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Marshua Stakes top three finishers

This is a listing of the horses that finished in either first, second, or third place and the number of starters in the Marshua Stakes (1987-2010), an American Thoroughbred Stakes race for fillies age three years-old at six furlongs run on dirt at Laurel Park Racecourse in Laurel, Maryland.[1]

Year Winner Second Third Starters
2010 Gator Prowl Jim's Prospect Bellflower 8
2009 Strut the Canary Huge Asenglow 7
2008 Throbbin' Heart Kosmo's Buddy Hartigan n/a
2007 Laila's Punch Luxury Class Deep Dish Wildcat n/a
2006 Celestial Legend Flirt for Fame Ten Halos n/a
2005 Rush to Glory Maysville Promenade Girl n/a
2004 Among My Souvenirs Forestier Ask Queenie n/a
2003 Ladyecho Powers Prospect Love You Madly n/a
2002 Two Times a Lady Phyxius Note Taker n/a
2001 No Race No Race No Race 0
2000 Mary's Silver Pen Something Young Short Engagement n/a
1999 Potomac Blend Mysterious Jak Silent Valay n/a
1998 Chasseresse Cosmo Topper Graycious Dancer n/a
1997 Meteor Cap Prospectlea Don't Fear the Heat n/a
1996 Secret Prospect Colonial Review Say Strike n/a
1995 White Cliffs Perfect Swap Cresent Park n/a
1994 Pleasant Dilemma Lady Beaumont Baby Zip n/a
1993 Carnirainbow Sentimentaldiamond Dasharoo n/a
1992 Luramore Gala Prospector Anacreontic n/a
1991 Picnic Island Give Her a Hand Red Tape n/a
1990 Leery Baba Knot in My Pocket Brilliant Brass n/a
1989 All About Style Soho Sunday Fit and Ready n/a
1988 Willa On the Move Fat and Foxy Digglyliggylo n/a
1987 Cagey Exuberance Safe At the Plate Kerygma n/a


  1. 2007 Maryland Jockey Club Media Guide, page 384 on March 3, 2007.

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