Lake Shore dunks competition en route to Laurel feature win

October 16, 1991|By Marty McGee

LAUREL -- Lake Shore bided his time until the quarter-pole, then swung out and swept to victory in yesterday's $16,500 Laurel Race Course feature.

Ridden by Gregg McCarron and trained by Hall of Famer Henry Clark, Lake Shore paid $8 to win as second choice in a field of eight allowance sprinters.

The race was just the second for Lake Shore since returning from a layoff of nearly five months.

Lake Shore, a 3-year-old son of Carnivalay, completed seven furlongs in 1 minute, 24 4/5 seconds on a fast track. He won by 3 1/4 lengths over Weather Rail, with Don Pilafidis two lengths back in third.

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