Lazy Lane Farm-bred horses scored a double over the weekend, kicked off with homebred Rapid Rhythm at Pimlico on Friday. The 3-year-old daughter of Successful Appeal won a Laurel Park allowance by a gutsy nose after a fierce duel in the straight. The Susan Cooney trainee broke her maiden in her debut in March, scoring by the better part of 2 lengths at Fairgrounds.
Strong Stipulation, now owned by West Point Thoroughbreds, put in an impressive allowance win at Delaware on Saturday, despite drifting in the stretch. The 4-year-old Lemon Drop Kid gelding was ticking off his second lifetime win in the 6-furlong contest, paying $9 to win. Strong Stipulation is trained by Graham Motion.