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2013 Louisiana Handicap (LS)

Date/Track:
Post Time:
3:55 PM CT
Distance:
1 1/16 m (Dirt)
Age/Sex:
4+ M
Time:
1:44.62

What the Nation is saying about the 2013 Louisiana Handicap (LS)...

Infrattini, Mark Valeski, Macho Bull, Raison d'Etat
1st- Raison d'Etat, 2nd- Mark Valeski, 3rd- Brethren, 4th- Hurricane Ike.
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  • Slam · 1st Infrattini, 2nd Mark Valeski, 3rd Self Control · 455 days ago ·
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  • SSilence86 · Brethren, Mark Valeski, Infrattini. Doesn't have to be in that exact order · 455 days ago ·
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In spite of having to shoulder the top impost of 121 pounds, Z Thoroughbreds’ Infrattini earned his fourth straight victory accomplished over four different tracks by out-dueling Brereton Jones’s odds-on choice Mark Valeski in Saturday’s 67th running of the $100,000 Louisiana Handicap.Read More
Brereton Jones’s Mark Valeski, who finished second in last year’s Grade II Louisiana Derby as well as last year’s Grade II Risen Star Stakes, returns to action in Saturday’s 67th running of the $100,000 Louisiana Handicap for older horses at 1 1/16-miles.Read More
Z Thoroughbreds’ Infrattini, a winner of his last three starts by a total of almost 15 lengths, is expected to answer another challenge as the starting high weight in Fair Grounds’ $100,000 Louisiana Handicap Jan. 19 during the local oval’s Road to the Derby Kickoff Day Presented by Hotel Monteleone...Read More
When last seen, Mark Valeski looked like a million bucks while winning Belmont’s Grade 2 Peter Pan Stakes last May...Read More
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  • johnsnare · Just love to hear that the horse comes first. Bravo, Mr.Jones, you are one of a kind. Hopefully, Mark Valeski, will have a brilliant career, as an older horse. there a plenty of races in the future. · 463 days ago ·
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  • travel_vic · good colt last years does not mean good colt this year.......Dozens and dozens of examples · 463 days ago ·
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