Corey Lanerie

Underpressure Improves To Dominate Lousiana Champions Day Classic

In Saturday’s Louisiana Champions Day action at the Fair Grounds, Mallory Greiner’s Underpressure rated mid-pack early in the $150,000 Louisiana Champions Day Classic, took over off the final turn and held firm late. “Obviously we wanted to be up a little closer and were hoping that he would break running,” said jockey Corey Lanerie. “He […]

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Alabama-Bred Buggin Out Takes Magic City Classic For Fifth Consecutive Year

For five years in a row, Dennis Murphy’s Buggin Out ($3.60, $2.40 and $2.20) has scored a victory in the $50,000 Magic City Classic, a one mile event on the Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots for Alabama-breds. Guided to victory by jockey Corey Lanerie and trained by Ronnie Ward, the 7-year-old son of Indy was wide […]

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English Affair Takes Cardinal Handicap For Initial Stakes Success

English Affair split horses in late stretch to score a half-length victory over Amboseli in Thursday’s 45th running of the $100,000, Grade 3 Cardinal Handicap for fillies and mares on Thanksgiving Day at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky. English Affair, a 4-year-old filly owned and bred by Brad Kelley’s Calumet Farm, ran 1 1/8 miles over […]

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Serengeti Empress Could Provide Lanerie With ‘Tribute’ To Late Wife In Juvenile Fillies

Trainer Tom Amoss and jockey Corey Lanerie will be trying to win their first Breeders’ Cup race on Friday when they team up with Serengeti Empress (Alternation) in the Juvenile Fillies. The 13 1/2-length winner of the Ellis Park Debutante and 19 1/2-length winner of Churchill Downs’ Pocahontas Stakes will likely be one of the […]

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Serengeti Empress Cruises To Pocahontas Score

Joel Politi’s Serengeti Empress made it look easy in Saturday’s Grade 2 Pocahontas Stakes at Churchill Downs, taking the lead at the start and widening it around the course to cross the wire a winner by 19 1/2 lengths. The juvenile daughter of Alternation, ridden by Corey Lanerie for trainer Tom Amoss, covered 1 1/16 […]

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Lanerie Celebrates Emotional Riding Title At Ellis, To Miss Most Of Kentucky Downs Meet

Jockey Corey Lanerie captured one more race on Monday’s closing card to finish Ellis Park’s 2018 meet with 30 victories out of 137 mounts after missing the first six days following the death of his wife, Shantel. Lanerie won Monday’s 10th race for older maidens aboard Marzo. He also had three seconds, including in the […]

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Lanerie, Cox Clinch Summer Titles At Ellis Park

Jockey Corey Lanerie, trainer Brad Cox and owner Joey K. Davis clinched the meet titles Sunday for Ellis Park with Monday’s closing card still to go. Monday’s special 12-race Labor Day card will feature the same Value Day discounted prices on draft beer, soda and hotdogs that are offered on Sundays. Lanerie, who missed the […]

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Lanerie Sweeps Ellis Park Juvenile Stakes With Tobacco Road, Serengeti Empress

Corey Lanerie swept Ellis Park’s pair of 2-year-old stakes but in completely different fashion Sunday: Serengeti Empress led all the way to an electrifying 13 1/2-length blowout over the late-running Include Edition in the $75,000 Ellis Park Debutante. A race later, Tobacco Road wore down stablemate Whiskey Echo to take the $75,000 Ellis Park Juvenile […]

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Partners Hope Juvenile Tobacco Road Follows In The Footsteps Of Lookin At Lee

Steve Asmussen trains Juvenile contender Tobacco Road, whose parallels so far to stablemate Lookin At Lee are not lost on Lee Levinson, who with sons Mike and Andy and partner Don Nelson own both horses. Both horses were fifth at Churchill Downs in their first start at 2, then won their second start at Ellis […]

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Lanerie Back In The Winner’s Circle: ‘Get Life Moving Forward Again’

Corey Lanerie rode at Ellis Park Friday for the first time this summer as the four-time meet titlist resumed riding regularly following the June 22 death of his wife, Shantel. With his third mount of the day, Lanerie was back in the winner’s circle for the fourth race, with track announcer Jimmy McNerney saying, “Hide […]

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