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Scooter Prize Looks to Maintain Good Form in Delta’s John Alleman Memorial

Scooter Prize will head Wednesday's $50,000 John Alleman Memorial Stakes (RG3) on opening night at Delta Downs.

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VINTON, LA-—APRIL 19, 2015-—Fresh off of a successful winter season at Louisiana Downs, Ana Alvidrez’s Scooter Prize is one of seven state-bred sprinters entered in Wednesday’s 350-yard, $50,000 John Alleman Memorial Stakes (RG3) at Delta Downs.

Trained by Martin Trejo, Scooter Prize won two of her three outs at Louisiana Downs, both against stakes company. The 4-year-old daughter of First Prize Perry is coming off of a convincing 1 1/2-length victory in the March 21, 400-yard Streakin La Jolla Stakes.

Scooter Prize drew the rail post and will be ridden by David Alvarez.

Open Me A Corona, a 5-year-old son of Coronas Leaving You racing for Charles Forbes Jr. and Tommy Hays, was the only horse to defeat Scooter Prize during the Louisiana Downs meet. The stallion pinned a half-length defeat on Scooter Prize in the 350-yard, $25,000 Mr Jess Perry Stakes (R) on February 28.

Open Me A Corona is trained by Bobby Martinez. Saul Ramirez Jr. has been named to ride Open Me A Corona from post 2.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey and weight assignments--

  1. Scooter Prize (David Alvarez, 126)
  2. Open Me A Corona (Saul Ramirez Jr., 126)
  3. Fast Talkin Henry (John Hamilton, 126)
  4. Eye Get The Blues (Antonio Alberto, 126)
  5. Heza Fast Rogue (Donald Watson, 126)
  6. Jess Good Lookin (Joe Badilla Jr., 126)
  7. Forever Steph (Raul Ramirez Jr., 124).

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