January 27-28 Stakes Recap

A recap of non-graded stakes.

Q-Racing Journal

Manuel Alvarez's La Mos Corona began her 4-year-old season with a half-length victory in Saturday's Party Girl Stakes at Louisiana Downs. PHOTO: Hodges Photography

Following is a recap of all official American Quarter Horse stakes for the week of January 27-28. For recaps of graded stakes, Bank of America Racing Challenge events, and stakes with purses of $100,000 or more, see the individual recaps in the Racing News section. This page will be updated throughout the week.

Louisiana Downs
Manuel Alvarez's La Mos Corona sprinted to a half-length win in Saturday's $25,000 Party Girl Stakes (R) for state-bred distaffers.

Ridden by Floriberto Maldonado for trainer Orlando Orozco, La Mos Corona went 350 yards in :17.447. In addition to earning a 103 speed index, the 4-year-old bay daughter of Coronas Leaving You banked the $15,000 winner's share of the Party Girl Stakes purse.

“She didn’t get the best break, but se came flying at the end,” said Orozco. “These were some of the best fillies in Louisiana, so we are very happy with the win.”

La Mos Corona was bred by Oscar Rohne. The mare currently sports a four-race win streak that includes two wins at Evangeline Downs, including the 330-yard, $30,000 Billy Montgomery Stakes (R) on a sloppy and sealed track on November 1.

Fast N Famous Eagle was alone at the
wire in the first division of Saturday's
350-yard Swift Stakes. PHOTO:
Hodges Photography

Raced exclusively in Louisiana, La Mos Corona has won six of 17 starts and has earned $105,177. Orozco indicated that the mare would make her next start during the Delta Downs meet, which opens in April.

Sassy Chic 3341 finished second and was followed by Punctuality, Di Maria, Sweet Bru, T Girl C, BJs Cartel Cash, and Vfgo Max Go.

Also on Saturday, two divisions of the 350-yard, $15,000 Swift Stakes were contested. Fast N Famous Eagle, a 5-year-old One Famous Eagle stallion owned and trained by Joe M. Davis, won the first division by three-quarters of a length in :17.587. Rolando Pina rode Fast N Famous Eagle, who was making his second start of the season.

Fast N Famous Eagle was bred in Texas by Oscar Lozano. He was stretching out in distance off of his second-place run, a neck behind winner Scoopies Leaving You, in the 250-yard, $15,000 Harrah's Dash Stakes at this track on January 6.

Fast N Famous Eagle has won five of 24 outs, and thhe $9,000 winner's share off the purse bumped his bankroll to $95,397.

Ldn Jessasaltydog, WW Showtime, Zenergetic, TF Jess A Leader, Potus, and Ardor completed the order of finish.

Alfonso Lujan rode A Kool Secret to a neck victory in the second division of the Swift. Prepped by Josue Huitron for owners Norma L. Guerrero and Cynthia Cruz, A Kool Secret tripped the timer in :17.397 while posting a 105 speed index and his fourth win in 16 starts.

A Kool Secret was bred in California by his owners. The 5-year-old sorrel stallion earned $9,000 to push his lifetime bankroll to $95,023.

Eye N Capo ran second and was followed by Sizzlin Stewart, Hr Chatter Wagon, Heisasgoodasheis, Buds World, Spectre RT, and Desdemona Rambler.

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