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Maryland Sprint Handicap 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 Sprint Handicap, an American graded stakes race run on dirt over six furlongs at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland.[1]

Year Winner Second Third Starters
2010 Taqarub Roaring Lion Ravalo 10
2009 Ravalo Silver Edition Celtic Innis 7
2008 Starforaday Suave Jazz Cognac Kisses 8
2007 Diabolical Talent Search Semaphore Man 7
2006 Friendly Island Celtic Innis Gaff 7
2005 Willy o'the Valley With Distinction Take Achance On Me 8
2004 Gators N Bears Highway Prospector Sassy Hound 9
2003 Pioneer Boy Sassy Hound Highway Prospector 7
2002 Snow Ridge Smile My Lord Clever Gem 7
2001 Disco Rico Flame Thrower Istintaj 6
2000 Dr. Max Moon Over Prospect Crucible 7
1999 Yes It's True The Trader's Echo Purple Passion 8
1998 Richter Scale Trafalgar Original Gray 7
1997 Cat Be Nimble Political Whit Excelerate 7
1996 Forest Wildcat Kayrawan Demaloot Demashoot 9
1995 Commanche Trail Goldminer's Dream Marry Me Do 6
1994 Secret Odds Honor the Hero Linear 10
1993 Senor Speedy He Is Risen Who Wouldn't 7
1992 Potentiality Smart Alec Boom Towner 9
1991 Jeweler's Choice Shuttleman Hadif 5
1990 Norquestor Kechi Americo's Bullet 9
1989 King's Nest Silano Regal Intention 6
1988 Fire Plug Harriman High Brite 6
1987 Purple Mountain Little Bold John Berngoo 6


  1. 2007 Maryland Jockey Club Media Guide, page 55 on March 3, 2007.


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