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Super Derby 2014 at Louisiana Downs; Uncle Si & Donut Contest

Super Derby 2014 at Louisiana Downs Uncle Si & Donut Contest: The 2014 Super Derby is held at Harrah’s Louisiana Downs in Bossier City, Louisiana. The Super Derby 35 will be held on Saturday, September 6, 2014 and is one of the premier G2 racing events for three-year-olds worth $400,000 for 1 1/8 miles. Super Derby 35 at Louisiana Downs has great fun for the entire family from donut eating contests to jockey autograph signings! (see post positions & odds below)

What to do on Super Derby 35 Day…

Louisiana Downs will be offering activities for the whole family on Super Derby Day including a family fun area. The family fun area will be held on the apron and it will include bounce houses and face painting. Kid friendly activities will run all afternoon. The track will also feature a variety of food trucks for patrons to try out and experience. Also on the menu is an All You Can Eat Celebrity Donut contest.

Super Derby 35

The Super Derby at Harrah’s Louisiana Downs on saturday, September 6, 2014 features a celebrity donut eating contest and a special appearance by Uncle Si.

Inside the pavilion, Harrah’s Louisiana Downs jockeys will sign autographs on special photographs. The cost will be $5 per autographed photo, with all the money going towards the Disabled Jockey Fund.

For the ladies, there will also be a Super Derby Hat contest. The contest will feature trophies and some cash prizes, so you will want to be sure to bring out your most creative and unique hat. There are three different categories including Spirit of Louisiana, Classic, and Most Original and awards will be given by guest judges.

If you prefer to stay out of the sun on Super Derby Day, then Harrah’s also offers the Sky Room, where you can watch the Super Derby 35. The Sky Room opens at 11:00 am and there is a fee of $39.99, which includes an endless buffet. In order to make reservations you can contact Tracey Blevins at 318-752-6367.

What to wear on Super Derby 35 Day…

Just because summer is over and it is officially fall, does not mean that you suddenly have to break out your tweed blazers and knee high leather boots. September is still one of those transition months where the weather is getting cooler but it is still quite warm in many places including Louisiana where the Super Derby is held. However, you do want to look fresh and fashion forward so you will want to wear something different than your favorite summer trends.

One great fall 2014 trend to embrace is bright colors. Bright colors were seen all over the fall runways and it is a great way to embrace a fall trend while going out in warmer weather on race day. Try a bold color in a monochromatic look. Try a standout cobalt dress or a bright red orange dress. If you like separates then you can try a bright yellow skirt. If bright color all over is too much for you then you can try an accent piece like a bright cobalt pointy toe flats. The color and detailing make them just as special as heels. Keep the brightness going in your headwear and try a bright red fascinator.

In bright colors you will stand out at the track and look ready for fall fashion and a day of racing.

Who to bet on in the 2014 Super Derby…

Super Derby 2014 Post Positions & Odds
1 Jessica’s Star 3-1 Graham/Stidham
2 Louies Flower 30-1 Theriot/Calhoun
3 Ide Be Cool 15-1 Rosier/Dunn
4 Vicar’s in Trouble 9-5 Napravnik/Maker
5 Louisiana Flyboy 10-1 Eramia/Mouton
6 Victory Nor Defeat 8-1 Prado/Nicks
7 Alamo Heights 12-1 Berry/Pish
8 Gold Appointment 20-1 Hernandez/Rockwell
9 Declan’s Fast Cat 30-1 Melancon/Flint
10 East Hall 5-1 Leyva/Kaplan
11 Announcement 12-1 Alvarado/Gorder

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