Carlos Lozada Takes Jockey Title at Louisiana Downs

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Carlos Lozada and family | Hodges Photography

Louisiana Downs wrapped up its 84-day meet, which ran from May 1 to Sept. 21, Tuesday evening. Journeyman Carlos Lozada won 84 races from 391 rides (21%) to take the leading jockey title. His mounts earned $1,053,720. The 36-year-old Puerto Rican native was winning his second title, having also won in 2019.

“I thank my family, my agent Ronald Ardoin, and each of the owners and trainers who supported me this season,” said Lozada. “Louisiana Downs has been a very good track for me.”

Shane Wilson, in just his second year with a barn at Louisiana Downs, was named leading trainer with 55 visits to the winner's circle. Wayne T. Davis–at age 92–took down the leading owner title with 25 wins.

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