Racing News

G3 Winner Classier Proves Best in Friday’s Stakes-Level Feature

Triple Crown Champions Represented in Saturday Maiden Event

LAUREL, MD – Super C Racing Inc.’s Classier passed fellow Grade 3 winner and race favorite Wondrwherecraigis once straightened for home and went on to a 3 ¼-length victory in Friday’s feature at Laurel Park.

Ridden by Carlos Lopez for trainer Kieron Magee, Classier ($8.40) covered 5 ½ furlongs over a fast main track in 1:03.37 in the open third-level allowance for 3-year-olds and up to earn his seventh career win.

Seven Stakes Winners Lined Up for Laurel’s Friday Feature

Factor It In, Super Chow Among Sprinters Making Comebacks
G3 Winners Wonderwherecraigis, Classier Also in Field of 10
Jockey Karamanos, Trainer Trombetta Notch Thursday Double

LAUREL, MD – Seven stakes winners, two in graded company, and a pair of stablemates with 21 combined victories are among a loaded group of accomplished sprinters set to line up highlighting Friday’s nine-race card at Laurel Park.

Laurel Fall Meet Resumes with Eight-Race Program Thursday

Stablemates The Addison Pour, Wish Me Home Top Turf Feature

LAUREL, MD – Following a successful weekend highlighted by the 38th Jim McKay Maryland Million Day program, fall meet action returns to Laurel Park with a live eight-race program Thursday.

First race post time is 12:25 p.m.

Undefeated Post Time Heading to Keeneland’s Perryville

Stakes Winner Taking on Fellow 3YOs in 7F Sprint Oct. 21
Fall Meet Continues with Live Eight-Race Program Thursday

LAUREL, MD – Hillwood Stable’s 3-year-old colt Post Time, undefeated winner of his comeback race last month at historic Pimlico Race Course, will put his perfect record to the test next weekend in the first race outside his native Maryland.

Ain’t Da Beer Cold Promoted Winner of $150,000 Maryland Million Classic

Richest of Eight Stakes, Four Starter Stakes, on ‘Maryland’s Day at the Races’

LAUREL, MD – Matt Spencer, Kelly Jo Cox and Bonuccelli Racing’s Ain’t Da Beer Cold, longest shot in the field at 35-1, was promoted to the win after the disqualification of first-place finisher Market Maven in Saturday’s $150,000 Maryland Million Classic at Laurel Park.

Intrepid Daydream Extends Streak in $100,000 Distaff

Seven’s Eleven Wins $100,000 Maryland Million Sprint

LAUREL, MD – Paul Fowler Jr.’s Intrepid Daydream took the lead from pacesetting Response Time at the top of the stretch and sprinted clear to extend her win streak to three races with a three-length triumph in Saturday’s $100,000 Maryland Million Distaff at Laurel Park.

Catahoula Moon Proves Best in $100,000 Nursery

Miss Harriett Gamely Wins $100,000 Lassie at 60-1 Odds

LAUREL, MD – Behind a patience and well-timed ride by jockey Xavier Perez, Catahoula Moon split horses down the stretch to win the $100,000 Maryland Million Nursery by 4 ¾ lengths over Prado Road.

Trained by John Robb, Catahoula Moon covered the six furlongs in 1:12.24.

Witty Takes Inside Route in $100,000 Turf Sprint Repeat

Wicked Prankster Defends Title in $125,000 Turf
Precious Avary Goes the Distance in $125,000 Ladies

LAUREL, MD – Patiently ridden by jockey Jevian Toledo, Witty came rolling through an opening along the rail in mid-stretch and powered to a popular 1 ¼-length victory in the $100,000 Maryland Million Turf Sprint Saturday at Laurel Park.

Hamilton Smith Chasing Elusive Maryland Million Classic Win

Veteran Trainer Sending Out 5YO All Threes in Saturday Centerpiece
Special 11:30 A.M. Post Time for ‘Maryland’s Day at the Races’

LAUREL, MD – A Maryland mainstay for parts of six decades and a winner of more than 2,000 career races, trainer Hamilton Smith is inching closer to one race that has yet eluded him.

Trainer Phillip Capuano Excited for First Maryland Million

29YO Following in Footsteps of Dad Gary and Uncle Dale Capuano
8YO Mare Shasta Star Registers Sixth Straight Win Thursday

LAUREL, MD – For as long as Phillip Capuano can remember, Maryland Million has represented a special time in his family’s life. As the son and nephew of successful trainers, eventually working for both, he was able to see it first-hand.