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Race 1. #10 LA BIEN ROSE is the morning line favorite and looks like a solid play. Taking a large drop in class La Bien Rose will have blinkers added for her first attempt at a route. Her trainer, David Carroll wins at a rate of 12 percent (ROI +4.42) when he adds blinkers and at 25 percent ROI (+...
Daniel Lynch and Merrill Scherer’s Hunt for Candie, clearly best when breaking her maiden for $45,000 locally Nov. 8, is coupled with that same partnership’s Oh Whata Holiday, who broke her maiden in her first and only start last Aug. 26 at Presque Isle Downs, and that Merrill Scherer-trained pair...
We've run six days of this meet and the battle lines have been drawn and teams have been established. The jockey's race is going to be interesting, to say the least. Shane Sellers and Corey Lanerie have established themselves as forces to be reckoned with. They're both off to good starts and so are...
With often few running lines to analyze handicapping maiden races can be a hard task for horseplayers. However, the Brisnet Ultimate Past Performances include a wide range of trainer and pedigree statistics that can make this task easier and more profitable. A few examples are seen on Thursday's...
Members of the racing community based at Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots paused Monday to share fond memories of Bobby Frankel, the Hall of Fame trainer who died that morning from complications of lymphoma. Though based in Southern California, horses trained by Frankel won all four of the...
If you spend any time around the race track the first thing you will notice is the slangs and incorrect English we use on a regular basis. If someone asks a trainer "How'd you run in the 5th?", if he finished 1st you probably would hear him answer "we win it". If you ask a...
Oak Tree Stables’ Yare alternated for the early lead in Sunday’s $51,000 feature before drawing off for a 3 3/4-length score under regular rider Gerard Melancon. The six-furlong sprint restricted to accredited Louisiana-bred fillies and mares served as a prep for the upcoming $100,000 Louisiana...
The most impressive winner through the first five days of Fair Grounds’ current season? It might have been the Steve Margolis-trained Cool Bullet, a 2-year-old gelding who broke his maiden by more than six lengths for owners Ray Murray, Dave Williams and Bob Estes in Saturday’s fifth race. The...
Louisiana-bred Desert Wheat, conditioned by Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott and patiently ridden by Corey Lanerie, came from far back with a strong stretch run to capture Saturday’s featured $60,000 Mr. Sulu Stakes at Fair Grounds by 2 3/4–lengths.
Louisiana-bred Desert Wheat, conditioned by Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott and patiently ridden by Corey Lanerie, came from far back with a strong stretch run to capture Saturday’s featured $60,000 Mr. Sulu Stakes at Fair Grounds by 2 3/4–lengths. The Mr. Sulu, designed as a prep for the upcoming $...