News - Racing December  3, 2022

An Incredible Moment Wins Allowance At Louisiana Downs

An Incredible Moment, under jockey Everardo Rodriguez, gets up over Scarletts Cartel in a Louisiana-Bred Allowance Wednesday afternoon at Louisiana Downs.

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BOSSIER CITY, LA—FEBRUARY 9, 2022—An Incredible Moment, a daughter of leading sire Heza Fast Dash, posted a neck win over Scarletts Cartel in an $11,300 Allowance for Louisiana-Bred 3-year-olds & up at Louisiana Downs Thursday.

Under jockey Everardo Rodriguez the sorrel filly completed 220 yards in :12.006 seconds, a 92 speed index. It was the second win in six starts for An Incredible Moment.

Martin Trejo trains An Incredible Moment for owner Bobby D. Cox. Bred from the multiple stakes winning Jet Black Patriot mare Jetblack Gold Moment, the 3-year-old picked up $6,780 to push her earnings to $24,433. Mercy Hinklins Horse Farm LLC is the breeder.

Runner-up Scarletts Cartel showed early speed but faded to earn $2,260 for owner Craig Spada. Trainer Fernando Lopez named Leonardo Rodriguez to ride the daughter of Carters Cartel from the Game Patriot mare Scarlett Jewell. Gerald Averett, Jr. is the breeder.

Post-time favorite, Domniksmiraclebaby was half-a-length back to pick-up $1,243 for third. Francisco Campos, Jr. trains the son of Coronas Leaving Your for owners Maria Perez and Maria Verdin. Humberto Vital had the riding call on the gelding out of Martinis Jewel by First Down Jewel. Nicholas Gautreaux is the breeder.

Tdz Playboy and Bt Got Game completed the field. Dashaway Royal was scratched.

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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