Laurel Park

Jim McCue, Maryland Jockey Club
Feargal Lynch collects his third stakes win of the card aboard Ascend in the Henry Clark.
Saturday at Laurel Park, trainer Graham Motion won both $75,000 turf stakes on the program. Ascend, who had not raced since Oct. 19, came with a flying finish in the lane to rally from last and win the Henry S. Clark Stakes. Earlier on the program, ...Full Story >>
April 22, 2017
Twisted Tom splashed his way to a 2 1/4-length victory in Saturday’s $125,000 Federico Tesio Stakes at Laurel Park. It was his third consecutive victory and second in a stakes race.
Lights of Medina, under Feargal Lynch, ran by the pacesetting Forever Liesl inside the sixteenth pole to win Saturday’s $125,000 Weber City Miss Stakes for 3-year-old fillies by two lengths at Laurel Park. The Weber Miss is designated by the Maryland ...
Fans of turf racing and multirace wagers get the best of both worlds with the late pick four at Laurel on Saturday, with the card’s final four races that make up the pick-four sequence all offering large fields of horses racing on the grass. Now, let’s ...
April 20, 2017
Top of Mind on Saturday will seek his first stakes win when he takes on 12 runners in a salty renewal of the $75,000 Henry Clark Stakes scheduled for a mile over Laurel Park's turf course.
Carradine could very well add to trainer Linda Rice's gaudy numbers at Laurel when he faces four rivals Saturday in the Tesio, one of five stakes on an 11-race card.
April 12, 2017
A year ago this Saturday, apprentice rider Ashley Castrenze won at Tampa Bay Downs with her first mount. On Friday, in the seventh race at Laurel Park, she will restart her career following a six-month injury-related layoff.
April 05, 2017
King Leatherbury won with an 11-year-old last Saturday at Laurel Park. He hopes to win with another one in the not-too-distant future.
March 29, 2017
El Areeb and the older stakes mare Winter concluded an extended gallop with a half-mile breeze Wednesday at Laurel Park as trainer Cal Lynch continues to point him to the Grade 2 Wood Memorial at Aqueduct on April 8.
March 22, 2017
Katie Davis went down hard in a spill at Laurel Park on March 11. She took off her mounts the next day but dusted herself off and, despite still being sore, came back a week later to win back-to-back races, including the first stakes of her career.
Few people have as unusual a work day as Damon Dilodovico. As he has done for years, Dilodovico trains a 20-horse stable at Laurel Park in the morning. In the afternoon he changes hats and works for International Sound, a video production company that ...