News - Racing December  3, 2022

TQHA Yearling Sale Graduate, Plausibledeniability Tops Louisiana Downs Training Races On Saturday

Plausibledeniability, under jockey Jose Garcia, setting the fastest schooling race time at Louisiana Downs Saturday.

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BOSSIER CITY, LA—FEBRUARY 8, 2022—Plausibledeniability, a 2-year-old son of world champion sire FDD Dynasty, posted the fastest schooling race time from 34 juveniles who contested eight schooling races Saturday at Louisiana Downs.

All participants are eligible to start in the 300 yard $300,000-est. Grade 3 Louisiana Downs Futurity (formerly Harrah's Futurity) trials on March 13th. The $75,000-added final will run back on Sunday, April 3rd.

Trainer Levi Mays named jockey Jose Garcia to ride Plausibledeniability in the second race for owner Juan Montoya. The bay colt completed the 220 yards in :12.14 seconds to secure the fastest time of the day.

Jes An Angel, under jockey Camilo Castillo, set the second fastest schooling race time in Race 7 Saturday at Louisiana Downs. © Hodges Photography / Ann Switalski
A $35,000 TQHA Yearling Sale graduate, Plausibledeniability is the first foal of the Tres Seis mare Miz Kay. The second dam is the stakes winning Make It Anywhere mare Makela, winner of the Ford East Juvenile Challenge(G3). She is also the dam of Sam Houston Juvenile runner-up He Win It.

Lance Moore's Jes An Angel posed the second fastest time of :12.28 seconds while winning Race 7 on Saturday under jockey Camilo Castillo. Dusty Rhodes conditions the $10,000 Heritage Place Sale graduate by Jess Zoomin from the First Down Dash mare Ms Kates Angel.

Beaus First Dynasty, under jockey Eddie Sanchez, set the third fastest schooling race time in Race 6 Saturday at Louisiana Downs. © Hodges Photography / Ann Switalski
This is the family of AQHA Racing Champion 2-Year-Old Filly Kates Dynasty and stakes winner and multiple stakes sire Texas Icon.

Last year's leading first-crop sire, A Revenant, sired Beaus First Dynasty who posted the third fastest time of :12.41 seconds while winning Race 6. Trainer Jose Sanchez, III sent out the filly from the unraced FDD Dynasty mare Beaus Dynastys. Jockey Eddie Sanchez had the riding call for owner-breeder Francisco Javier Garza.

La Chicalicious, under jockey Eddie Sanchez, winning schooling Race 5 Saturday at Louisiana Downs.
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The sister to stakes-placed Tempting Dude is from the immediate family of Ruidoso Futurity(G1) winner Fernweh.

Trainer Jose Sanchez III also sent out fifth fastest winner La Chicalicious in Rae 5 for Crown Horse Racing LLC. The daughter of champion sire Tempting Dash is a $20,000 TQHA Sale graduate from the Shzoom mare Tinalicous.

For a complete list by training races starters by individual times, with sires, dams, owners, trainers, jockeys and sale information (if applicable) CLICK HERE.

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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