Swot Analysis set a comfortable pace and poured it on in the stretch to prevail by 5 1/2 lengths in an allowance Sunday at Fair Grounds. He earned a new best 94 Beyer and notched an 11 on the Ragozin Sheets.
The stakes-placed 4-year-old gelding has won three times in nine career starts.
Jockey Brian Hernandez Jr. said, “He makes it interesting, he likes to lug in at the end, but he was full of run today.”
Mark Casse’s assistant David Carroll said, “This was very satisfying, we know he has the ability and he was just too much for them today. There’s a Louisiana-bred stake at the end of the meet that makes sense for him, but for now we’ll just enjoy this, he ran dynamite today.”