[su_quote cite=”Trainer Ned Allard, on Dave’s Friend winner Always Sunshine.”]He’s a big, big dummy, and it’s taken him a while to kind of get his act together.[/su_quote]


[su_quote cite=”Jockey Forest Boyce, on Maryland Juvenile Futurity winner Ravenheart”]I had to ride him the whole way, never got into the bridle. You have to stay after him the whole way. Luckily, I’ve been on him in the morning and broke him from the gate just to get a feel for him. [/su_quote]


[su_quote cite=”Trainer Helen Pitts, on Thirty Eight Go Go winner Athena.”]It means everything in the world to be able to come home and win a race like this.[/su_quote]


[su_quote cite=”Jockey Forest Boyce, on Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship winner Look Who’s Talking.”]She could stand there and watch the horses train all morning long. They don’t get any classier than her. Whatever you ask her to do, she does it. You love those kind. [/su_quote]


[su_quote cite=”Trainer Gary Capuano, on Jennings winner Noteworthy Peach.”]This is the race I was pointing for all year. I was really hoping to get to the Jennings.[/su_quote]


[su_quote cite=”Trainer Robin Graham, on Maryland Juvenile Filly Championship winner Look Who’s Talking.”]Her whole family has been able to run. All the fillies have been able to really run.[/su_quote]


[su_quote cite=”Equibase chart from Sunday’s second race at Laurel. Lostinthestars finished second to Thebarberofbrazil. “]LOSTINTHESTARS… opened up what seemed to be an insurmountable advantage heading towards the eighth pole, had his rider peek back a few times measuring the competition, kept on under confident handling past the sixteenth pole, had his rider draw the stick to no avail once encountered in deep stretch and got nailed.[/su_quote]