Laurel Park turf course 2015

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Two of the 4 stakes on Laurel Park’s Saturday, Nov. 30 program will function ‘Win and In’ qualifiers for a couple of Grade 1 races at Santa Anita Park subsequent month, the Maryland Jockey Membership introduced nowadays.

Winners of the $100,000 Power the Cross Town of Laurel for 3-year-olds and $100,000 Imagining Safely Saved for 3-year-old fillies, each at seven furlongs, will earn automated access into the $300,000 Malibu (G1) and $300,000 Los angeles Brea (G1), respectively, on Wednesday, Dec. 26, opening day of Santa Anita’s winter-spring meet.

Each the Malibu and Los angeles Brea are contested at seven furlongs. If the winner of Laurel’s races pass in both race, they’re going to be given a $2,500 stipend towards go back and forth prices.

“The Maryland Jockey Membership is worked up to have this incentive for no longer handiest our homeowners and running shoes stabled in Maryland, but in addition the Mid-Atlantic Area,” mentioned Laurel’s Racing Secretary Chris Merz. “I wish to thank Santa Anita for operating with us and making this nice incentive conceivable.”  

Laurel will host 4 $100,000 stakes on Nov. 30. The Town of Laurel and Safely Saved will probably be joined via the Richard W. Small for 3-year-olds and up at 1 1/eight miles and the Thirty 8 Move Opt for fillies and mares Three and older going about 1 1/16 miles.

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