|Kristina McManigell and Tight Rope are the winners in race 4, a five and a half furlong maiden claiming event for 2-year-old fillies. Cotillion Stakes Day is also known as Ladies Day, and only mares and fillies race.|
|Golden Mystery (left), a 5-year-old mare trained by Juan Guerrero and ridden by Kendrick Carmouche, passes Winning Image (Eddie Castro up) on her way to victory in race 5, a six-furlong allowance on the dirt. Winning Image finished third.|
Golden Mystery has her photo taken in the winner's circle . . .
|. . . while last-place finisher Taking a Chance heads back to the barn.|
|Roberto Alvarado Jr. climbs aboard Blazeaway before race 6, a five and a half-furlong maiden claiming race for 2-year-old fillies.|
|Love Contract, John Bisono up, wins race 6.|
|Janice Blake-Baeza has the mount on Imagine Now for race 7, the second of three female jockey challenge races, in which only women jockeys may compete.|
Dreaming of Rose (center), Tara Hemmings up, is on her way to winning race 7, a claiming race for fillies and mares three and upward.
|Dreaming of Rose, who was claimed in race 7 for $7500, leaves the winner's circle to go to the barn of her new owner.|
|Melpomene enters the paddock before the Brandywine Stakes for 2-year-old fillies.|
Say a Novena, Rafael Bejarano up, wins the Brandywine Stakes by six and a half lengths. Flor de Amelia (left, with Kyle Frey) is second.
|Say a Novena leaves the winner's circle.|
|Coco's Sweetie gets dressed for the PA Horse Breeders Distaff Stakes, one and one-sixteenth miles for fillies and mares three and upwards.|
|Ann's Smart Dancer is escorted to the starting gate after tossing her jockey and running off before the race. She finished fifth in the six-horse field, ending her 5 for 5 Parx win streak.|
|Coco's Sweetie (#1), Josiah Hampshire Jr. up, races to victory in the PA Horse Breeders Distaff Stakes, beating Diva's Gold (right, with Jose Flores), by a nose.|
|Josiah Hampshire Jr. and Coco's Sweetie head to the winner's circle.|
|Cotillion Stakes contenders Love and Pride, left, trained by Todd Pletcher, and Halo Dolly, below, trained and partly owned by Jerry Hollendorfer, head to the paddock before the race.|
|It's Tricky, trained by Kiaran McLaughlin and ridden by Eddie Castro, joins the post parade before the 42nd running of the grade II Cotillion Stakes, one mile and a sixteenth for 3-year-old fillies.|
From left: Buster's Ready, Love and Pride, It's Tricky, Plum Pretty, Halo Dolly and Daring Reality break from the gate. Buster's Ready is trained by Todd Pletcher, and Daring Reality by Cathal Lynch.
|Plum Pretty, trained by Bob Baffert and ridden by Rafael Bejarano, wins the Cotillion Stakes. It's Tricky was second, followed by longshot Daring Reality.|
|Four-year-old filly Jadaluci and jockey Maria Remedio take part in the post parade for a one-mile maiden claiming race for 3, 4, and 5-year-old fillies and mares, the third female jockey challenge event and last race of the day.|
|Sarasota Empress, ridden by Tara Hemmings, is in the lead as the horses turn for home in the eleventh and final race. The 3-year-old filly, trained by Tony Dutrow, won the race and, with this second challenge-race victory, Hemmings won the ladies jockey challenge contest.|
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