(Sunset, La.) – Grade 1 winner No Parole’s first foal, a colt, was born January 9 in Louisiana.
Bred by Coteau Grove Farms, the foal is out of the well-bred Street Sense mare Naive Enough. He is a half-brother to the promising stakes-placed 3 year old Tumbarumba, who recently ran second in the Louisiana Champions Day Juvenile Stakes on December 10.
“We are so excited obviously as the breeders of No Parole himself, to also be the breeders of his first foal. He is a beautiful foal and full of energy this morning,” said Coteau Grove Farms managing partner Hunter Myers.
Coteau Grove Farms Bloodstock advisor Andrew Cary said, “We have supported No Parole with some very nice mares and will continue to do so this year and beyond. No Parole had truly elite speed and his sire Violence continues to produce top level horses every year, like Grade 1 winners Volatile and Forte among many others. He’s the only son of Violence standing in Louisiana.”
“This is a strong-bodied colt and a great advertisement for his sire. We have several more No Parole babies coming this year and are really looking forward to them. He’s off to a great start,” said assistant farm manager Jacob Cyprian.
Raced by Maggi Moss and Greg Tramontin and trained by Tom Amoss, No Parole won the Woody Stephens S. (G1) in 2020 among his 6 wins in 13 career starts. He stands in partnership at Carrol Castille’s Whispering Oaks Farm in Carencro, Louisiana for $3,500 live foal stands and nurses.
LTBA Board of Directors Meeting, 2:00 p.m., HBPA Main Office, Gentilly Blvd., New Orleans
The Magic City Classic, New Orleans Fair Grounds
32st Annual Louisiana Champions Day, 8 stakes for Louisiana Bred Thoroughbreds, New Orleans Fair Grounds, 1st Post 1:15 p.m.
Louisiana Champions Day, Race Central, 12:00 noon through last race, New Orleans Fair Grounds, LTBA Tent. Lunch is served from 1 – 3pm. No Reservations Required. First come first served. Rick Mocklin and Southern Voice to perform 3:00-6:00 p.m.
LTBA Scholarship Drawings; four $1,000 scholarships for current college students.
Anyone with information about Louisiana Breds winning outside of North America, please contact Roger Heitzmann (Roger@louisianabred.com)
Road To The Derby Kickoff Day
Tenacious Stakes, Richard R. Scherer Memorial Stakes, Blushing KD Stakes, Gun Runner Stakes, Untapable Stakes, Buddy Diliberto Memorial Stakes, Joseph E. “Spanky” Broussard Memorial Stakes, Sugar Bowl Stakes, Letellier Memorial Stakes, New Orleans Fair Grounds
Rosewater Stakes, Delta Downs, Vinton
Boyd Rewards Stakes, Delta Downs, Vinton
New Years Eve
Louisiana Futurity, Divisions for Fillies and for Colts and Geldings, New Orleans Fair Grounds
Woodchopper Stakes, New Orleans Fair Grounds
Pago Hop Stakes, New Orleans Fair Grounds
Louisiana Stallion Registrations Due
Louisiana Futurity Nominations Due (pregnant mares)
FINAL DAY to apply for accreditation of 2022 Louisiana Bred foal at weanling rate of $75. As of January 1, 2023, 2022 foals become yearlings and the rate increases to $250.
The Spotted Horse Stakes, Evangeline Downs, Opelousas, LA
LTBA Board of Directors meeting, 10:30 a.m., Winners Circle Church
Louisiana Cup Day six stakes races for Accredited Louisiana Breds, Louisiana Downs, Bossier City.
LTBA Scholarship Drawings; two $1,000 scholarships for current college students. (Registration between 12:45-1:45 p.m. Drawings for two scholarships will occur at the winners circle after the 5th race. Must be present at winners circle to win.)
Evangeline Mile Stakes, Evangeline Downs, Opelousas, LA
Delta Downs stall applications due for 2022-23 Thoroughbred Meet
Stallion Awards to be Mailed
D.S. Shine Young Futurity (Filly Division), Evangeline Downs, Opelousas, LA
D.S. Shine Young Futurity (Colt and Gelding Division), Evangeline Downs, Opelousas, LA
Evangeline Downs Closing Day of 2022 Thoroughbred Meet
Texas Summer Yearling and Mixed Sale, Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie
Accreditation Applications Due
Reminder: 2022-23 LTBA Regular Membership Applications and Renewals Due.
$75 before Sept. 30/$85 after Sept 30.