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Maryland Million Oaks 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 Oaks, an American state-bred stakes race for three year-old fillies at one mile (8 furlongs) on the dirt held at Laurel Park Racecourse in Laurel, Maryland.[1] (List 1986-present)

Year Winner Second Third Starters
2009 Love that Dance Blind Date Love's Blush n/a
2008 Sweet Goodbye Saxet Heights Love for Not n/a
2007 Moon Catcher Paying Off Loveyasister n/a
2006 Smart and Fancy For Kisses Crown You n/a
2005 Sticky Lexi Star Unbridled Grace n/a
2004 Silmaril Blind Canyon Richetta n/a
2003 River Cruise Valley of the Gods Coquettish n/a
2002 Undercover Tamayo Carnie's Dancer n/a
2001 Along Came Mary Magic Stream Guillotine n/a
2000 Gin Talking Brig Steppedoutofadream n/a
1999 Saratoga Friends Perfect Challenge Silent Valay n/a
1998 Marigold Princess Primercy Ragtime Doll n/a
1997 Proud Run Buckles and kinks G. O'Keefe n/a
1996 The Ruler's Sister Hey Let's Dance True Mystery n/a
1995 Urbane Quite Proper Fighting Countess n/a
1994 Churchbell Chimes Woo and Me Waqueen n/a
1993 Champion Jay Key to the Hill Vallation n/a
1992 Deputation Singing Ring Lady Sage n/a
1991 Richard's Lass Long Walk Ritchie Tail n/a
1990 McKilts Lucky Lady Lauren Valay Maid n/a
1989 Beware of the Cat Under Oath Bullet Assault n/a
1988 Oh My Pride Eesee's Taw Lanzada n/a
1987 Angelina County Too Smart Too Late Praise Her n/a
1986 Smart 'n Quick Miss Rudy T. My Mafalda n/a

See also


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


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