11/06/2003 12:00AM

Laurel: Beware of Musical Vision


Musical Vision, a distant second in the Maryland Million Nursery in his first race over the track, could be primed for a peak effort in Saturday's $60,000 Rollicking, a seven-furlong stakes at Laurel Park.

Trained by Anthony Dutrow, Musical Vision passed four horses in the last three furlongs of the seven-furlong Maryland Million Nursery to finish second, beaten nine lengths by Polish Rifle on Oct. 11. He has worked twice since then for Dutrow, a trainer who excels with horses making their second start off a layoff.

The main competition could come from a pair of horses cutting back from two turns. White Mountain Boy won his career debut, rallying from off the pace in a 1 1/16-mile maiden race on Oct. 23. Late Night Leader won 2 of his first 3 starts while sprinting, but didn't show his customary speed racing a mile over a sloppy track at Delaware last time out.