Breeze Easy LLC's Grade 3 winner Late Night Pow Wow will face five rivals in her bid for a fifth straight stakes victory and eighth consecutive win overall in Saturday's $100,000 What a Summer at Laurel Park . The 33rd running of the 6-furlong What a Summer for fillies and mares 4 and up leads off the 2019 stakes schedule in Maryland as the first of four $100,000 stakes on a nine-race program that begins at 12:30 p.m. It is joined by the Fire Plug for 4-year-olds and up, also at 6 furlongs, and the Native Dancer for 4-year-olds and up and Nellie Morse for females 4 and older, both at about 11/16 miles. A total of 65 stakes, 13 graded, worth $9.2 million in purses have been scheduled in Maryland into mid-October. Late Night Pow Wow ventured outside her home state for the first time in her career last out, routing a field that included fellow West Virginia-bred multiple stakes winner Moonlit Song and Grade 2 heroine Ms Locust Point by 5 lengths in the 6-furlong Willa On the Move Nov. 24 at Laurel. It was also the first race since trainer Javier Contreras sold his ownership share in Late Night Pow Wow to Mike Hall and Sam Ross of Breeze Easy, who Contreras said have committed to running the Fiber Sonde daughter through her 4-year-old season. Regular rider Fredy Peltroche will be back aboard from Post 2 at topweight of 124 pounds. Bred, owned and trained by Tim Grams, Moonlit Song returns for another try at Late Night Pow Wow after finishing third, a neck behind Ms Locust Point, in the Willa On the Move. The 6-year-old daughter of champion Uncle Mo is a 13-time winner from 23 career starts, including five stakes wins. Regular rider Oscar Flores gets the mount from Post 5 at 120 pounds. ... Three Diamonds Farm's Bonus Points, whose three career wins at Laurel include the 2017 Maryland Million Classic, makes a quick turnaround to race over his favorite track in the $100,000 Native Dancer. A 5-year-old son of Majestic Warrior trained by Todd Pletcher, Bonus Points also owns four seconds in seven lifetime tries over Laurel's main track. He will break from Post 5 in a field of eight under Jorge Vargas Jr., Maryland's leading rider in 2018. All horses will carry 120 pounds.