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Private Terms 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 Private Terms Stakes, an American stakes race for three year-olds at 1-1/8 miles on dirt. It is considered the key Triple Crown Prep Race held at Laurel Park Racecourse in Laurel, Maryland.[1] (List 1990-present)


Year Winner Second Third Starters
2010 Plantation Reckless Runner Regal Warrior 7
2009 St. John's Gospel Not for Silver Hehasnosay n/a
2008 Double or Nothing Regal Solo Vanderkaay n/a
2007 Etude Saratoga Lulaby Not for Money n/a
2006 Our Peak Ah Day Sunshine Alpine n/a
2005 Malibu Moonshine Hello Jerry Monster Chaser n/a
2004 Water Cannon Acclimate Major Tanner n/a
2003 Sky Soilder Skycrossing Moses Jerome n/a
2002 Magic Weisner The Slewickley Kid Root With Style n/a
2001 Bay Eagle Marciano Charlie's Cards n/a
2000 Pickupspeed Connect Inner Harbour n/a
1999 Hary's Halo Seven Pipers Lead Em Home n/a
1998 Monk's Falcon Sparton Cat Find the Facts n/a
1997 Dr. Best Fearless Play Cryptocloser n/a
1996 Mixed Count Shananie's Wish Silver Dollar Kids n/a
1995 Flying Punch Oliver's Twist He's Got Gall n/a
1994 Looming Justalittleshower Wise Judgement n/a
1993 Chip's Dancer Bounding Daisy Asset Impression n/a
1992 Ameri Valay Exit West America the Free n/a
1991 Haymaker Colonel Hill He Is Rise n/a
1990 Baron de Vaux Flying Feet Will Lacy n/a

References

  1. Stakes Histories, The Original Racing Almanac 2009, page 374 on June 26, 2008.



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