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Louisiana-bred Sophomores Featured Saturday

The 25th renewal of the $60,000 Gentilly Stakes for 3-year-old Louisiana-breds and the eighth running of the $60,000 Sarah Lane’s Oates Stakes for state-bred sophomore fillies share t

Fast Alex in Louisiana Derby Picture With Monday Win

Jim Tafel’s Fast Alex did not make it to the races as a 2-year-old, but as a 3-year-old he is fast becoming a rising star.

Shutupanddance Wins Sunday Feature

Shutupanddance, a 4-year-old accredited Louisiana-bred filly owned by Bill and Denise Morrison and trained by Michelle Lovell, took command just after the break and never relinquished

Tizaqueena Rules Over Rivals in Lacombe Memorial

Darley Stable’s Tizaqueena, who began a four-race win streak at Fair Grounds last season that culminated with a score in Churchill’s Grade II Distaff Turf Mile on Kentucky Derby Day, began a

Calliope Jane Wins Friday Feature

Circustown Stables’ Calliope Jane, always among the leaders, continued willingly when set down for the drive to be best by three-quarters of a length in Friday’s $43,000 six-furlong feature

Tizaqueena Tops Saturday's Lacombe Memorial 'Cap

Darley Stable’s Tizaqueena, heroine of the Grade II Distaff Turf Mile on Kentucky Derby Day at Churchill Downs last spring, will make her first start of the year when she heads a field of ei

My Happiness Wins Monday Grass Marathon Feature

Fritz McTamahan’s My Happiness, allowed to settle three paths off the inner rail in Monday’s $43,000 11-furlong grass feature at Fair Grounds, rallied boldly outside the leaders under jockey

Skipping Town Wins Sunday Feature

Daniel Family Farms’ Skipping Town proved to be no disappointment to those who backed her down to even money favoritism in Sunday’s $44,000 feature for fillies and mares at about seven and a

Preview Day Undercard: Stonehouse Steals Mineshaft; Blues Street Takes FG 'Cap

The predicted duel between last winter’s Grade II Louisiana Derby winner and last spring’s Grade I Blue Grass Stakes winner got shot down Saturday when Richard Rudolph and Michael Vranich’s Ston

Jody Slew Runs Down Quiet Temper in Grade III Silverbulletday

Martin Racing Stable and Dan Morgan’s Jody Slew came from more than 20 lengths back to run down Mark H.