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More Summer Sale Yearlings Head Louisiana Downs Futurity Schooling Races On Saturday

Schooling races for 2-year-olds who remain eligible for the Grade 3 $300,000-est. Louisiana Downs Futurity will held on Saturday at Louisiana Downs.

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BOSSIER CITY, LA—FEBRUARY 15, 2022—A number of "summer sale" yearlings will head eight schooling races on Saturday for 2-year-olds who remain eligible for the Grade 3 $300,000-est. Louisiana Downs Futurity (formerly Harrah's Futurity).

Louisiana Downs will host an eight-race training card at 250 yards for each race on Saturday. First post is 11:00 a.m. (CST).

The first race will be headed by $32,000 Heritage Place Yearling Sale graduate Secrets In The Snow. Trainer Fernando Lopez sends out the son of Hez Our Secret for owner Zach Stevenson.

Jockey Camilo Castillo has been named to ride the gray colt out of the Grade 1 stakes winning Corona Cartel are A Snowy Cartel. Secrets In The Snow is a half-brother to Gillespie County Fair Derby winner Dynasty Cartel and Rainbow Juvenile Invitational winner Shesa Relentless Gal. This is the family of champion A Real Man.

Plausibledeniability, a $35,000 TQHA Sale graduate, will start for owner Juan Montoya and trainer Levi Mays in Race 2. Juan Garcia will ride the FDD Dynasty colt who is the first foal from the Tres Seis mare Miz Kay. Grade 3 winner Makeala is the second dam.

Closing Race 8 will feature $30,000 Heritage Place Yearling Sale graduate Molly May, a daughter of All American Futurity(G1) sire Volcom. Dusty Rhodes trains the filly out of Sweet P, a sister to stakes winners JM Mister Destiny, Solid Connection and Staggering Stride, for owner Lance Moore. From the immediate family of champion sires FDD Dynasty and Apollitical Blood Molly May will be ridden by Camilo Castillo.

For a program sheet of today's training races including sires, dams, owners, trainers, jockeys and sale information (if applicable) CLICK HERE.

Training sheet programs are provided courtesy Jumonville Farms and

Schooling race results will be published on as soon as they become available Saturday afternoon.

About Louisiana Downs
Located near Shreveport in Bossier City, Louisiana, Louisiana Downs opened in 1974 and is now owned by Rubico Acquisition Corporation. With annual Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse racing seasons, the track is committed to presenting the highest quality racing programs paired with its 150,000 square foot entertainment complex offering casino gambling, dining and plasma screen televisions for sports and simulcast racing.

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