In her first move since winning the Maryland Juvenile Filly by a dozen lengths, Hello Beautiful showed trainer Brittany Russell “just what we wanted.”
Shotski, who trains at and broke his maiden at Laurel Park, breezed a half-mile Saturday in preparation for next week’s G2 Fountain of Youth.
Jack Harmon, the timer at Laurel Park for nearly 50 years, stepped down at the end of January, ending a career in which he’s seen, well, everything.
Now that the weekend’s Laurel Park stakes are in the book, we’ve got answers to those five questions we posed last week…
When Stroll Smokin cruised home a length clear in the Laurel Park finale, it gave trainer Jerry Robb the 2,000th win of his stellar career.
Firenze Fire and Majestic Reason scored in Grade 3 races at Laurel Park today – and that either was in the house was something of a surprise.
Lebda, in the Miracle Wood, and Naughty Thoughts, in the Wide Country, posted front-running upset scores in two Laurel sophomore stakes.
Laurel Park has five stakes on tap for February 15, including two Grade 3 events in the Barbara Fritchie and General George. We’ve got five questions.
Saturday’s G3 General George is topped by millionaire Firenze Fire, with local hopeful Still Having Fun among his rivals.
In a small but competitive field for the G3 Fritchie, the Mike Stidham-trained Saguaro Row will hope to overcome local fave Anna’s Bandit.
Laurel-based Grade 2 winner Still Having Fun on Saturday had his final work in preparation for next week’s G3 General George.
Parx-based Blue Eyed Girl made her first trip to Laurel Park a winning one. Her second will come in the Grade 3 Barbara Fritchie Feburary 15.
The long-under-the-radar operation of trainer Carlos Mancilla has abruptly found itself winning at a 28% clip while moving horses up the ladder.
Virginia Beach won a maiden special weight Friday, giving trainer Mike Trombetta his third first-out winner of 2020 at Laurel Park.
With jockey Victor Carrasco having reached 1,000 wins, who’s next? The Maryland jockeys nearing milestones and those with the most career wins…
Maryland-based jockey Victor Carrasco earned the 1,000th victory of his career Sunday at Laurel Park just a day after getting to 999.
Two longtime owners enjoyed their first stakes wins Saturday at Laurel Park, as Artful Splatter and Honor the Fleet upset the Geisha and Fire Plug Stakes.
Alwaysmining, the top Maryland three-year-old of 2019, rediscovered his winning ways with a solid triumph in the Jennings Stakes at Laurel Park.
Still Having Fun, a Grade 2 winner, will make the second start of his comeback in Saturday’s Fire Plug Stakes at Laurel Park.