It&rsquo;s all Stall, all the time so far this Fair Grounds meet. Trainer Al Stall had five winners and two seconds from his first nine runners over two racing days, and he has the morning&#45;line 6&#45;5 favorite, Forevamo, in the featured fifth race Sunday.Forevamo is one of six entrants in a second&#45;level allowance race carded for six furlongs on dirt and also open to $40,000 claimers. He races for the first time since May 6, when Forevamo was last of 14 in the Grade 2 Churchill Downs, and for the first time since being gelded. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s had some nerves,&rdquo; Stall said. &ldquo;He wasn&rsquo;t a wreck, but he was a little harder on himself than he needed to be. We thought this might help him along, and it seems to have done that. We&rsquo;re anxious to see how he runs at six&#45;dash&#45;five in the program.&rdquo;That&rsquo;s Stall subtly pointing out that such a price on Forevamo would qualify as an underlay on a horse making his first start after a long layoff at a distance over which he&rsquo;s 1&#45;0&#45;0&#45;0 during his career. Forevamo, who has Jose Valdivia Jr. in the irons for the first time, should get a good setup, however, and looks a likely winner, value or not. ◗ English jockey Adam Beschizza scored his first North American victory when he guided Tabaddol to a win in the second race Friday at Fair Grounds.◗ Mesoma suffered a catastrophic foreleg injury at the eighth pole in the Thanksgiving Handicap and had to be euthanized, owner&#45;trainer Wes Hawley said.