Five stakes winners are among the field of nine older horses set for today's eighth race at Laurel Park, an open $50,000 scheduled for 1 mile over the turf course. Marengo Road, a stakes winner on turf and dirt, and multiple stakes winners Franklin Towers and Bodhisattva are joined by Laurel grass stakes winners Eyeplayeveryday and Talk Show Man in a race that precedes the featured $75,000 Concern for 3-year-olds on the dirt. Trained by Mike Trombetta, who is tied for second with nine wins at the current summer meet, Marengo Road won the Miracle Wood on dirt and the James W. Murphy on turf last year, both at one mile. He didn't race again for 11 months until finishing off the board in the Henry Clark on April 22 at Laurel and has since run sixth in the Red Bank (G3) at Monmouth Park and fifth by two lengths in an optional claimer June 15 at Delaware Park. ... After making six straight graded-stakes starts, including several Triple Crown preps, Lael Stables' home-bred No Dozing is back in Maryland and sprinting for the first time since last fall in today's $75,000 Concern. The 7-furlong Concern for 3-year-olds honors Robert E. Meyerhoff's Maryland-bred multi-millionaire, whose four career graded-stakes wins for trainer Dickie Small included the 1994 Breeders' Cup Classic (G1) and 1995 Californian (G1).