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J P's Gusto has more to prove

Updated: December 15, 2010, 11:35 AM ET
By Steve Andersen | Daily Racing Form

INGLEWOOD, Calif. -- For most of the owners and trainer chasing Saturday's $750,000 CashCall Futurity at Hollywood Park, the focus of the race is the lucrative prize. A win or placing in the Grade 1 race would greatly help the chances of gaining a berth in the Kentucky Derby in May, a field determined by graded stakes earnings.

For owner John Waken and trainer David Hofmans, who start J P's Gusto, money is not the primary issue. A four-time stakes winner, J P's Gusto has already earned ...

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