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Lacombe Next for Forest Uproar

Fair Grounds Race Course
Photo: CDI

Trainer Mark Frostad reported during training hours Sunday morning that Sam-Son Farm’s Forest Uproar, impressive as the three-length victress in Saturday’s $60,000 Marie Krantz Memorial Handicap over the Stall-Wilson turf course at Fair Grounds, came out of that effort in good order and was in fine fettle Sunday morning.

 

The Canadian conditioner had indicated after Saturday’s win that he would consider the $60,000 Allen Lacombe Memorial Handicap on Feb. 26 as a possible next start for Forest Uproar.

 

GRAHAM FOLLOWS KRANTZ WIN WITH RUNNER-UP RIDE IN HOUSTON


Irish-born jockey James Graham, aboard Sam-Son Farm’s Forest Uproar for her three-length win in Saturday’s featured Marie Krantz Memorial Handicap at Fair Grounds, caught a quick flight to Houston immediately after the race to ride Stacey Moak’s Southern Anthem, trained by Jeff Thornbury, to a runner-up finish in Saturday night’s Grade III John B. Connally Turf Cup Handicap at Sam Houston Race Park.

 

 

 

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