Sunday, October 18 2015

Maryland Million Juvenile

Corvus, Lexington Street Win Maryland Million Juvenile LAUREL, MD - The 30th Jim McKay Maryland Million Day was one of many upsets, but maybe none was more unexpected than Corvus’ wire-to-wire victory in the $100,000 Nursery for 2-year-old colts. Corvus wasn’t on the radar of many Saturday. He hadn’t won a race. He hadn’t even run a race. But owner/trainer Katharine Voss had seen how he went against other horses during his morning training sessions and decided to take a chance.

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Maryland Million Sprint

Jack’s in the Deck Pulls Off Upset in Maryland Million Sprint
Favored Ben’s Cat Nosed Out in Return to Main Track

LAUREL, MD – Ben’s Cat rounded the turn into the homestretch, poised to make yet another winning stretch drive in Saturday’s $100,000 Maryland Million Sprint at Laurel Park.

The venerable 9-year-old gelding, who was making his sixth Maryland Million appearance of his illustrious career, pulled alongside Jack’s in the Deck at the top of the stretch, raising the hopes of the bettors who made him their 3-5 favorite – as well as their sentimental favorite.

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Friday, October 16 2015


Bode Miller Seeks Maryland Million Gold with Ravenheart
Nicks Ventures to Laurel for First Time with Can’t Explain
Monster Sleeping Looks for Firm Footing in Ladies

LAUREL, MD – Olympic Gold Medalist Bode Miller’s recent entry into the Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred racing scene would be punctuated Saturday at Laurel Park should Ravenheart emerge victorious from the $100,000 Maryland Million Nursery.

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Thursday, October 15 2015

Laurel Ready To Showcase Improvements On Maryland Million Day

$7 Million in Front Side Improvements, $7 Million to Backside
$1 Million Day to Feature Special Events & Marylandia

LAUREL, MD – New hardwood floors, rugs, paint, furniture, concession stands, mobile app, simulcast and replay center, televisions, bars, barns…

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Maryland Million

Country Life Farm Looking to Catch ‘Fire’ In Maryland Million

LAUREL, MD - The stallion business is tough. In order for freshman sires to gain momentum, it is imperative their first crop of 2-year-olds comes out running.

In Maryland, Country Life Farm has captured that kind of success in the past and this Saturday at Laurel Park, it will try to do it again with its new first-crop stallion, Friesan Fire, in the 30th Running of The Jim McKay Maryland Million.

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Talk Show Man Ready for Prime Time in Maryland Millions Classic

Turf Champ Heading to Main Track for Headliner of Saturday's Nine-Race $1 Million Event

LAUREL, MD – Talk Show Man will represent owner/breeder Michael Harrison and trainer Hamilton Smith at Laurel Park Saturday in his quest to notch back-to-back victories on Jim McKay Maryland Million Day.

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Monday, October 12 2015

Not Abroad Set for Comeback in Saturday’s Maryland Million Classic

2012 Classic Champion Returns from 3-Year Hiatus

LAUREL, MD – Seven years ago, Not Abroad was sent to trainer Lynn Ashby’s Delaware farm to be prepared for a racing career.

Now, after 35 races, multiple stakes wins, two graded-stakes placings and a nearly three-year layoff – that's right, a nearly three year layoff – the 8-year-old Maryland-bred son of Not For Love is being given a chance to do what he likes best…being a racehorse.

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Maryland Million Week Kicks Off With Russell Winning 5K Division

LAUREL, MD - Jockey Sheldon Russell and other runners kicked off Jim McKay Maryland Million week Sunday morning by braving 40 degree temperatures at Laurel Park to participate in the Maryland Million 5K for Special Olympics Maryland.

Russell, a perennial leading rider in Maryland and avid runner, was the first male to cross the finish line at 20:00.2 after beginning the race out of Laurel's starting gate and running down the main stretch.

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Saturday, October 10 2015

$1M Jim McKay Maryland Million Draws 155 Nominations for 9 Stakes

Ben’s Cat Slated to Make Sixth Million Start in a Row in Sprint or Turf
Program for Maryland-Sired Horses Headlined by $150,000 Classic

LAUREL, MD – The 30th anniversary of the Jim McKay Maryland Million will be celebrated Saturday, Oct. 17 at Laurel Park with the running of nine stakes, which attracted a total of 155 nominations.

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Tuesday, February 17 2015

$250,000 General George (G2) Quotes

Jockey Kendrick Carmouche (Misconnect): "My horse broke really well and I thought if I kept him close he would finish the last eighth of a mile and win. But I knew I had to keep him close. If you look at his races, he only wins from the sixteenth pole. If he's in contention, he will win. But if he's too far off, he won't make up the distance.

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Wednesday, February 11 2015

Sam’s Sister Set for Saturday’s $300,000 Barbara Fritchie Handicap

$100,000 John B. Campbell Stakes Features Field of 11 on Laurel Undercard

LAUREL, MD – Grade 1 stakes-winning Sam’s Sister is scheduled to carry highweight of 123 pounds against 10 rivals in Saturday’s $300,000 Barbara Fritchie Handicap (G2) at Laurel Park.

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Saturday, November 15 2014

Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash


LAUREL, MD. 11-15-14---Zayat Stables LLC’s Zee Bros, dismissed at odds of 29-1, proved to be the swiftest of all in the $350,000 Frank J. DeFrancis Memorial Dash. The De Francis Dash was the marquee race in Saturday’s Fall Festival of Racing at Laurel Park, which featured six stakes.

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