MRB Racing LLC’s Crispyn (pictured), a homebred son of the Mr Jess Perry stallion A Royal Jess and the fastest qualifier, is one of 10 New Mexico-bred juveniles entered back in Saturday’s 300-yard, $364,127 New Mexican Spring Futurity (RG2) at Sunland Park.

Crispyn made his debut with a clear two-length victory in the first of nine Spring Futurity trials on March 10. The gelding is out of First Place Cartel, an unplaced daughter of Corona Cartel, and he traces back to his second dam, First Regards, a First Place Dash mare who won the 2002 Dash For Cash Derby (G2) at Lone Star Park near Dallas.

Crispyn drew post 5 and will be ridden by Alan Hernandez for trainer Manuel Rodriguez.

Other contenders include Rancho El 48 LLC’s Wood Be Bad and Uno Menos’ Miss Hi Tide, a pair of $80,000 purchases at last year’s Ruidoso Select Yearlling Sale. A gelded son of Woodbridge trained by Ricardo Armendariz, Wood Be Bad is coming off of a 1 1/4-length win in his Spring Futurity trial.

Wood Be Bad drew post 7 and will be ridden by Alejandro Medina.

Miss Hi Tide is a daughter of Woodbridge and full sister to multiple graded stakes winner Mister Riptide. Trained by Wes Giles, the sorrel filly made her debut with a one-length victory as the 4-5 favorite in her Spring Futurity trial.

Miss Hi Tide drew post 8 and will be ridden by Adrian Ramos

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments and morning-line odds:
Call Me Jessiecartel (Francisco Calderon), 12-1
Over Da Edge (Sergio Becerra Jr.), 12-1
Play Again (Emilio Tapia), 10-1
Big Dudley Cartel (Ricky Ramirez), 8-1
Crispyn (Alan Hernandez), 3-1
Jess Have One More (Luis Martinez), 10-1
Wood Be Bad (Alejandro Medina), 8-1
Miss Hi Tide (Adrian Ramos), 4-1
Chicka Boom Babe (Sergio Dominguez), 5-1
Who U Daddy (Rodrigo Vallejo), 8-1