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Maryland Million Turf 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 Turf, an American State-bred stakes race for horses three years-old and up at 1-1/8 miles on the turf held at Laurel Park Racecourse in Laurel, Maryland.[1] (List 1986-present)


Year Winner Second Third Starters
2009 Target Sighted Moon Ala Mode Into the Wind n/a
2008 Broadway Producer Dr. Rico Knight in Armour n/a
2007 Forty Crowns Dr. Rico Broadway Producer n/a
2006 Private Scandal D. J.'s Hero Quantico Joe n/a
2005 La Reine's Terms Dr. Detroit Rubi Echo n/a
2004 Dr. Detroit Private Scandal La Reine's Terms n/a
2003 Move Those Chains Watchman's Warning Private Scandal n/a
2002 La Reine's Terms Elberton Watchman's Warning n/a
2001 Elberton Watchman's Warning Cynics Beware n/a
2000 Cynics Beware Hardy's Halo Virginia Carnival n/a
1999 Private Slip Hardy's Halo La Reine's Terms n/a
1998 Winsox Brother's Angel Mythical Deity n/a
1997 Winsox Trump Mahal Charle's Quest n/a
1996 Trump Mahal Winsox Warning Glance n/a
1995 Short Stay Pin Tail Pass Agro Crag n/a
1994 Warning Glance Sandman Sims Sir Wollaston n/a
1993 Awad Dancing Douglas Take Heed n/a
1992 Wood Fox Dr. Louis A. Dekova n/a
1991 Scottsville Subtle Step Bomb the Bridge n/a
1990 Hear the Bells Worthington Winner Divine Warning n/a
1989 Wave Wise Ringerman Tot of Rum n/a
1988 Master Speaker Second Lieutenant Viva Deputy n/a
1987 Ringing North Lord Wise Old Owl n/a
1986 Glow Air Dancer Where's Bob n/a


See also

References

  1. Stakes Histories, The Original Racing Almanac 2009, page 398 on June 26, 2008.




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