Sham Say extended her career unbeaten streak to seven yesterday by winning the $50,000 Jameela Stakes at Laurel, and the 3-year-old filly appears headed for a rematch with Thirty Eight Go Go next month in Florida.

Two races after the Jameela, Parade Of Roses held off cofavorites Angelina County and Smart 'N Quick to win the $50,000 Conniver Stakes for Maryland-bred older fillies and mares.

Sham Say faced only three rivals in the Jameela, but received one of her stiffest challenges to date. She needed most of the 1 1/16-mile race to put away Fat And Foxy, then withstood late pressure to defeat North Watch by two lengths. Fat And Foxy was third, six lengths ahead of last-place Barbara's Last, who nonetheless earned $2,500. Let 'Em Fly was scratched.

The 1-to-10 favorite, Sham Say keyed an exacta worth $5.

Although Sham Say's trainer, Bernie Bond, said he thought the gray filly would "win easier," he believes the Jameela will adequately prepare her for the $150,000 Bonnie Miss Stakes at Gulfstream Park on March 2. Trainer King Leatherbury confirmed that Thirty Eight Go Go would accompany Sham Say on the van ride south for the 1 1/16-mile race; neither filly is expected to race before then.

The Bonnie Miss would be Sham Say's first race outside Maryland. Bond's reluctance to test the filly in higher-quality stakes out of state was cited by a panel of voters who selected Thirty Eight Go Go over Sham Say as last year's champion Maryland-bred 2-year-old filly, although Sham Say was undefeated and had won both of their head-to-head confrontations.

"I think today's race was a good work for her," Bond said. "I was a bit worried coming in because she had worked when the track was real sloppy, and Benny {jockey Feliciano} had to be extra careful with her. Off this race, she should be ready to face those killers in Florida."

There was nothing murderous about Sham Say's competition yesterday. North Watch was the only other stakes winner, and she had to travel to Charles Town to attain that status. But it was the former claimer, Fat And Foxy, who pressured Sham Say most.

Sham Say, stalked by Fat And Foxy to midstretch, finished in 1:44 and earned $32,500 for Eugene Ford Sr. and Zelma Morrison of Bethesda.

Parade Of Roses eclipsed $100,000 in earnings with her half-length victory over Angelina County in the Conniver. The 5-year-old bay mare had failed to win four stakes since the summer, but she blossomed yesterday under jockey Vince Bracciale Jr.

Trained by Dick Small, Parade Of Roses overtook Safe At The Plate at the top of the lane and completed seven furlongs in 1:23 1/5. She won $32,500 for owner-breeder S. Bonsal White of Monkton, Md.