Journeyman rider Victor Carrasco, the Eclipse Award-winning apprentice of 2013 sidelined for the past nine months by injury, will launch his latest comeback with a pair of mounts on today's 10-race program at Laurel Park . Ranked among Maryland's leading riders since coming to the U.S. from his native Puerto Rico in March 2013, Carrasco has not ridden in a race since breaking the fibula and tibia in his right leg in a five-horse spill at Delaware Park Sept. 14, 2017. Carrasco, who turns 26 on June 28, is named aboard Three Ms Racing's Mythos, a 7-year-old gelding trained by Jonathan Maldonado, in today's fifth race, a $17,000 claiming event for 3-year-olds and up going seven furlongs, and Fitzhugh LLC's Maryland homebred Another Broad, a 3-year-old filly from the barn of trainer Mike Trombetta, in Race 7, a $33,000 waiver maiden claiming event at 6 furlongs. Carrasco was hurt when his mount, Really, fell while leading the field in the 1-mile turf race. Four other jockeys were thrown including 53-year-old Jose Ferrer, who was able to return from major internal injuries over the winter in Florida. A painstaking rehabilitation followed for Carrasco that included swimming, cycling, jogging and extensive physical therapy at the Dorsey Hall Medical Center in Ellicott City, part of Medstar's National Rehabilitation Network. He first began getting back on horses again May 22.