News - Racing December  3, 2022

Pk Sugar Daddy Gets Up In Louisiana Downs Feature Allowance Wednesday

Pk Sugar Daddy (#1), under jockey Guadalupe Lucio, Jr., gets up over Escandalo (#3) in the Louisiana Downs Feature Allowance Wednesday.

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BOSSIER CITY, LA—MARCH 9, 2022—Pk Sugar Daddy scored his second consecutive win on Wednesday when he defeated Escandalo in a Louisiana Downs $15,000 Feature Allowance for accredited Louisiana-breds.

Under jockey Guadalupe Lucio, Jr., Pk Sugar Daddy completed the 220 yards in :12.043 seconds to earn $9,000. Trainer Lanny Keith conditions the son of multiple stakes sire Sir Runway Dash for owner Rollin Phatt Racing.

Bred by Phatt Kat Ranch, from the Separatist mare Candie Kisses, Pk Sugar Daddy entered the race off an allowance win at Evangeline Downs in his last start December 10th. The 3-year-old gelding has won four eight career starts and earned $46,880.

Escandalo, a stakes-placed daughter of leading sire Apollitical Blood, earned $3,000 for finishing second. Trainer Jose Carrizales named jockey Ricardo Hernandez, Jr. to ride the 5-year-old mare for owner Jaime Martinez. Delfino Lozano IV bred the $82,898 earner from the Mr Jess Perry mare Eying Miss Perry.

Fixin Too, under jockey Ubaldo Luna, finished three-quarters back to pick up $1,650 for third. Owned-and-bred by Geral Dewitt, the 7-year-old daughter Azoom Me Too is out of the Heza Fast Dash mare Deadly Jezabel. Anthony Arey trains the stakes-placed mare who has earned $73,475 in 42 career starts.

Sheza Pollitical and Might Picket Rocket completed the field.


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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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