LOS ANGELES -- The last CashCall Futurity to be run at a soon-to-be-closing Betfair Hollywood Park will feature a 13-horse field of 2-year-olds, each trying to establish himself as a Kentucky Derby contender.
The winner Saturday will receive 10 points toward Derby entry.
Trainer Jerry Hollendorfer's Tamarando has been made the morning line favorite at 4-1, followed by another Hollendorfer horse, Shared Belief, at 7-2. John Sadler's Kobe's Back shares the third favored spot with Bob Baffert's Tap It Rich, both at 9-2.
The $750,000 race will be run at 1 1/16 miles and will mark the 33rd and final race in the Hollywood Park series.
Baffert's horses have won the race six times.
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