Racing News

Live Racing Returns Friday with Later Post Time

Breakfast with Santa Returns to Laurel Park Saturday

BALTIMORE – Post time moves from 12:05 to 12:25 p.m. for the remainder of the calendar year-ending fall meet when live racing resumes Friday at Laurel Park.

Connections Staying ‘Grounded’ with Undefeated Post Time

2YO Frosted Colt Rolled to Third Straight Win in Maryland Juvenile
L Street Lady Breaks Maiden Sunday, Live Racing Returns Dec. 9

BALTIMORE – Impressive as their budding young star was in winning his stakes debut and keeping his race record unblemished in Saturday’s $100,000 Maryland Juvenile at Laurel Park, the connections of Hillwood Stable’s 2-year-old Frosted colt Post Time aren’t allowing themselves to look too far ahead.

Post Time Impresses in $100,000 Maryland Juvenile Victory

Malibu Moonshine Eclipses Rivals in Maryland Juvenile Fillies
2YO Maiden Sprint Kicks Off Sunday’s Nine-Race Program

BALTIMORE – Hillwood Stable’s Post Time, in his stakes debut, made a powerful last-to-first move around the far turn and kept his perfect record intact with an eye-catching 3 ¾-length triumph in Saturday’s $100,000 Maryland Juvenile at Laurel Park.

Trainer Smith Seeking Sweep in Maryland Juvenile Stakes

Cynergy’s Electra Looks to Break Maiden in Maryland Juvenile Fillies
2YO Filly Liquidator Takes Momentum into Saturday’s Stakes Debut
Barbosa Triples Friday; Rainbow 6, Late Pick 5 Carryovers Saturday

BALTIMORE – With more than 2,100 career wins to his credit, Hamilton Smith has a track record of success in late-season 2-year-old stakes that the 77-year-old trainer hopes to continue Saturday at Laurel Park.

Stakes Winner Breviary Tops Friday Feature at Laurel

Post Time Moves to 12:05 P.M. for Nine-Race Program
Journeyman Sheldon Russell Named in Friday’s Fifth Race
$100K Maryland Juvenile, Maryland Juvenile Fillies Saturday

BALTIMORE – Seeking a return to the winner’s circle for the first time since her Timonium Distaff victory in August, Breviary drew the outermost post in a field of six for Friday’s Race 8 feature as live action resumes at Laurel Park.

Malibu Moonshine Makes Return in Maryland Juvenile Fillies

NY Shipper Faces MM Lassie Winner Chickieness in Saturday Sprint

BALTIMORE – Happy Face Racing Stable’s Malibu Moonshine, scratched as a top contender from last month’s Maryland Million with a fever, returns to Laurel Park to make her Maryland and stakes debut in Saturday’s $100,000 Maryland Juvenile Fillies.

Johnyz From Albany Chases Third Win in Maryland Juvenile

$100,000 Sprint Includes Post Time, Undefeated in Two Starts

BALTIMORE – Charles J. Reed’s homebred Johnyz From Albany, coming off a career-best performance, will face six rivals led by undefeated Post Time as he goes after a second straight stakes victory in Saturday’s $100,000 Maryland Juvenile at Laurel Park.

The 41st running of the Maryland Juvenile co-headlines a nine-race program with the 36th edition of the $100,000 Maryland Juvenile Fillies, both for Maryland-bred/sired horses sprinting seven furlongs.

‘Going to be Sad to See Him Gone:’ Whereshetoldmetogo Retired

7YO Gelding Won 17 Races, 13 Stakes, Just Shy of $1M in Earnings

BALTIMORE – Brittany Russell will enter the final month of Laurel Park’s calendar year-ending fall meet leading all trainers in both wins and purses earned, but without one of her barn favorites.

Multiple stakes winner Whereshetoldmetogo, scratched as the program favorite and defending champion in Laurel’s $75,000 Howard and Sondra Bender Memorial Nov. 25, has been retired from racing.

Laurel 2023 Winter Meet Offers 17 Stakes Worth $1.7 Million

40-Day Stand Opens Jan. 1, Friday Through Sunday Live Schedule
Spring Meet Featuring Federico Tesio, Weber City Miss April 15
Live Racing Returns Friday, Dec. 2 with Earlier 12:05 P.M. Post

BALTIMORE – Laurel Park will greet the new year with a total of 17 stakes worth $1.7 million in purses, led by the $250,000 General George (G3) and $250,000 Barbara Fritchie (G3), during its 2023 winter meet that kicks off Jan. 1.

Armando R Springs 10-1 Upset in $100,000 Richard Small

Cordmaker Finishes Third to Reach Million-Dollar Plateau
Swayin to and Fro Goes the Distance in $100,000 Safely Kept
Little Vic Registers Big Effort in $100,000 City of Laurel

BALTIMORE – Ronald Cuneo’s Armando R, scratched from a Thanksgiving Day allowance, came with a steady run on the far outside down the center of the track to upset favored Ournationonparade by a half-length in Saturday’s $100,000 Richard W. Small at Laurel Park.