06/28/2001 12:00AM

Canterbury: 'Cash' tops Futurity


Keep Takin the Cash will try to live up to his promising career debut in the Grade 3 $48,650 Northlands Futurity for Quarter Horses at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, Minn., on Saturday.

Owned by William and Rosemary Vincent and trained by Edward Hardy, Keep Takin the Cash made his first start in the trials and responded with a half-length win in the fastest qualifying time of 18.127 seconds for the 350 yards.

Eyes Hungry, winner of the 2000 Northlands Futurity, heads the Grade 3 $28,650 Canterbury Park Derby on Sunday. Owned by Keith Ollison, Eyes Hungry has won four of five starts at Canterbury. His only setback came in the Bayer Legend Central Challenge when he finished in second place and was disqualified to eighth place.