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Inspired, Speedacious Vie in Saturday's Happy Ticket

Peter Blum’s Inspired and Carl Moore’s Speedacious will each be putting win streaks on the line if they match strides in Saturday’s Fair Grounds feature – the 25th

Calhoun One-Two in 3YO Feature

Gary and Mary West Stables’ entry of Fire Alarm andTiz Moe both overcame sluggish beginnings to finish first and second respectively – a neck apart – in Friday’s $

Mena Four Wins Shy of 1,000 Entering Friday

After riding five winners on Monday, jockey Miguel Mena remained four wins shy of the 1,000-career win milestone entering Friday’s racing program.

Mena Wins Five, Cemented by Cleadon in Feature

Jockey Miguel Mena guided Andrew Farm, Scanlon and O’Connor’s favored Celadon to a neck victory in Monday’s $53,000 allowance optional claiming feature for older f

One Pretty Penny Shines in South Mississippi Owners/Breeders Stakes

William Gilmore’s One Pretty Penny, reserved behind the early leaders, came outside those to launch a bid in the stretch and wore down James Alexander’s Call  

Lonesome Street Wins Sunday Feature

Ken and Sarah Ramsey’s Lonesome Street alternated for the early lead with George Ditola’s Cross Village, drew away from that one a second time after the eighth pol

Patience Drive Wins Friday at Fair Grounds

Melnyk Racing Stables Inc.’s Patience Drive challenged the pacesetting Age of Humor, owned by Skychai Racing and Twin Creeks Farm et al., in the vicinity of the fu

Dance Caller Leads the Way in Friday Feature

Frank Fletcher Racing Operations’ Dance Caller made or forced the pace throughout in Friday’s featured $49,000 allowance optional claiming sprint at Fair Grounds and withheld the late surge

Strike Again Wins Buddy D., Valli With a Vow in Pago Hop

Pin Oak Stable’s Strike Again caught even-money favorite Gran Estreno just steps from the wire to register a three-quarter length mild upset in Saturday’s fifth running of the $60,000

Jedediah Wins Friday Feature

Marc and Jill Winston’s Jedediah, never far back, rallied outside the leaders when set down for the drive and was up to best John Duvielh and Keith and Earl Hernandez’s Butter Brown b