Racing News

Ournationonparade Chasing History in Maryland Million Classic

Defending Champ Attempting to Become Three-Time Million Winner
Richest of Eight Stakes, Four Starter Stakes, on ‘Maryland’s Day at the Races’

LAUREL, MD – Morris Kernan Jr., Yo Berbs and Jagger Inc.’s Ournationonparade will be chasing history in more ways than one when the 6-year-old gelding returns to make a title defense in the $150,000 Classic on the 38th Jim McKay Maryland Million Day program Saturday, Oct. 14 at Laurel Park.

Jockey Boyce Riding High Ahead of Maryland Million

Maiden, Allowance Events Highlight Friday Program
Marquez’s Thursday Hat Trick Includes Maiden Sweep

LAUREL, MD – Just over a week away from the 38th Jim McKay Maryland Million Day program Oct. 14 at Laurel Park, jockey Forest Boyce finds herself riding at the top of her game.

For the Baltimore native and Fallston, Md. resident, who turns 39 on Sunday, it’s all been about opportunity.

38th Jim McKay Maryland Million Attracts 281 Pre-Entries

Defending Champ Ournationonparade Among 21 in $150K Classic
Laurel to Host ‘Maryland’s Day at the Races’ Saturday, Oct. 14

LAUREL, MD – Six defending champions, five prior winners and five past Maryland-bred champions are among 281 pre-entries in eight stakes and four starter stakes on the 38th annual Jim McKay Maryland Million Day program Saturday, Oct. 14 at Laurel Park.

Four-Day Fall Race Week Begins Thursday at Laurel Park

Live Racing Thursday Through Sunday in October and November
Boyce Riding Hot Streak to Early Lead in Fall Jockey Standings

LAUREL, MD – Live four-day racing at Laurel Park’s fall meet during October and November begins Thursday with a 10-race program that includes a pair of maiden special weight events and an open allowance for 3-year-olds and up.

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

Canter for a Cause Returning to Pimlico Sunday, Oct. 29

Registration Closes Oct. 23 for Annual Event to Benefit TAA

LAUREL, MD – Canter for a Cause, one of the most highly anticipated events of the year in Maryland, is scheduled to make its return to historic Pimlico Race Course Sunday, Oct. 29, giving fans the opportunity to follow in the hoofprints of some of Thoroughbred racing’s greatest champions.

Selima Winner Brocknardini Possible for Breeders’ Cup

‘There’s a Lot to Gain and Not a Lot to Lose’ for 2YO Filly
Stakes Action Continues with 38th Maryland Million Oct. 14
Live Four-Day Fall Meet Racing Begins Thursday, Oct. 5

LAUREL, MD – Thomas Brockley and Daryn Bedinotti’s 2-year-old filly Brocknardini, who impressed earning her first stakes victory in Saturday’s $150,000 Selima at Laurel Park, will be pointed to a potential start in the Breeders’ Cup, trainer George Weaver said.

Air Recruit Impresses in $150,000 Laurel Futurity Victory

Breeders’ Cup ‘Could Be an Option’ for Winner of 2YO Turf Stakes

LAUREL, MD – Mark Grier’s Air Recruit, third behind one of the top juveniles in the country three weeks ago, put his own talent on display and has his connections considering the Breeders’ Cup with an impressive 5 ½-length victory in Saturday’s $100,000 Laurel Futurity at Laurel Park.

Interstatedaydream Returns a Winner in $100,000 Twixt

Yamato Gets Job Done in $100,000 Japan Turf Cup

LAUREL, MD – If it was indeed her last race, Flurry Racing Stables’ multiple graded-stakes winner Interstatedaydream went out in style and kept her perfect Maryland record intact with a 2 ½-length triumph in Saturday’s $100,000 Twixt.

Brocknardini Notches ‘Professional’ Win in $150,000 Selima

Second Win in Three Starts, First in Stakes, for 2-Year-Old Filly

LAUREL, MD – Thomas Brockley and Daryn Bedinotti’s Brocknardini, stretched out and dropped in class off a nightmarish stakes debut against Grade 1 company just two weeks earlier, returned to the races in style with a 2 ¼-length victory in the $100,000 Selima Saturday at Laurel Park.

G3 Winner Eons Tops Wide-Open $100,000 Japan Turf Cup

Field of 15 Entered in 1 ½-Mile Scheduled Grass Stakes Saturday

LAUREL, MD – Mark Grier’s Grade 3 winner Eons chases a sixth career stakes victory and third over the local course in his return to Laurel Park for Saturday’s $100,000 Japan Turf Cup.