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Safely Kept 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 Safely Kept Breeders' Cup Stakes, a grade 3 American thoroughbred race for three-year olds fillies run at six furlongs on dirt at Laurel Park Racecourse Template:Country data Maryland in Laurel, Maryland.[1]


First Place

Second Place

Third Place


2008 no race no race no race 0
2007 Sindey with an S Ticket to Seattle Change Up 7
2006 Wild Gams Wildcat Bettie B G City Gal 8
2005 Trickle of Gold Maddalena Partners Due 5
2004 Bending Strings Smokey Glacken Then She Laughs 6
2003 Randaroo Follow Me Home Awesome Charm 8
2002 Miss Lodi For Rubies Wilzada 8
2001 Kimbralata Carafe Stormy Pick 8
2000 Swept Away Another Cat Cay 8
1999 Godmother Superduper Miss Rills 7
1998 Hair Spray Expensive Issue Ninth Inning 8
1997 Weather Vane Vegas Prospector Requesting More 7
1996 J J's Dream Flat Fleet Feet Rare Blend 5
1995 Broad Smile Scotzanna Shebatim's Trick 7
1994 Twist Afleet Penny's Reshoot Our Royal Blue 7
1993 Miss Indy Anna Ann Dear Lily of the North 7
1992 Meafara Squirm Super Doer 6
1991 Missy's Mirage Withallprobability Corporate Fund 5
1990 Voodoo Lily Miss Spentyouth Catchamenot 8
1989 Safely Kept Cojinx Kathleen the Queen 5
1988 Clever Power Lake Valley Ready Jet Go 8
1987 Endless Surprise Bea Quality Miracle Wood 7
1986 Debtor's Prison Night Above Bea Quality 6

See also


  1. 2007 Maryland Jockey Club Media Guide, page 37 on March 3, 2007.


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