The field of 10 Oklahoma-bred 2-year-olds has been set for Saturday night’s $854,775 Remington Park Futurity. The restricted Grade 1 race is for Oklahoma-breds who qualified through two nights of trials at 330 yards.

Cowgirls Can Fly, the top qualifier from the first night of 11 trials on April 11, has been made the morning-line favorite at 3-1 odds. The filly is one of three from the barn of trainer Leo Alcala to qualify for the Remington Park Futurity.

Owned by Marisol Alvarado of Jones, Okla., Cowgirls Can Fly will be ridden by Noe Garcia for the first time. Francisco Calderon qualified the filly but has opted for another mount, who happens to be the second morning-line favorite.

Apocalyptical Moon is 7-2 in the morning line, he was also qualified by Calderon, the only jockey to qualify more than one mount for the Remington Park Futurity. Calderon made his choice for the big race after getting on each of his qualifiers last week during morning preparations for the futurity.

Apocalypitcal Moon is owned by Victor Lozano of Denver City, Texas and is trained by James J. Gonzales III. The colt was also a qualifier from the first night of trials.

Flying Wrangler put up the top qualifying time on the second night of trials, April 12. That gelding has been set at 6-1 odds for the morning line. Owned by Dusty Rose Ranch of Oklahoma City and trained by Stacey Capps, Flying Wrangler will be ridden by Eugenio Navarrete who has ridden him to a perfect record of two wins in as many starts this season.

The field for the Remington Park Futurity, by program and post-position order, with jockey, trainer and morning-line odds:
Heavens Uncle: Bryan Candanosa, Guillermo Valdivia, 8-1
Flirtacious Showboat: Jorge Torres, Clint Crawford, 9-2
Flying Wrangler: Eugenio Navarrete, Stacey Capps, 6-1
Apocalyptical Moon: Francisco Calderon, James Gonzales, 7-2
RR Eagles Path: Roman Cruz, Erik Rodriguez-Garcia, Roman Cruz, 20-1
Iteas Jessy: James Flores, Guillermo Valdivia, 15-1
Coronita KO: Edwin Escobedo, Leo Alcala, 10-1
Cowgirls Can Fly: Noe Garcia, Alcala, 3-1 (morning-line favorite)
Js Freightrain: Ali Rivera, Alcala, 15-1
My Fancy Corona: Javier Hernandez-Gallardo, Michelle Hurdle, 8-1

The Remington Park Futurity is the 12th and final race on the Saturday night program that also features eight other stakes events, including the $188,975 Remington Park Oaks for 3-year-old fillies and the $169,175 Remington Park Derby for 3-year-olds. Both races are also restricted to Oklahoma-breds.

Racing begins at 6pm Thursday, Friday and on Remington Park Futurity Saturday. Racing begins at 4pm on Sunday.

Remington Park has provided more than $347 Million to the State of Oklahoma general education fund since the opening of the casino in 2005. Located at the junction of Interstates 35 & 44, in the heart of the Oklahoma City Adventure District, Remington Park presents simulcast racing daily and non-stop casino gaming. The Remington Park Futurity for Oklahoma-breds is featured on April 27. The 2024 American Quarter Horse, Paint and Appaloosa Season continues through June 1. starts its 50-date season. Parking and admission are always free. Must be 18 or older to wager on horse racing or enter the casino gaming floor. Visit for more information.