GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas &ndash; Trainer C.R. Trout has been debating which is the best path to get Shotgun Gulch to this fall&rsquo;s Grade 2, $400,000 Presque Isle Downs Masters, and at one point had seriously considered a stakes at Arlington Park. But now, he&rsquo;s changed gears and is going Hollywood.\r\nTrout on Wednesday said Shotgun Gulch is to make her next start in the Grade 2, $200,000 A Gleam Handicap at Hollywood Park. The seven-furlong race over Cushion Track for fillies and mares is July 16. Shotgun Gulch, who in April won the Grade 1 Madison at the same distance over Keeneland&rsquo;s Polytrack, is scheduled to breeze Saturday at her base of Lone Star Park.\r\n&ldquo;Hollywood came up just right, the timing,&rdquo; Trout said. &ldquo;It&rsquo;s run on the 16th of July, and then we&rsquo;ll run on the 10th of September. It works well.&rdquo;\r\nShotgun Gulch gave Trout his first Grade 1 win in the Madison. She has raced once since, finishing fifth in the Grade 1 Humana Distaff at Churchill Downs on May 7. Shotgun Gulch is owned and was bred by Trout. She is 4, and to date is 7 for 18, with career earnings of $488,309.\r\nPresque Islae Downs has a Tapeta synthetic surface.\r\nDreaminofthewin headed to Iowa Derby\r\nDreaminofthewin, who was third in the Grade 3, $200,000 Texas Mile at Lone Star in April, is being pointed for the Grade 3, $250,000 Iowa Derby, Trout said on Wednesday. The 1 1/16-mile race will be run at Prairie Meadows on June 25.\r\nDreaminofthewin, who faced older rivals in the Texas Mile, returned to the 3-year-old ranks last month and finished fourth on turf in the $200,000 Lone Star Derby.\r\nThe return to dirt should be meaningful for Dreaminofthewin, who this past winter at Oaklawn Park ran second to future graded stakes winners Alternation and Caleb&rsquo;s Posse in separate races. He met Caleb&rsquo;s Posse, who took last weekend&rsquo;s Grade 3 Ohio Derby, in the $100,000 Smarty Jones in January. Dreaminofthewin then hooked Alternation, eventual winner of the Grade 2 Peter Pan, in an allowance in February.\r\nFields set for futurities\r\nThe fields for Saturday&rsquo;s two divisions of the Texas Thoroughbred Association Sales Futurity were drawn Wednesday morning. Each race will go with a nine-horse field and be run over five furlongs. The estimated purse for both the colt-and-geldings division and the fillies division is $100,000.\r\n◗ Favorite Flavor is the one to beat in the featured sixth race Friday night, an $18,000 optional claiming sprint for fillies and mares at 5 1/2 furlongs. She missed by a head at a similar level last out, and the Beyer Speed Figure of 85 that she earned is the best last-race number in the field. Lone Star&rsquo;s leading rider, Chris Landeros, has the mount for trainer Cody Autrey.\r\n◗ Apprentice jockey Efigenio Ruiz won the first race of his career in last Saturday&rsquo;s first race, taking a three-way photo with Platinum Van ($25.80). He was aboard for trainer Kathren Garcia. It was the 30th career start for Ruiz, who began riding earlier this year.