Laurel Park: Returning Apprentice Marquez Triples; Holiday Card Includes Rainbow 6 Carryover

There will be a carryover of $6,787.65 in the 20-cent Rainbow 6 when live racing returns to Laurel Park for a special Martin Luther King Jr. holiday program Monday.

Post time for the first of nine races is 12:25 p.m. ET.

Multiple tickets with all six winners were sold in Sunday’s Rainbow 6, each returning $1,346.82.

Monday’s Rainbow 6 sequence spans Races 4-9 and includes the Race 7 feature, a six-furlong allowance for Maryland-bred/sired 4-year-olds and up. Joseph Besecker and Imaginary Stables’ Redeem Eddie, beaten a head in each of his last two starts, is the 3-1 program favorite.

Also entered are Stone Courageous, runner-up in the 2019 Maryland Million Nursery and Maryland Juvenile Futurity; Tommy Shelby, third in the 2019 Maryland Juvenile Futurity; and Bernie’s On Fire, unraced since finishing off the board in the 2020 Miracle Wood last February.

Maryland’s leading apprentice of 2020, 17-year-old jockey Charlie Marquez registered a hat trick Sunday aboard Invest ($10) in Race 2, Big Hambone ($8.60) in Race 5 and Flyin It ($4.40) in Race 9 … Jockey Sheldon Russell doubled with Maliceinthepalace ($11.20) in Race 3 and Vibrancy ($6.20) in Race 7 … Trainer Claudio Gonzalez, in South Florida to prepare 2020 Pimlico Special (G3) winner Harpers First Ride for a start in the $3 million Pegasus World Cup (G1) Jan. 23 at Gulfstream, was represented to two winners – Lost My Vowcher ($16) in Race 4 and Sugar Daddy ($16.40) in Race 6.

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