Late Night Pow Wow, riding a seven-race win streak, and fellow graded-stakes winner Ms Locust Point top 15 horses nominated to the $100,000 What a Summer Stakes on Saturday at Laurel Park . The 6-furlong What a Summer for fillies and mares is one of four $100,000 stakes for 4-year-olds and up that attracted a total of 80 nominations and kick off the 2019 Maryland stakes schedule. Also scheduled are the Nellie Morse for females and Native Dancer at about 11/16 miles and the 6-furlong Fire Plug. They are the first of 15 stakes worth $1.75 million in purses at Laurel's winter meet, which opened Tuesday and runs through March 31. Breeze Easy's Late Night Pow Wow extended her win streak in the 6-furlong Willa On the Move Nov. 24 at Laurel, the 4-year-old West Virginia-bred filly's first race outside of her home state, where she won the Charles Town Oaks (G3) on Sept. 22. Cash is King and Jim Reichenberg's Ms Locust Point opened her 5-year-old season with an easy three-length allowance win Jan. 1, her first start since finishing second to Late Night Pow Wow in the Willa On the Move. It was the first loss in five tries at Laurel for the Dialed In mare, winner of the Barbara Fritchie (G2) in 2018.