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Santa Anita: CashCall Futurity runner-up Fury Kapcori will miss Robert Lewis Stakes
ARCADIA, Calif.- Fury Kapcori, second in the Grade 1 CashCall Futurity at Betfair Hollywood Park in December, will miss the $200,000 Robert Lewis Stakes for 3-year-olds at Santa Anita this Saturday, trainer Jerry Hollendorfer said on Sunday.
“He’s got a little problem,” Hollendorfer said. “It might cost him a little time.”
Hollendorfer did not elaborate on what will keep Fury Kapcori out of the Lewis or how much training or racing the Tiznow colt will miss.
Owned by a partnership that includes Hollendorfer, Fury Kapcori has won 2 of 5 starts and $221,000. By Tiznow, he won the Charlie Palmer Futurity at the Big Fresno Fair in October and was second in two stakes at Hollywood in the fall – the Real Quiet Stakes and the CashCall Futurity.
In the CashCall Futurity, Fury Kapcori led or disputed the pace and was beaten 1 1/4 lengths by the highly regarded Violence.
Fury Kapcori had been working steadily through January, including six furlongs in 1:12:40 at Hollywood Park on Jan. 19.
The Grade 2 Lewis Stakes is run over 1 1/16 miles and is a key prep for the $750,000 Santa Anita Derby on April 6. The race is led by He’s Had Enough, second in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile here in November, and Flashback, a sharp maiden race winner at Hollywood Park in December.
The race is not expected to draw a large field.
What a Joke the Lewis Stake is this year!! 2 horses nominated a last out Maiden winner and Woodbine Shipper....Great race!!
Loved Fury Kapcori's effort in the Hollywood Futurity. He was up in a 4-way battle for the lead through fractions that were extremely fast for Hollywood. The other speed wilted, with the best finish aside from Kapcori coming from Oxbow, who was a distant 4th. And Oxbow came back to destroy a grade 3 field last weekend. So, really disappointing news about Fury Kapcori.
Why was the icon, Jimmy "The Hat" Allard, removed from his table at The Frontrunner? He deserves the best table in the house at SA. Huge tipper, lots of great ideas and avid supporter of California racing. Things haven't been the same since Big Vern left, but The Hat and his crew deserve better.
“He’s got a little problem,” Hollendorfer said. “It might cost him a little time.” Hollendorfer did not elaborate on what will keep Fury Kapcori out of the Lewis or how much training or racing the Tiznow colt will miss. Thanks for being honest with the public, Jerry.
Fury Kapcori trains at Hollywood park not SA
They are dropping like flies at the Santa Anita Death Track...in races, in the morning, the track is awful and nobody is covering the carnage going on daily at Santa Anita. California Horse Racing ...keep it classy babe.
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