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Fair Grounds ๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿพ // Friday, Nov. 17th, 2023 ๐Ÿ‡


Happy Friday & Opening Day!

We are thrilled to welcome back racing at Fair Grounds in New Orleans, our nation's third-oldest racetrack, in operation since 1872. This 152nd season will see 73 stakes on the schedule worth a combined $9.7 million. The 76-day meet will certainly witness a plethora of drama and excitement, including The Road to the Derby series, which begins on Dec. 23 with the Gun Runner Stakes, the Claiming Crown on Dec. 2nd (the first time at FG since 2011), and, in less than a week, the 99th running of the 200K Thanksgiving Classic, one of many stakes purses that will be the recipient of a 1.2 million increase from last year.


Today's opening day 9-race card will feature three 75K Memorial Stakes Races: the Doris Herbert in R6, the John Valene in R8, and the Donovan L. Ferguson in R9. Weather for today looks ideal, with temps in the 70s and no rain in sight. Oh - BTW - today is also National Bakliva Day (see below). Mmmmmm- Baklava!


Need help pickin' winners? We've got you covered! Our #LundinLine - (Always Free) top pick and best bets are below in this post. We use them to help narrow the field while putting our tickets together. The first post will be here soon, so don't be late - It's time to get #InTheMoney! ๐Ÿ’ฐ๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’ฐ๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’ฐ๐Ÿค‘


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๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿป Fair Grounds // Fri., Nov. 17th, 2023 ๐Ÿ‡๐Ÿพ

1st Post @ 10:45 PT


R1: 3โญ‘-6-2-7

R2: 11-10-16-12

R3: 8-6-3-1

R4: 15๏นก-7-9-1-3

R5: 9๏นก-8-11๏นก-3

R6โ“ˆ: 5-6-4-11

R7: 15๏นก-1-10-12-6

R8โ“ˆ: 6-5-4-2

R9โ“ˆ: 13โญ‘-1-11-5


๏นก = AE (Also Eligible)


โญ‘Best Bets

R1: Herd Immunity (#3)

R9: Accommodate Eva (#13)


โ“ˆtakes Races

R6: 75K Doris Hebert Memorial S

R8: 75K John Valene Memorial S

R9: 75: Donovan L. Ferguson Memorial S

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From our friends @ https://www.nationaldaycalendar.com

"Many believe Baklava to have originated with the Turkic people in Central Asian nations. However, many countries prepare the dessert in a variety of ways. The word โ€œBaklavaโ€ first appeared in English in 1650."


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-TSL

/ As always, please forgive any typos and grammatical errors

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