Laurel Park Rolls Into Closing Weekend With Several Carryovers

No one had all five winners in the 50-cent Late Pick 5 Tuesday, triggering a carryover of $10,245.41 when Laurel Park kicks off its fall meet-ending weekend with a nine-race program Friday, Dec. 29.

Magnato Go’s $42 upset in Tuesday’s ninth-race finale left tickets with four of five winners in the Late Pick 5 worth $245.05.

There will also be a jackpot carryover of $3,157.87 in the 20-cent Rainbow 6, after going unsolved Tuesday. Tickets with four of six winners returned $50.42.

Friday’s Rainbow 6 spans Races 4-9 while the Late Pick 5 covers Races 5-9.

A carryover of $785.34 will be available in Friday’s opener. First race post time is 12:30 p.m.

The father and son combination of Steve and Wes Hamilton combined to win four of nine races Tuesday. Steve ‘Cowboy’ Hamilton took the opener aboard Cal Lynch-trained Noregretsfornow ($3.80) and the fourth race with Cobh for trainer Mark Reid, while 10-pound apprentice Wes Hamilton, 19, won the fifth on Tiz Surprised ($24.80) and the seventh on Ten Carat Diamond ($8).

Trainer Lacey Gaudet and jockey Elvis Trujillo teamed up to win back-to-back races with No More Excuses ($19.20) in the second and Enterprise Value ($8.60) in the third.

Laurel’s 62-day fall meet wraps up Sunday, Dec. 31. The winter-spring meet opens Monday, Jan. 1.

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