Miss Inclusive goes the distance in Maryland Racing Media S.

Miss Inclusive, a 5-year-old daughter of Include, tallied a front-running score in the $100,000 Maryland Racing Media S. on a very snowy Saturday afternoon at Laurel Park.

Winner of the Parx Oaks at three, Miss Inclusive is now 5-0-4 in 15 lifetime starts and has earned $194,375 for owners Main Line Racing Stable and Joshtylane Farm.

Going the “about” distance of 1 1/16-miles on a muddy track, Miss Inclusive made her way to the front going into the first turn and was never headed at any point. Line of Best Fit made a run for the lead entering the stretch, but Miss Inclusive shook her off to go on to win by 3 1/2-lengths.

Include already has five stakes horses in 2018, including Mishegas, who was finished second in the $60,000 Old Hickory S. at Gulfstream Park on Saturday. 

Miss Inclusive was bred in Kentucky by Brereton C. Jones out of Miss Pickums, winner of the Golden Rod S. (G2).