Some call Calvin Borel by the name Borail, given his propensity for rallying up the fence. How does Corail Lanerie sound? Corey Lanerail? The names don&rsquo;t fit, but the point remains the same: Jockey Corey Lanerie has been scraping paint to great effect this winter at Fair Grounds, and he did it again with Ravi&rsquo;s Song in the $59,400 Pelleteri Stakes on Saturday.\r\nRavi&rsquo;s Song was second-last into the first turn and down the backstretch, and with Lanerie cleaving to the rail, Ravi&rsquo;s Song got shuffled back to last of eight past the three-eighths pole on the far turn. \r\nFair Grounds-veteran Lanerie, who recently scored his 3,000th win, has been riding the track enough years to have fully grasped how much time the long stretch affords a jockey who decides to stay inside. And voila, there went the horses in front of Ravi&rsquo;s Song, peeling off the fence one by one as the field came into the stretch. Lanerie, awaiting just such an occurrence, asked his mount for run, and Ravi&rsquo;s Song gave it to him.\r\nFinishing strongly, she came off the fence just long enough to split pace-setting Fighter Wing (fractions of 24.25 seconds for the opening quarter-mile, 48.89 for the half, and 1:13.91 for six furlongs) and fading Silver Labelle, going on to a 1 1/2-length victory. Fighter Wing held second, while Age of Humor was another length back in third.\r\nFavored Bella Medaglia didn&rsquo;t settle well into the first turn, got into traffic trouble most of the race&rsquo;s second half, and finished a distant sixth.\r\nCarl Bowman trains 5-year-old Ravi&rsquo;s Song for Mrs. Yoshio Fujita. Mr. Yoshio Fujita bred the mare, mating Unbridled&rsquo;s Song and Lu Ravi, a wonderful race mare during her day who campaigned at Fair Grounds, also under Bowman&rsquo;s care.\r\nThe winner ran 1 1/16 miles in a solid 1:45.62, and paid $12.20 to win.