Laurel Park

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Imperial Hint, ridden by Julian Pimentel, wins the Grade 3 General George by 2 1/4 lengths.
Imperial Hint, who is small in stature but big at heart, held off even-money favorite Stallwalkin' Dude the length of the Laurel Park stretch to win the Grade 3, $250,000 General George on Saturday. Full Story >>
February 18, 2017
High Ridge Road got the best of By the Moon in the $300,000 Barbara Fritchie, winning by a desperate neck in the shadow of the wire.
Saturday at Laurel Park, as a 22-1 longshot, Bodhisattva got both a clean trip and a big closing kick to upset odds-on favorite Page McKenney in the $75,000 John B. Campbell Handicap.
Winter upset the $75,000 Maryland Racing Media Stakes at Laurel Park on Saturday, and the result likely left at least one show bettor upset after 1-5 favorite Wait Your Turn checked in fifth.
Trainer Gary Capuano is eager to see what his 3-year-old colt O Dionysus can do ​ racing around two turns after an easy score as the 4-5 favorite in Saturday’s $75,000 Miracle Wood Stakes at Laurel Park.
El Areeb, a runaway winner of four straight races, including a pair of Grade 3 stakes at Aqueduct, the Jerome and Withers, breezed a quicker-than-it-looked half-mile at his home base of Laurel Park on Saturday in 47.80 seconds.
February 17, 2017
Here's a look at Saturday's late pick four at Laurel, which includes four stakes races, highlighted by the Grade 2 Barbara Fritchie and the Grade 3 General George.
February 16, 2017
Stallwalkin' Dude and Heaven's Runway have made 91 starts between them. But at age 7, these old warriors are at the top of their games and figure to have a lot to say about the outcome of the Grade 3 General George at Laurel Park on Saturday.
Four $75,000 supporting stakes will set the table at Laurel Park on Saturday for the Grade 2 Barbara Fritchie and Grade 3 General George, which will conclude the 10-race card.
As tough as By the Moon will be, I like High Ridge Road to beat her again in Saturday's Barbara Fritchie Stakes at Laurel Park.
The Maryland Jockey Club has tightened up its traditionally two-day Winter Festival at Laurel Park into a single six-stakes card this year, and the result packs an undeniably stronger punch.