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Break New Ground Captures FG Sunday Feature

NEW ORLEANS, La (January 11, 2009) - Koji Maeda's Break New Ground gained command in mid-stretch and took a three-quarter length victory in Sunday's $44,000 allowance feature for fill

Friesan Fire Shines Brightest in Grade III Lecomte

NEW ORLEANS, La (January 10, 2009) - Along came Jones - once again - in the $100,000 Grade III Lecomte Stakes at Fair Grounds.

French Beret Tops Again In Col. E.R. Bradley

NEW ORLEANS, La (January 10, 2009) - Sam-Son Farms' French Beret put his head down at exactly the right time to capture a repeat win in the $100,000 Grade III Col. E. R.

RTTD Kickoff Day Notes and Quotes

F.W. Gaudin Memorial Stakes

Winner: Mutadda ($7, running time 1:09.87)

Jockey Francisco Torres Out Indefinitely After A. M. Spill

NEW ORLEANS, La. (January 9, 2009) - Jockey Francisco Torres will be out of action for an indefinite period of time after tests Friday revealed a fractured clavicle.

King Dan Wins Friday at Fair Grounds

NEW ORLEANS, La. (January 9, 2009) - Jack Randall and Tom Clark's King Dan quickly took command under jockey James Graham and drew off for a 4 1/4-length victory in the $44,000 al

Tensas Yucatan Wins FG's Thursday Feature

NEW ORLEANS, La. (January 8, 2009) - James Spence's Tensas Yucatan took command entering the stretch and drew off late to win Friday's $52,000 filly and mare allowance feature at

Six Stakes Showcase Saturday's RTTD Kickoff Day Program

NEW ORLEANS, La. (January 8, 2009) - "Derby fever" spikes an early temperature Saturday as the $100,000 Grade III Lecomte Stakes headlines "Road to the Derby"

Hisse Completes Asmussen-Bridgmohan Monday Triple

NEW ORLEANS, La. (January 5, 2009) - Heiligbrodt Racing Stable's Hisse rallied boldly in the stretch to take a half-length win in Monday's $48,000 one-mile allowance optional clai

Indygo Mountain Slight Choice in Saturday's Lecomte

NEW ORLEANS, La. (January 5, 2009) - Clarence Scharbauer Jr.'s Indygo Mountain is the 3-1 morning-line favorite among the field of nine 3-year-olds entered Monday for the $100,000 Grade I