|Post Time: 5:25 p.m. (CT) |
Purse: $1.5 million Guaranteed
|1||Dynamic Impact||12-1||Miguel Mena||Mark Casse|
|2||General a Rod||15-1||Javier Castellano||Mike Maker|
|3||California Chrome||3-5||Victor Espinoza||Art Sherman|
|4||Ring Weekend||20-1||Alan Garcia||Graham Motion|
|5||Bayern||10-1||Rosie Napravnik||Bob Baffert|
|6||Ria Antonia (f)||30-1||Calvin Borel||Tom Amoss|
|7||Kid Cruz||20-1||Julian Pimentel||Linda Rice|
|8||Social Inclusion||5-1||Luis Contreras||Manny Azpurua|
|9||Pablo Del Monte||20-1||Jeffrey Sanchez||Wesley Ward|
|10||Ride On Curlin||10-1||Joel Rosario||William Gowan|
|f - filly|
|Colts & Geldings Carry 126 Pounds|
|Fillies Carry 121 Pounds|
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