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What A Summer 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 (1978-2010), 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 Sweet Goodbye Royale Michele Cuvee Uncorked 10
2009 Access Fee All Giving Now It Begins 11
2008 Silmaril All Giving La Chica Rica 8
2007 Silmaril Scheing E Jet La Chica Rica 7
2006 Flame of love Spirited Game See Alice 10
2005 Sensibly Chic Wallop Bronze Abe 9
2004 Bronze Abe Bamba Gazillion 7
2003 Xtra Heat Gazillion Bernie's Gold 6
2002 Outstanding Info Bedside Manner Prized Stamp n/a
2001 Doc Calls Her Kate Ivy's Jewel It's a True Ring n/a
1993 - 2000 - No Races No Races No Races 0
1992 Carnirainbow Bocamis Nostarch n/a
1991 Set to Fly Gala Gold Digger Good Looking Terri n/a
1990 Gala Goldilocks Nicki Indian Anthem n/a
1989 Valay Maid Lucky Lady Lauren She's a Champ n/a
1988 Hard Headed Woman Bearing Testamony Don't Be Foolish n/a
1987 Sham Say Gina's Double Gilded Production n/a
1986 Wainee Church Safe At the Plate Precious Tiffini n/a
1985 Gala de Oro Timelessleigh Quadorian n/a
1984 Artful Girl Via Venito Well Founded n/a
1983 Sea Siren Dancing Dot Scherzo's Last n/a
1982 Kattegat's Pride Lady of Cornwall Jove's Lady n/a
1981 Privacy Lava Bobbin Contrary Rose n/a
1980 Denim Gal Rolling Mill Jameela n/a
1979 Silver Ice Bare Facts Paddock Calls n/a
1978 Debby's Turn Moonlight Jig Silver Ice n/a

See also

References

  1. 2007 Maryland Jockey Club Media Guide, page 384 on March 3, 2007.


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