Today's Headlines July  30, 2021

Delta Downs’ 2021 American Quarter Horse Season Comes To Close Saturday With Louisiana Showcase Day

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VINTON, LA—JULY 28, 2021—Delta Downs’ 2021 American Quarter Horse season will wrap up on Saturday afternoon with a special 10-race program tabbed as Louisiana Showcase Day.

The entire program is devoted to horses bred in Louisiana with eight stakes races and just over $1.4 million in total purse money up for grabs. The main event will be the $826,620 Lee Berwick Futurity (RG1), which will be the final race on the card. First post time for the exciting program will be at 3 pm.

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