Racing News

Johnyz From Albany Rolls to Victory in $100,000 Nursery

Chickieness is Best in $100,000 Lassie

LAUREL, MD – Charles J. ‘Chip’ Reed’s homebred Johnyz From Albany, the son of a two-time Maryland Million winner, lived up to the family tradition by jumping out to an early lead and never looking back in rolling to a front-running five-length triumph in Saturday’s $100,000 Nursery at Laurel Park.

Ain’t Da Beer Cold Returns in $150,000 MM Classic

Cordmaker, Whereshetoldmetogo Awaiting Next Spots
Maryland Million Day Draws 171 Entries for 12 Races
Stakes-Caliber Turf Sprint Highlights Sunday Program

LAUREL, MD – A winner of back-to-back races for the first time in his career, Matt Spencer, Kelly Jo Cox and Bonucccelli Racing’s Ain’t Da Beer Cold looks to make it three in a row when he returns to the Maryland Million for a third straight year in Saturday’s $150,000 Classic at Laurel Park.

Cannon’s Roar Chasing Elusive Stakes Win in $125,000 Turf

Connections Looking to Serve Coconut Cake in $125,000 Ladies
Grateful Bred Returns for Title Defense in $100,000 Turf Sprint

LAUREL, MD – Taking Risks Stable’s Cannon’s Roar, four times stakes-placed, looks to break through in a race where he has been closer than ever to becoming a stakes winner in Saturday’s $125,000 Maryland Million Turf at Laurel Park.

Heldish Chasing First Stakes Win in $100,000 Nursery

Chickieness Tops Overflow Field of 16 in $100,000 Lassie

LAUREL, MD – Already holding a special place for his connections, ItsTheJHo’s Heldish gets the chance to add another chapter to the story in Saturday’s $100,000 Maryland Million Nursery at Laurel Park.

Prendimi, Monday Morning Qb Chase Second Win in $150,000 Classic

2019 Nursery Winner Ournationonparade Also in Mix for Saturday’s Race
Richest of Eight Stakes, Four Starter Stakes, on ‘Maryland’s Day at the Races’

LAUREL, MD – Defending champion Prendimi, 2020 winner Monday Morning Qb and Ournationonparade, who tasted Maryland Million success as a 2-year-old in 2019, will be among a strong field of contenders for the $150,000 Classic on the 37th Jim McKay Maryland Million Day program Saturday at Laurel Park.

Air Token Making Title Defense in $100,000 Sprint

Fillie d’Esprit Takes Another Shot at $100,000 Distaff

LAUREL, MD – Seeking a place to help Air Token rediscover his winning form, owner-trainer Jose Corrales will give the 5-year-old gelding a shot to become the first repeat winner of the $100,000 Maryland Million Sprint at Laurel Park.

Maryland Million Classic Post Positions to be Drawn Live Wednesday

37th Jim McKay Maryland Million Program Saturday

LAUREL, MD – Post positions for the $150,000 Maryland Million Classic, the highlight of the 37th Jim McKay Maryland Million program Saturday at Laurel Park, will be drawn at approximately 4:30 ET Wednesday.

The draw, hosted by Maryland Jockey Club announcer Dave Rodman, will be streamed live at

John Scheinman Captures MJC Champions Handicapping Tournament

Earns $12,000 in Prize Money and Berth in Breeders’ Cup Betting Challenge
Live Racing Returns to Laurel Thursday to Open Maryland Million Weekend

LAUREL, MD – John Scheinman of Baltimore, a two-time Eclipse Award-winning writer, finished with a balance of $1,691.10 to top of field of 131 entrants and capture the Maryland Jockey Club’s Champions Handicapping Tournament held Saturday, Oct. 15 at Laurel Park.

Maryland Million Contenders Fill Saturday Work Tab

Courageous Girl Possible for $150K Classic or $100K Distaff
2020 Classic Winner Monday Morning Qb Breezes Half-Mile
Jevian Toledo, Kieron Magee Post Saturday Doubles

LAUREL, MD – A week out from the 37th Jim McKay Maryland Million Day program, several contenders tuned up with their final works Saturday at Laurel Park including 5-year-old mare Courageous Girl, under consideration for both the $150,000 Classic and $100,000 Distaff.

Breeders’ Cup Decision Awaits Laurel Futurity Winner Congruent

Juvenile, Juvenile Turf Remain Under Consideration for 2YO Tapit Colt

LAUREL, MD – A decision is still looming on which Breeders’ Cup race is up next for Tami Bobo and Lugamo Racing Stable’s Congruent, impressive winner of the Oct. 1 Laurel Futurity at Laurel Park.

The connections are considering both the $2 million Juvenile (G1) on dirt and the $1 million Juvenile Turf (G1) Nov. 4 at Keeneland for Congruent, a juvenile son of 2003 Laurel Futurity winner Tapit out of the Grade 2-winning mare Part the Seas.