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No Dozing ended a six-race losing streak in the Concern Stakes at Laurel Park on July 22, 2017.
Trainer Arnaud Delacour fitted No Dozing with blinkers for the $72,000 Concern Stakes at Laurel Park on Saturday and the Union Rags colt showed improved speed and broke a six-race losing streak.Full Story >>
July 20, 2017
The seven furlongs of the $75,000 Concern Stakes at Laurel Park on Saturday seems like a fair compromise: Two of the top contenders in the race for 3-year-olds will be stretching out from six furlongs, two others will be shortening up from a mile or more.
July 18, 2017
Ben’s Cat, a popular runner in the Mid-Atlantic region and four-time Grade 3 winner, was euthanized Tuesday afternoon due to post-operative complications following colic surgery.
There was little joy at the stable of Rusty Arnold following Morticia's course-record performance in the Stormy Blues Stakes at Laurel Park on Saturday following the death the evening before of longtime employee Armando Cortes.
July 15, 2017
Morticia came back on Smiling Causeway to win the $100,000 Stormy Blues Stakes in course-record time Saturday at Laurel Park.
July 14, 2017
El Areeb, who won four consecutive races from November to February for trainer Cal Lynch, including the Grade 3 Withers and Grade 3 Jerome, will begin a new phase in his rehabilitation from a knee injury this week at the Fair Hill Training Center in ...
July 05, 2017
Jockey Julian Pimentel was badly injured in a Saturday training accident at Laurel Park and will be sidelined until fall.
Rose Brier, who was transferred to trainer Jane Cibelli as a 4-year-old maiden in 2013 and went on to win 14 races and more than $527,000, has been retired, it was announced Wednesday.
June 27, 2017
In sports, nothing lasts forever, but for a number of years it seemed as if Ben’s Cat, the pride of Maryland, just might. Now 11, and a step or two slower than he used to be, King Leatherbury has made the decision to retire him.
June 24, 2017
Racing at a distance short of his best, Phlash Phelps still was good enough in the $75,000 Mister Diz Stakes, a 6-furlong turf sprint for Maryland-breds.
The Maryland-bred Daylight Ahead enjoyed her first start in a statebred-restricted race on Saturday at Laurel Park, leading all the way under Katie Davis to win the $75,000 Jameela Stakes by a neck.