Apprentice jockey Lauralea Glaser, 20, made her riding debut in Wednesday's second race at Laurel Park, rallying from last aboard Breezy Girl to earn her first lifetime win. "It doesn't get better than this," said Glaser, a 20-year-old native of Buffalo, N.Y. "I am ecstatic. I can't believe it." Glaser, a graduate of the Chris McCarron's North American Riding Academy, was riding for trainer Ricky Sillaman, who put her atop the 5-year-old Maryland-bred mare. Breezy Girl, a 5-year-old daughter of Scipion, won for the second time since being claimed for $5,000 at Delaware Park in July. Her most recent try was a disappointing ninth-place finish in the Maryland Million Distaff Starter Handicap on Oct. 18. On Wednesday she broke with the pack, then dropped back steadily until she was last around the far turn before mounting a steady run to reach the front in 1 minute, 41.83 seconds for 1 mile over the fast main track. She won by three-quarters of a length over Clouds of Titan and paid $8.40.