Late Night Pow Wow, owned by Breeze Easy LLC and racing for the first time outside her native West Virginia, swept to the lead on the far outside and outran fellow graded-stakes winner Ms Locust Point to the wire to capture the $100,000 Willa On the Move on a rainy Saturday at Laurel Park . The seventh running of the Willa On the Move for fillies and mares 3 and up was part of a nine-race program. With regular rider Fredy Peltroche aboard for trainer Javier Contreras, Late Night Pow Wow ($9.60) went 6 furlongs in 1:10.53 over a main track rated good for her seventh consecutive victory and ninth in 10 career starts. It was five lengths back to Barbara Fritchie (G2) winner Ms Locust Point, making her first start since June 30, in second, a neck ahead of Moonlit Song. They were followed under the line by multiple stakes winners Shimmering Aspen and Liz's Cable Girl, who had a four-race win streak snapped, Everlasting Secret and Discreet Deceit. Scratched were She's Achance Too, Zipper's Hero, Bath And Tennis and multiple stakes winner Crabcakes, who trainer Bernie Houghton said would come back in the $75,000 Politely on Dec. 29 at Laurel. Late Night Pow Wow had raced exclusively at her home base of Charles Town prior to Saturday. , entering the Willa On the Move off three straight stakes wins highlighted by the Charles Town Oaks (G3) on Sept. 22. She had a sharp half-mile work in 47 seconds over Laurel's main track Tuesday.