News December  17, 2017

2017 LQHBA Laddie Futurity(RG2) Race Recap


Jls Dash N Fire and jockey Noe Castaneda after winning the $266,140 LQHBA Laddie Futurity(RG2) Saturday night at Delta Downs.

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by Greg Thompson, StallioneSearch

VINTON, LA—MAY 21, 2017—Stallionesearch.com has continues its webcast coverage of the 2017 LQHBA Lassie Futurity(RG2) and LQHBA Laddie Futurity(RG2) from Delta Downs in Vinton, Louisiana.

On this episode, Stallionesearch.com was on hand to capture the 2017 running of the LQHBA Laddie Futurity(RG2), as well as post-race interviews with both the winning jockey Noe Castaneda and his dad trainer Kenneth Roberts, Sr.

CLICK HERE to watch the Stallionesearch.com webcast of the 2017 LQHBA Lassie Futurity(RG2) preview from Delta Downs.

The coverage of the Lassie and Laddie Futurities is the fourth and fifth installment of the 2017 Louisiana Quarter Horse Racing Series on Stallionesearch.com and StallioneSearch En Español.

Throughout the 2017 racing calendar in Louisiana, StallioneSearch and StallioneSearch En Español will be providing onsite coverage for 12 total stakes races including:

  • Mardi Gras Futurity
  • Mardi Gras Derby
  • Harrah’s Entertainment Futurity
  • Lassie Futurity
  • Laddie Futurity
  • Firecracker Futurity
  • Firecracker Derby
  • Lee Berwick Memorial Futurity
  • Louisiana Classic Stakes
  • Delta Downs La Bred Derby
  • LQHBA Breeders Million Futurity
  • LQHBA Breeders Derby

Coverage of the restricted Grade 2 Lassie and Laddie Futurities is sponsored entirely by the Louisiana Quarter Horse Breeders Association.

In 2016, the LQHBA awarded more than $4.4 Million in breeders' awards, as well as a half-million dollars in stallion awards. Each year in August, the LQHBA hosts the LQHBA Annual Yearling Sale in Kinder, Louisiana. LQHBA' headquarters is located in Alexandria.

For additional information visit the association's website at lqhba.com.


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