Colonel E.R. Bradley Handicap

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Colonel E.R. Bradley Handicap
Grade III race
Location Fair Grounds Race Course
New Orleans, Louisiana
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website www.fairgroundsracecourse.com
Race information
Distance 1 116 mile
Surface Turf
Track left-handed
Qualification Four-year-olds and older
Purse $125,000

The Colonel E.R. Bradley Handicap is an American Thoroughbred horse race run at the Fair Grounds Race Course in New Orleans, Louisiana at the beginning of the year. A Grade III stakes race for four-year-olds and up, it's set at a distance of 1 and 1/16 of a mile on the turf and currently offers a purse of $125,000.

The Col. E.R. Bradley is named for Edward R. Bradley, the founder of Idle Hour Stock Farm. Bradley and Idle Hour established first class breeding in his area through his stallion Black Toney and one of America's preeminent blue hen mares, La Troienne.

This race was one of the many not run in 2006 due to Hurricane Katrina.

Past winners[edit]

  • 2017- Grannys Kitten (Miguel Mena) (1:43.61)
  • 2016 - Chocolate Ride (Florent Geroux) (1:43.21)
  • 2015 - String King (James Graham)
  • 2014 - Daddy Nose Best (Rosie Napravnik)
  • 2013 - Optimizer (Jon Court)
  • 2012 - Mr. Vegas (Miguel Mena)
  • 2011 - Gran Estreno (Rosie Napravnik)
  • 2010 - El Caballo (Robby Albarado) French Beret (James Graham)
  • 2008-2009 – French Beret (James Graham)
  • 2007 – Purim (Grade I winner.) (Cloudy's Night, a stakes winner until 7, came in third.)
  • 2006 – NOT RUN
  • 2005 – Onthedeanslist (Corey Lanerie)
  • 2004 – Skate Away (Gerard Melancon)
  • 2003 – Royal Spy (Robby Albarado) (Freeforinternet came in third.)
  • 2002 – Northcote Road (Larry Melancon)
  • 2001 – Cornish Snow (Larry Melancon)
  • 2000 – Rod And Staff (Robby Albarado)
  • 1999-Baytown (Curt C. Bourque)
  • 1998- Joyeux Danseur (Robby Albarado)
  • 1997- Snake Eyes (Robby Albarado)
  • 1996- Kumhwa (Gerard Melancon)
  • 1995- Pride of Summer (Robert King, Jr.)
  • 1992-1994- Dixie Poker Ace (Calvin H. Borel)
  • 1991 Sangria Time (David Guillory)
  • 1990 Majesty's Imp (Elvis Joseph Perrodin)
  • 1989 Ingot's Ruler (Ronald D. Ardoin)
  • 1988 Zuppardo's Love (Jon Kenton Court)
  • 1987 NOT RUN
  • 1986 NOT RUN
  • 1985 NOT RUN
  • 1984 Dugan Knight (Richard Miglior)

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