BF Shes Outrageous, a stakes-winning daughter of Big Daddy Cartel and a Grade 1 finalist at Ruidoso Downs, is one of 58 state-bred 2-year-olds entered in Friday’s 400-yard New Mexico State Fair Futurity (RG3) trials at Albuquerque Downs.

BF Shes Outrageous has earned $65,577 from five races in New Mexico and Arizona, and her three wins include a 1 1/4-length win in the April 28, 300-yard Desert Classic Futurity (R) at Turf Paradise. The filly was also a finalist in the 400-yard, $1-million Rainbow Futurity (G1) at Ruidoso Downs on July 25.

BF Shes Outrageous drew post 5 and will be ridden by Emilio Tapia for trainer Wes Giles in the third of seven trials.

Other prominent New Mexico-bred juveniles entered in Friday’s trials include Dashin Approach, a homebred stakes-winning Mr Pyc To You colt trained by Jorge Morales-Flores for owners George and Peggy Cobb. Dashin Approach will be making his first start since May 23, when he scored a three-quarter length victory in the 350-yard, $113,000 New Mexico Breeders’ Futurity (RG3) at SunRay Park.

Dashin Approach drew post 9 and will be ridden by Jamie Parga Leos in the first heat.

LMG First Call (pictured) drew post 4 and will be ridden by Jose Enrique Ortiz for owner LMG Racing Inc. and trainer Mike Joiner in the second trial. A homebred son of champion First Moonflash, the brown gelding is coming off of a neck victory in the 400-yard, $50,000 Zia Juvenile Stakes (R) at Ruidoso Downs on August 1.

Cowboy Zulu is a homebred Zulu Dragon gelding racing for Chuck Sonnenberg and co-owner and trainer Fred Danley. Zulu Dragon has won two of four outs and has banked $67,285, and his resume includes a second-place finish, a neck behind winner Flashin Fire, in the 400-yard, $320,000 Zia Futurity (RG1) at Ruidoso Downs on August 1.

Cowboy Zulu drew post 7 and will be ridden by Noe Garcia Jr. in the seventh heat.

The 10 fastest qualifiers will meet in the September 19, $350,000-est. New Mexico State Fair Futurity final.