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


Year Winner Second Third Starters
2009 Lil Kiara Ben's Boots Jim's prospect n/a
2008 Juke Joint Cool Punch Mr. Keeper n/a
2007 Regal Solo Smooth It Over Izzy Speaking n/a
2006 Clifton Park Crypto Prime Man in Grey n/a
2005 Creve Coeur X Marks the Spot Preferred Leader n/a
2004 What's Up Lonely Monster Chaser Late Night Lover n/a
2003 Polish Rifle Musical Vision Wanaka n/a
2002 Cherokee's Boy Ironton Bridge Out Again n/a
2001 Pal's Partner Private Opening Square Cut Diamond n/a
2000 T. P. Louie Charlie's Cards Zloty n/a
1999 Darwin Trams Crafty Celt n/a
1998 Pulling Punches Red Star Rose Pettit's Quest n/a
1997 Carnivorous Habit Swingin Verse Malaka Head n/a
1996 Carrolls Favorite King Buck Lay Low Halo n/a
1995 Count On Numbers Hardball Way Out Front n/a
1994 Sam's Quest American Wolf Speedquestor n/a
1993 Run Alden Canton River Forum Club n/a
1992 Military Look Guru Dude P. J. Higgins n/a
1991 Coolin It Ace Eyes North Carroll n/a
1990 Xray Conga Tempo Romeo My Romeo n/a
1989 Real Tough Fighting Brass Wooden Injun n/a
1988 Snow King Assault Party Twilight Roll n/a
1987 Sean's Ferrari King's Snow Gospel Note n/a
1986 First Patriot Sudden Flare Yet Wave n/a



See also

References

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




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