Felter On The Quay, a 3-year-old colt by Full Out, seeks his fifth consecutive victory today in the $50,000-added Terrapin Handicap at Pimlico. The bay again will be ridden by Matt Vigliotti and will carry 116 pounds.

Felter On The Quay has won six races this year, including the Shecky Greene and Delaware Valley handicaps. He has earned more than $145,000 and is expected to be the favorite. Prince Valid, winner of the Terrapin two years ago, has had several good workouts since being medicated with Lasix. He has also been assigned 116 pounds and will be ridden by Paul Nicol.

This will be the 10th running of the race, over six furlongs, and the winner will earn $37,180.

Completing the field are Medieval Love, Bryantown, Chief Steward, Sir Damascus, Niosk, Vincennes Road, Ultramate, Rambler Red and Fuddy Dud.

Set The Way closed with a burst of speed to win the feature race at Pimlico today by a nose over Charlotte's Fancy. Keen Response held well for third, a half-length farther back.

Set The Way was ridden by Donald Miller, who was winning his third race of the afternoon. The 3-year-old filly paid $10.60 and topped a 6-2 exacta worth $49.20.