More Laurel Park: Jacks or Better Farm's stakes-winning homebred Fellowship, racing for the first time since an eighth-place finish in the Preakness (G1) in May, swept to the lead on the far outside and powered down the stretch to win the co-featured eighth race. Fellowship ($17.80), making his first start for trainer Ken Decker, ran seven furlongs in 1:22.30 over a fast main track in the $45,000 second-level optional claiming allowance for 3-year-olds and up. ... The 20-cent Rainbow 6 was solved by one lucky bettor for a $21,385.90 jackpot payoff to cap the Easter Sunday program. ... Jockey Steve Hamilton swept the late daily double aboard Fellowship ($17.80) in the eighth race and Sister Says ($10.60) in the ninth. Jockey Alex Cintron also had a pair of winners with Oak Bluffs ($12.40) in the fifth and Made Bail ($49.80) in the seventh. ... Jockey Julian Pimentel, ranked among the leading riders at Laurel's current winter-sprint meet, will miss the next four to six weeks with two broken toes, agent Roniel Gerardo said. Pimentel was injured when he was thrown from his mount, 3-year-old filly Quick Witted, while waiting to load for Saturday's 10th race finale at Laurel, a $40,000 maiden special weight on the Kelso Turf Course. Trained by Hamilton Smith and making her second lifetime start, Quick Witted was a late scratch. Pimentel was replaced on each of his mounts Sunday, the first of which, Jacapo ($12.80) won the second race under jockey Forest Boyce. A 36-year-old native of Columbia with more than 1,500 career wins, Pimentel ranked sixth in Laurel's standings with 26 wins.