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Nellie Morse Stakes 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 What A Summer Stakes (1941-2010), an American Thoroughbred Stakes race for fillies and mares four years-old and up at six furlongs run on dirt at Laurel Park Racecourse Template:Country data Maryland in Laurel, Maryland.[1]

Year Winner Second Third Starters

2010 Northern Station Weathered Emily Allstar n/a
2009 All Smiles Fascinatin’ Rhythm Irvs Pick n/a
2008 Wild Hoots Art Show Take a Check n/a
2007 Lexi Star It's True Love Yolanda B. Too n/a
2006 Promanade Girl Princess Pelona Ask Queenie n/a
2005 Silmaril Richetta Points West n/a
2004 City Fire Sweet Dynamite Undercover n/a
2003 Martha's Music Mystic Notion Pass the Virtue n/a
2002 Case of the Blues Irving's Baby Your Out n/a
2001 Too too Devine Sheldons Jet Tookin Down n/a
2000 No Race No Race No Race 0
1999 Pocho's Dream Girl Proud Run Gold From the West n/a
1998 Merengue Deb's Honor Winter Melody n/a
1997 See Your Point Double Stake Palliser Bay n/a
1996 Churchbell Chimes Cherokee Wonder Miss Slewpy n/a
1995 Valiant Jewel Night Fax Power Play n/a
1994 Open Toe Buffels Double Sixes n/a
1993 Starlight Surprise Broad Gains Stem the Tide n/a
1992 Stem the Tide Brilliant Brass Crowned n/a
1991 Dixie Accent Crowned Etiquette n/a
1950 - 1990 No Races No Races No Races 0
1949 Mother Camargo Bebita n/a
1948 Honeymoon Rampart Irisen n/a
1947 Earshot Snow Goose Legendra n/a
1946 Monsoon Rampart Good Blood n/a
1945 Good Blood Miss Keeneland Fair Ann n/a
1944 Twilight Tear Good Morning Legend Bearer n/a
1943 Silvestra Barbara Childs Kanlast n/a
1942 Vagrancy Lotopoise Rosetown n/a
1941 Shine o' Night Misty Isle Rosetown n/a

See also

  • Nellie Morse Stakes


  1. ↑ 2007 Maryland Jockey Club Media Guide, page 264 on March 3, 2007.

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