Open Me A Corona Stakes Draws Eight Louisiana-Breds

La Mos Corona will risk her winning streak Saturday at Delta Downs.

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La Mos Corona, pictured here winning the Party Girl Stakes at Louisiana Downs, is one of eight state-bred sprinters entered in Saturday's Open Me A Corona Stakes. PHOTO: Hodges Photography

La Mos Corona, a 4-year-old daughter of Coronas Leaving You, will put her four-race win streak on the line in Saturday’s 350-yard, $50,000 Open Me A Corona Stakes (R) at Delta Downs.

Trained by Orlando Orozco for owner M & M Stables LLC, La Mos Corona will be making her first start since January 27, when the mare scored a half-length victory in the 350-yard, $25,000 Party Girl Stakes (R) at Louisiana Downs. La Mos Corona drew 3 and will be ridden by Floriberto Maldonado.

Other contenders include Fernando Ramirez’s JW Who Dat, a 6-year-old Agouti gelding trained by Eric Palacio. A two-time 870-yard stakes winner during the Louisiana Downs winter meet, JW Who Dat will be shortening in distance off of his third-place finish, three-quarters of length behind winner Southern Temptation, in the 550-yard, $20,000 Harris County Stakes at Sam Houston Race Park.

JW Who Dat drew the rail post and will be ridden by Antonio Alberto.

The complete lineup, in post position order including jockey assignments:
JW Who Dat (Antonio Alberto)
Ho Lotta Game (Noe Castaneda)
La Mos Corona (Floriberto Maldonado)
TF Racee Runaway (Everardo Rodriguez)
JRS Coronas Shadow (David A. Alvarez)
San Lorenzo Corona (Eddie Sanchez)
Bubba Mallard (John Hamilton)
One Hot Flame (Luis Vivanco)

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