Jockey Feargal Lynch and trainers Kieron Magee, Jerry Robb and Mary Eppler clinched individual honors on a Memorial Day holiday program to close the 12-day Preakness Meet at Pimlico Race Course. Lynch, 39, entered the nine-race program with nine wins, three more than Horacio Karamanos and Rosario Montanez and four better than Laurel Park winter-spring meet titlist Jorge Vargas Jr., the only riders within reach. A native of Northern Ireland, Lynch sealed his second straight Pimlico meet crown when Vargas finished second in Monday's opener. It is the second career riding title since coming to Maryland in the spring of 2016 for Lynch, splitting top honors with Karamanos and Kevin Gomez last year. Montanez won the second race on Be Humble ($23.80) and Karamanos took the eighth aboard Munificent ($7.80) to share second place with seven wins. Julian Pimentel , who won the seventh with Questionoftheday ($6.60) was third with six wins. Based at Pimlico, Magee entered Monday's card with five wins, one more than Robb, Eppler and Jamie Ness, who all had starters on the program. Magee, who owns or shares five meet titles at Laurel, finished second with both his starters Monday, Crystal Pier in the fourth race and Expect Indy in the fifth. Robb had one win from three starters, Lippi Lorenzo ($7.20) in the opener to earn his first Pimlico title and fourth overall. Eppler, also based at Pimlico, won with her only starter Monday, Munificent ($7.80) in the eighth race. Jamie Ness, Hugh McMahon and Hall of Famer Steve Asmussen each tied for second with four wins apiece. Racing moves to Laurel Park for the 40-day summer meet starting Friday.