Joseph Besecker’s Nyx Warrior ($16.80) came with a steady rally on the far outside to edge Moon Virginia at the wire in Sunday’s fifth race and complete a perfect afternoon for Laurel Park’s winter meet-leading trainer Claudio Gonzalez. Gonzalez won with each of his starters Sunday, taking four of the first five races, including three in a row. His other victories came with Dr. Cerrato ($10.20) in Race 1, Cool Alley ($4.60) in Race 3 and Belmont Ride ($11.40) in Race 4. Gonzalez leads the winter meet with 36 wins and nearly $900,000 in purse earnings. On Saturday, he won Race 4 with Completed Pass ($13.80) and Race 6 with Dynamax Prime ($15.60), and was third with Tybalt in the $100,000 Private Terms and second with Rockinn On Bye in the $75,000 Not For Love. Meanwhile, jockey Sheldon Russell had a riding triple Sunday, aboard Colmont Fire ($29.80) in Race 2, Top Hat Tizzy ($6) in Race 7 and Past Perfect ($16.60) in Race 8. Also, the 20-cent Rainbow 6 went unsolved Sunday at Laurel, growing the carryover jackpot to $24,420.27 for the return of live racing Friday. The nine-race program begins with a 1:10 p.m. first post.