An old track and some new equipment proved to be a winning combination for Lael Stables' homebred No Dozing, who was able to overcome an awkward break, an off track and a formidable challenge on the far turn to capture Saturday's $75,000 Concern at Laurel Park. The 7-furlong Concern for 3-year-olds is named for Robert E. Meyerhoff's Maryland-bred multi-millionaire whose four career graded stakes wins for late trainer Dickie Small included the 1994 Breeders' Cup Classic (G1) and 1995 Californian (G1). Trained by Fair Hill-based Arnaud Delacour, No Dozing ($3.60) had not reached the winner's circle in six tries after an entry-level optional claiming allowance victory last September. ... Michael J. Harrison's Talk Show Man, narrowly beaten as a long shot in the Mister Diz last time out, came with a relentless run on the extreme outside to catch Marengo Road and win Saturday's eighth race by a neck. The open $50,000 allowance for 3-year-olds and up was the first win for Talk Show Man ($6.60) since a nose victory in the 2015 Henry S. Clark at Pimlico.