Trevor McCarthy continued his dominance of the jockey standings, and in the process helped trainer Jamie Ness to his first Maryland meet title in four years as the Preakness Meet at Pimlico closed with a Memorial Day holiday program Monday. McCarthy, 25, finished the 12-day stand with 13 wins, defeating Jorge Vargas Jr. and seven-pound apprentice Avery Whisman, who tied for second. It is the fourth consecutive meet title for McCarthy, all since returning to the circuit full-time last fall, the previous three coming at Laurel Park. Represented by Scott Silver, McCarthy captured Monday’s opener with National Honor ($9.80) for trainer Jane Cibelli. He owns 10 meet titles overall in Maryland including previous Pimlico crowns in 2014 and 2016, when he led all state riders in victories. Ness, 45, ended the Preakness meet with nine wins, four more than Graham Motion and Claudio Gonzalez, for his fifth title in Maryland and first since the spring 2015 stand at Pimlico.