The 2014 All American Futurity (G1) is the richest race for 2-year-olds in North America, regardless of breed. Run every Labor Day at Ruidoso Downs in the mountain village of Ruidoso, New Mexico, the $2.6 million race will be contested September 1 by 2-year-old American Quarter Horses.
This year, the $2 million All American Derby (G1) for 3-year-olds is August 31.
The trials for the All American Futurity are August 14-15. The trials for the All American Derby are August 16.
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ABOUT THE ALL AMERICAN
The 2014 All American Futurity (G1) is racing’s richest race for 2-year-olds, regardless of breed. Run every Labor Day at Ruidoso Downs in the mountain village of Ruidoso, New Mexico, the $2.6 million race will be contested by 2-year-old American Quarter Horses.
The 440-yard race will be September 1.
The All American Futurity was first run in 1959, with a purse of $129,686. It was won by Hugh Huntley’s filly Galobar, who was trained by Newt Keck and ridden by Cliff Lambert. In 1978, the All American became the first horse race in history to offer a million dollar purse and was won by Moon Lark. In 1982, the race’s purse was upped to a $2 million, with $1 million going to winner Mr Master Bug.
The All American Derby was first run in 1974. This year, the $2 million All American Derby (G1) is August 31.
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