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Wide Country Stakes top three finishers and starters

This is a listing of the horses that finished in either first, second, or third place and the number of starters in the Wide Country Stakes (1994-2010), an American Thoroughbred Stakes race for fillies age three years-old at seven furlongs run on dirt at Laurel Park Racecourse in Laurel, Maryland.[1]


Year Winner Second Third Starters
2010 Jim's Prospect That’s How I Roll Gator Prowl 8
2009 Saarlight Strut the Canary Haley’s Lollipop 8
2008 Armonk Hartigan Kosmo's Buddy n/a
2007 Bare Dancer Laila's Punch Wow Me Free n/a
2006 Celestial Legend Cantora Sea Pines n/a
2005 Amazing Buy Take a Check Rutledge Ballado n/a
2004 He Loves Me Via Sacra Pawyne Princess n/a
2003 Powers Prospect Blushing Valleys Grace Bay n/a
2002 Shop Till You Drop Spelling True Sensation n/a
2001 Strike It Up Sunshine In Paris Sweep Dreams n/a
2000 Case of the Blues Zenith Stateliness n/a
1999 Synchronized Mysterious Jak Willow Place n/a
1998 Cigar Charlie Leave No Prints Prima Neenya n/a
1997 Salt It Smart Erin Suspicious Lady n/a
1996 Hay Let's Dance Dance for Jan Colonial Review n/a
1995 # Norstep Special Broad Cal At Short n/a
1995 # Quite Proper Crescent Park Minnie's Brat n/a
1994 Brilliant Prospect Cherokee Wonder Platinum Punch n/a

A # designates that the race was run in two divisions in 1995.

See also

References

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


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