Hallowed Dreams, who lost for just the third time in her career in the Dec. 8 Louisiana Champions Day Sprint Stakes seven days after notching her 25 victory, will likely return to the races in the Feb. 9 Pan Zareta Handicap at the same track.
The 5-year-old daughter of Malagra will have a new jockey in the irons as Marlon St. Julien will replace Sylvester Carmouche. St. Julien's agent is Randy Romero, the son of Hallowed Dreams' trainer and co-owner, Lloyd Romero.
St. Julien worked Hallowed Dreams at Evegeline Downs on Saturday.The pair went five furlongs in 1:01 1/5.
Hallowed Dreams won the six-furlong, $75,000 Pan Zareta last year.