Runnymede Racing LLC's Alwaysmining won his fourth consecutive race and third consecutive stakes with a 41/4-length victory in Saturday's $100,000 Miracle Wood presented by Blackwell Real Estate at Laurel Park . A 3-year-old gelded son of Stay Thirsty, trained by Kelly Rubley and ridden by Daniel Centeno, Alwaysmining covered the mile in 1:35.27. Gray Magician, who shipped from California, finished second by a nose over Tybalt. Alwaysmining, a Maryland-bred coming into the Miracle Wood off a victory Dec. 29 in the Heft at Laurel, went to the front under Centeno and cruised through surprisingly mild fractions of :24.23 and :47.51 while Wendell Fong and Gray Magician chased the leader. Entering the stretch, Centeno asked Alwaysmining and the colt responded by opening up to a clear advantage. Breeze Easy's Late Night Pow Wow extended her win streak to nine races in dramatic fashion, turning away defending champion Ms Locust Point and holding off Grade 1 winner Spiced Perfection to win the $250,000 Barbara Fritchie (G3) by a head. .... Three Diamonds Farm's Bonus Points, trailing all but one horse after a half-mile, swept to the lead on the far outside and outfought favored Monongahela through the stretch to win the $100,000 John B. Campbell. ... Saddling just her 18th starter as a trainer and first in a stakes race, Jenn Patterson admitted she "definitely had tears in my eyes" when Uncontested, owned by Robert LaPenta and Harry Rosenblum, went nearly gate-to-wire to win the $250,000 General George Saturday afternoon at Laurel Park. ... Making her stakes debut and first start since breaking her maiden, Las Setas (9-1), 3-year-old Maryland-bred daughter of Seville, led throughout to win Saturday's Wide Country Stakes by 5 ½ lengths over Our Super Freak. Crafty's Dream finished third. Bred by Robert Manfuso and trainer Katharine Voss and owned by Manfuso, Voss and Wayne Harrison, Las Setas covered seven furlongs in 1:22.99 under jockey Jevian Toledo in her first trip over a fast track.