LA Bred Premier Night Championship S.

Race 9 at Delta Downs on February 10, 2018

  • STK
  • 1 1/16 miles
  • Dirt
  • $170,000
  • 4 yo's & up
  • 7:00 PM
  • 1:46.49
Order of Finish
1

Mobile Bay

Lone Star Special  – Tranquility Bay

6YO Horse

$102,000
  • J:Diego Saenz
  • T:Victor Arceneaux
  • B:Tigertail Ranch
  • O:Tigertail Ranch
2

Underpressure

Birdstone  – Charming Colleen

4YO Colt

$34,000
  • J:Gerard Melancon
  • T:Chris Richard
  • B:James McIngvale
  • O:Mallory Greiner
  • Margin:
  • TrueNicks: A++
  • Sire: Birdstone , Bay, 2001. Lifetime: 229 yearlings sold, median $20,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Charismatic , Chestnut, 1996.
3

Social Misfit

Porto Foricos  – Unfriendly Koo

9YO Gelding

$17,000
  • J:Timothy Thornton
  • T:Karl Broberg
  • B:Earl Hernandez & Keith Hernandez
  • O:End Zone Athletics, Inc.
  • Margin:2
  • TrueNicks: C
  • Sire: Porto Foricos , Bay, 1995. Lifetime: 68 yearlings sold, median $5,000.
  • Broodmare Sire: Friendly Lover , Dark Bay or Brown, 1988.
4

Grande Basin

Good and Tough  – Silver Rail

6YO Gelding

$10,200
  • J:Miguel Mena
  • T:Edward J. Johnston
  • B:Coteau Grove Farms
  • O:Deckwa, Jr.,William J. and Carbo, John
5

Nubin Ridge

Gold Tribute  – So Sorry

8YO Gelding

$5,100
  • J:Ashley Broussard
  • T:Alan Klanfer
  • B:Neal McFadden & Mary McFadden
  • O:Circle H Farms
6

Temprano

Munnings  – Serrano

4YO Gelding

$1,700
  • J:Eguard A. Tejera
  • T:Henry B. Johnson, Jr.
  • B:Henry B Johnson Jr. & Robert E. Hibbert II
  • O:Hibbert II, Robert E. and Johnson Jr, H. B.
SCR
Keeneland Sales Graduate denotes Keeneland Sales Graduate
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