Laural Park Race Track

Laurel Park

Main Track: and one-eighth Mile, oval.
Turf Course: One Mile.
Distance from last turn to finish line: 1,014 feet.

Post Times
1:10 p.m.


Exotic Wagering Format
$1. Daily Double on 1st, 2nd and last two races.
$1. Exacta on all races.
$1. Superfectas on 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th and last race. (8th on 8 race cards)
$1. Trifectas on all races.
$1. Pick 3 on race 2-4, 6-8, and 8-10(10 and 11 race cards).
$1. Pick 4 on races 4-7.

Takeout Information
Win, place, and show: 18%
Daily Double and Exacta: 21%
Trifecta, Superfecta and Pick-3: 25.75%
Pick-4: 14%

Contact Information

Mailing Address:
Laurel Racing Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 130
Laurel, Maryland 20725

Street Address:
Racetrack Road & Route 198
Laurel, Maryland 20725

Telephone: (301) 725-0400 (410) 792-7775
Fax: (410) 732-4877
Website: www.laurelpark.com

Laurel Park opened in 1911, and has gone through many changes in ownership and renovation throughout its long history. Laurel Park’s most famous renovation was the creation of the Sports Palace in 1985. The renovation was the first of its kind in the world of horse racing. The $2 million addition combined the look-and-feel of a casino with bold new technology that included computerized handicapping and a video race library. The facility was an immense success and has been imitated at other race tracks around the world. Laurel Park has seen many famous horses race on its track, including the legendary Barbaro, who holds the record time for 1 1/16 miles on the turf course.

Stakes Races
Frank J. DeFrancis Memorial Dash Stakes (Gr.1)
Barbara Fritchie Handicap (Gr. 2)
General George Handicap (Gr. 2)
Laurel Futurity (Gr. 3)
Conniver Stakes
Dahlia Stakes
Dancing Count Stakes
Fire Plug Stakes
Harrison E. Johnson Memorial Handicap
Horatus Stakes
John B. Campbell Stakes
Marshua Stakes
Maryland Racing Media Handicap
Miracle Wood Stakes
Native Dancer Stakes
Nellie Morse Stakes
Primonetta Stakes
Private Terms Stakes
Smart Halo Stakes
What a Summer Stakes
Wide Country Stakes