CashCall Futurity

Inaugurated as the Hollywood Futurity, in 2007 the race name was changed to the CashCall Futurity. Originally raced at the current 8.5 furlongs, between 1985 and 1990 the event was run at 8 furlongs.

CashCall Futurity
Inaugurated as the Hollywood Futurity, in 2007 the race name was changed to the CashCall Futurity. Originally raced at the current 8.5 furlongs, between 1985 and 1990 the event was run at 8 furlongs.

CashCall Futurity replay
Saturday, Dec. 17 Hollywood CashCall Futurity (race 9) Liaison backed up his game Real Quiet win with another courageous tally here over the same foe, and while the margin isnít all that big, he still stamps himself one of the leaders of the West Coast 2-year-old male set, along with the resting Creative Cause. A son of Indian Charlie, who passed away this past week, Liaison is now 3 for 4. He showed enough speed to be just a couple of lengths off the lead in fifth while saving ground on the rail, waited for room on the far turn, found a seam into the lane, burst through nicely to take control into the lane, and stayed on doggedly to keep the hard-charging Rousing Sermon at bay in the final yards.

Bob Baffert takes aim at another CashCall Futurity victory
The trainer, who has won the race a record five times, has three entries Saturday ó Drill, Liaison and Sky Kingdom. December 16, 2011|By Eric Sondheimer Always count on Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert to have a few 2-year-olds ready for the richest Grade I event of the Hollywood Park autumn meeting, the $750,000 CashCall Futurity set for Saturday at the Inglewood track. Baffert has won the race a record five times, and he's scheduled to send out Drill, Liaison and Sky Kingdom in a race that has attracted 13 entrants at 1 1/16 miles on the Cushion Track.