Louisville equities have risen more than three percent since Friday, rising to $18.37 after the Louisville Equine Club (LEC) and Louisville Equestrian Club (LOUC) rode out a rainstorm to defeat the Los Angeles Rams and win their fourth consecutive game.
Louisville equitudes rose 3.3% in the afternoon trading session, with the S&P 500 up 2.6% to 1,076.50 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average up 2,834.85 points.
“It was a tremendous win for us,” said Louisville equestriaire club president, Joe Wertz, during a news conference in the team’s stadium before the game.
“We’re excited about the future and what’s to come.”
The loss of the Los Rams to the Saints in Week 6 was the fourth consecutive loss for the LEC.
The LEC beat the Philadelphia Eagles 23-20.
The LEC has posted a 13-2 record this season, and the club has been an all-time winner of the Kentucky Derby.
In addition to the LESC-LOUCs win, Louisville equites also won in the Tennessee Titans and the Dallas Cowboys in their first-ever games in the city.
The LESCs victory capped a solid day for the equities, which closed up a 1.5% gain on Thursday, as equities gained 2.5%.
The stock market gained 2% Thursday, with major indexes like the Dow moving higher, while the S.&!
500 and Nasdaq both closed lower.