More: Sue Mancilla's Sebray ($18.40) captured Sunday's seventh race, a $19,000 claiming event for 4-year-olds and up, to give journeyman Horacio Karamanos his first win since returning from injury over the weekend. Karamanos, a perennial leading rider in Maryland who earned his 2,000th career victory last summer at Laurel, suffered a minor fracture of his T-5 vertebra when thrown from his mount, Marie From Parie, Jan. 14 at Laurel. He began getting on horses again last week for trainer Mary Eppler at Palm Meadows, Gulfstream Park's satellite training facility in Palm Beach County, Fla., returning to the irons Friday at Laurel. ... Jockey Jomar Torres visited the winner's circle twice Sunday with Pachi Cruze ($9.80) in the second race and Young American ($4.40) in the fifth. Torres is third in the rider standings with 21 wins, four behind runner-up, apprentice Wes Hamilton, who was first with Punch Nephew ($4) in the ninth after picking up four winners Saturday. Meet-leading rider Jorge Vargas Jr. took off his remaining three mounts with back spasms. ... Racing returns Friday with a jackpot carryover of $109,253.01 in the 20-cent Rainbow 6, which covers Races 4-9. There will also be a carryover of $2,243.49 in the $1 Super Hi-5. Racing will start at 1:10 p.m.