After experiencing technical problems following Hurricane Ida, the phones are now working properly. Thank you for your patience over the recent days as we work diligently to return to normal
While the LTBA office is now open, we are having technical problems with our phone system. Please bear with us as we try to get all of the kinks worked out following Hurricane Ida damages to all of Southeast Louisiana.
If you do not get an answer when you try to call, please try later or send us an email.
Evangeline Downs was fortunate to escape the brunt of the storm.
Hurricane Ida, which battered New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast Aug. 29, damaged portions of Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots, though no on-site injuries were reported.
Photographs forwarded by Fair Grounds president Doug Shipley show a mangled tote board, a downed lighting pole, and roof and wall damage to numerous barns.
“The team at Fair Grounds continues to assess the extensive damage to the property as a result of the impact of Hurricane Ida,” he said in a statement. “While there will be much necessary repair in preparation for our Thoroughbred racing season in November, we are most grateful that our Quarter Horse meet had been relocated this year and therefore there were no horses were on property.
The Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders Association Office is back open and has returned to regular business hours of 8 am to 4 pm. after Hurricane Ida devastated South East Louisiana.
The Louisiana Thoroughbred Breeders Association office will be closing at 1:00 today, Friday, August 27th in preparation for Hurricane Ida. Current plans are to be closed Monday August 30th as Hurricane Ida is predicted to directly affect New Orleans.
All Breeders’ data is backed up and will be in secure locations for the duration of the storm.
The office will re-open as soon as it is safe to do so. Please check back on our website for updates.
We appreciate your patience and pray for the safety of all in the face of this hurricane.