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Maryland Million Lassie 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 Maryland Million Lassie, an American state-bred stakes race for two year-old fillies at seven furlong on the dirt held at Laurel Park Racecourse in Laurel, Maryland.[1] (List 1986-present)


Year Winner Second Third Starters
2009 n/a
2008 Miss Charm City n/a
2007 Love for Not All Attitude Kosmo's Buddy n/a
2006 Spectacular Malibu Expected Pleasures Paying Off n/a
2005 Smart and Fancy Who Was Swear to It n/a
2004 Hear Us Roar Partners Due Golden Malibu n/a
2003 Richetta Grant's Moon He Loves Me n/a
2002 Object of Virtue Rachelle's Numbers Butitwillflysomeday n/a
2001 Night Breeze Bronze Babe Madame X Ski n/a
2000 Your Out Trueytoo Gigi's Magic n/a
1999 Gin Talking Case of the Blues Shamrock Love n/a
1998 Perfect Challenge Timely Irony Christy's Hero n/a
1997 Maragold Princess Expensive Issue Rammer n/a
1996 Lovely Tasha Buckles and Kinks Big Ego n/a
1995 Mystic Rhythms Secret Prospect Im Out First n/a
1994 Prospector's Fuel Fighting Countess Citirainbow n/a
1993 Lady Beaumont Waqueen Frigid Coed n/a
1992 Carnirainbow Buck Roll Devilish Play n/a
1991 Missy White Oak Come On Spring Glori Halo n/a
1990 Ameri Allen Ritchie Trail Lady Ardis n/a
1989 She's a Champ Run Smartly Am Possible n/a
1988 Ms. Gold Pole Safely Kept Open Mind n/a
1987 Thirty Eight Go Go Lady Danger Say Beautiful n/a
1986 Smart Halo In the Curl Short Fuse Susie 8




See also

References

  1. Stakes Histories, The Original Racing Almanac 2009, page 342 on June 26, 2008.




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