For the second time in three days, jockey Feargal Lynch won four races on a single card at Laurel Park. Lynch won three consecutive races Saturday with 4-year-old filly Piney Blues ($6.20) in the second, 27-1 long shot Giles Fair ($56.20) in the third and 2-year-old gelding Parade of Nations ($5) in the fourth. In Saturday's featured seventh race, a $40,000 maiden special weight for 2-year-olds, Lynch guided Namcook Stable and Paul Braverman's Bellows ($11.40) to a 23/4-length victory in 1 minute, 13.22 seconds for 6 furlongs over a fast main track. It was the third start for Bellows, who finished second by a neck in his unveiling Sept. 20 at Parx and was fifth, beaten by three lengths, in a similar maiden special weight spot Oct. 15 at Keeleland. "He's a nice horse. He ran very well up at Parx and then the race in Keeneland was quite hot. To take him over there, they like him a lot," Lynch said. "He's a horse for next year and a he's a horse with a bright future, I think." Lynch also won four times on Laurel's Thanksgiving Day program. Represented by agent Scott Silver, he is the third-leading rider at the current fall meet that ends Dec. 31, trailing Jevian Toledo and Trevor McCarthy. Toledo had three wins at Laurel on Saturday while McCarthy won twice at Gulfstream Park West. Lynch is named in five of nine races both today and on a special Monday program carded to make up for the Nov. 20 cancellation forced by high winds. First-race post time both days is 12:30 p.m. There will be a 50-cent Late Pick 5 carryover of $3,678.89 today spanning races 5-9. Tickets with four of five winners Saturday returned $45.95.