News - Racing December  3, 2022

Xdw Sheez Sweet Gets Second Straight Win In Louisiana Downs Feature Allowance Tuesday


Xdw Sheez Sweet, under jockey Mario Trujillo, defeats Tee Mahtoo (#5) in the $11,600 Feature Allowance Tuesday afternoon at Louisiana Downs.

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BOSSIER CITY, LA—MARCH 15, 2022—After going winless in eight starts at 2, Xdw Sheez Sweet picked up her second consecutive win this year when she defeated Tee Mahtoo by a half-length in the $11,300 Louisiana Downs Feature Allowance on Tuesday.

Under jockey Mario Trujillo Xdw Sheez Sweet completed the 220 yards in :12.006, equaling a 92 speed index over a sloppy (sealed) racing surface.  The daughter of multiple stakes sire One Sweet Jess broke her maiden at LAD on January 10th.  The $6,780 winner's purse today boosted her earnings total to more than $29,000.

Trainer Kevin Broussard trains the brown filly for owner-breeder XDW Holdings LLC.  The 3-year-old filly is out of the Heza Fast Dash mare Sheezespeciallyfast.

Runner-up Tee Mahtoo, under jockey Arturo Alvarez, earned $2,260 for his second-place effort. Owner-trainer Jailinne Venzor named jockey Arturo Alvarez to ride the son of multiple stakes sire Tee Cos from the Game Patriot mare Little Love Shack. The bay gelding has banked $13,540.

Hamilton Tlc, a son of champion sire The Louisiana Cartel, finished a neck back earning $1,243 for third. Trainer Gilberto Rosales named Jose Rodriguez to ride the bay gelding for owner Jose Barron.  Jorge Haddad bred the bay gelding from the Fly Jess Fly mare First Prize Kate. He has earned over $21,000.

Completing the field were Wild As You Too, Famous Corona Cash, Cwfasttrack, Kissnkick, Jess Tailor, Marvelous One and Dancin With Blue. 

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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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