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Go Gotta Go is Morning-Line Choice in Rio Grande Senor Futurity
RSS Feeds Monday, September 5, 2016
Go Gotta Go, a homebred son of the Old Trieste stallion Mr. Trieste racing for Maurcenia Cross, is the 5-2 morning-line favorite for Monday’s 5 1/2-furlong, $152,974 Rio Grande Senor Futurity (R) for New Mexico-bred 2-year-old colts and geldings.

Go Gotta Go made his career debut in an auspicious fashion on August 13, as the gelding won the second of three trials by 11 lengths under jockey Francisco Giles. One of four winners from as many starters foaled by the winning and stakes-placed Tale Of The Cat mare Macann’s Promise, Go Gotta Go is a half brother to the multiple stakes placed Elijah’s Song gelding Streaks Bro.

Go Gotta Go drew post 2 and will again be ridden by Giles for trainer Gary Cross.

R.D. Hubbard’s Another Brother drew post 6 and will be ridden by Glen Murphy for trainer Todd Fincher. An earner of $41,434 from four outs, the gelded son of Attila’s Storm ran second, a nose behind winner Ignored, in the 5-furlong, $173,000 Mountain Top Futurity (R) on July 31, and he is a full brother to multiple stakes winners Thermal and Reaper.

Other contenders include Thunder Dome, a chestnut gelding by Dome racing for W.D. Carson Sr., M.H. Carson, and Leach Racing from the barn of trainer Dallas Barton. Thunder Dome broke his maiden with a 4 1/4-length win in the third Senor Futurity trial, and he is a half brother to 2010 Sierra Starlet Handicap (R) winner If I Had A Bull.

Thunder Dome drew post 5 and will be ridden by Ricardo Jaime.

Fincher will also send out contender Storming Back, a homebred bay gelding by Attila’s Storm owned by Dale Taylor. Storming Back has banked $22,345 from three starts, and his resume includes a third-place finish in the Mountain Top Futurity.

Storming Back is one of three starters foaled by the unraced 8-year-old Pleasantly Perfect mare Accommodate, and he is a full brother to Hit A Lick, a 3-year-old gelding who ran third in Sunday’s $107,977 Casino at the Downs Derby (R) at Albuquerque Downs. Storming Back drew post 10 and will be ridden by Ruby Gonzalez.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments and morning-line odds -- Dom Strait (Jose Barajas), 30-1; Go Gotta Go (Francisco Giles), 5-2; Happy Hennessy (Oscar Ceballos), 8-1; He’s Another Who (Larry Gamez), 15-1; Thunder Dome (Ricardo Jaime), 9-2; Another Brother (Glen Murphy), 7-2; Fire Squall (Mauro Salcedo), 20-1; Move Bingham (Miguel Fuentes Jr.), 10-1; Never Mary A Song (Enrique Gomez), 15-1; and Storming Back (Ruby Gonzalez), 5-1.

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