO CHANGE
The stewards posted the inquiry to review the incident resulting in the rider (Matt Hagerty) of the #3 horse, “Furriddle” to become unseated. Films show the horse bucked early on then bolted to the inside, hitting the rail and dislodging the jockey. Since the fault lied with the #3, no change was warranted.
(2) INQUIRY – 2ND RACE – NO CHANGE
The Board of Stewards posted the inquiry sign after witnessing an incident between the #8, #9, and #10 horses near the wire. While the quarters became rather tight on the #9 horse, the Board made no change because #9 always had room to place her feet.
(3) INQUIRY – 6TH RACE – NO CHANGE
The inquiry sign was illuminated as the result of an accident near the 3/16 pole. The #5 went down while racing clear resulting in a decision by the Board of Stewards to leave the results as is.