|The day's events include two million-dollar races for three-year-olds, the grade I Cotillion and the grade II Pennsylvania Derby.|
|Horses walk in the paddock before the Alphabet Soup Handicap, an ungraded stakes race on the turf.|
|From left, Shetan, Roadhog, SS Skittles, and Incisive Strike race toward the finish in the Alphabet Soup.|
|Roadhog, a six-year-old Pennsylvania-bred gelding ridden by Kendrick Carmouche, beats Shetan by half a length.|
|English Manor, Rosario Montanez up, takes part in the post parade for the grade III Gallant Bob Stakes, six furlongs on the dirt for three-year-olds.|
|Black Hornet (left), with Kendrick Carmouche, and City of Weston race in the Gallant Bob.|
|City of Weston, ridden by Paco Lopez, wins by 3/4 of a length.|
|Joshua Navarro will ride Dancing Afleet in the grade I Cotillion Stakes for three-year-old fillies . . .|
|. . . and Luis Saez will ride Carnival Court.|
|Kendrick Carmouche has the mount on My Happy Face.|
|Cotillion contenders Promise Me More (#8), ridden by Jose Ortiz, and Street Girl (#10), with Angel Castillo, are in the walking ring before the race.|
|Irad Ortiz Jr. rides Asiya.|
|Dancing Afleet (TR on blinkers) and Seaneen Girl, Paco Lopez up, join the Cotillion post parade.|
|Sweet Lulu (#7) and Julien Leparoux take the early lead. Both Carnival Court (#2, right) and Asiya broke through the gate before the start.|
|Close Hatches, with jockey Mike Smith, wins the Cotillion Stakes.|
The winning filly's trainer is Bill Mott.
|Close Hatches, whose damsire was Storm Cat, is owned by Juddmonte Farms.|
|Romansh, trained by Tom Albertrani, . . .|
. . .Moreno, trained by Eric Guillot, . . .
|. . . and Battier, trained by Todd Pletcher, enter the paddock for the grade II, million-dollar Pennsylvania Derby.|
|Mike Smith will ride Fury Kapcori for trainer Jerry Hollendorfer.|
D. Wayne Lukas and Jerry Hollendorfer watch as the Derby contenders circle the walking ring.
|Also in the walking ring are connections – some of them very young – of the Derby horses.|
|Transparent, ridden by Irad Ortiz Jr. and trained by Kiaran McLaughlin, takes part in the post parade.|
Will Take Charge (#7, left) is Lukas's entry in the Derby; #6 is Fury Kapcori.
|Java's War, with Julien Leparoux, is trained by Barclay Tagg.|
Moreno, right, with Jose Ortiz, leads as the horses head to the first turn.
|Will Take Charge, Luis Saez up, wins the Pennsylvania Derby by two and a quarter lengths.|
|Will Take Charge returns from the gallop out alongside Speak Logistics, ridden by Paco Lopez.|
|Owner Willis Horton, right, leads Will Take Charge into the winner's circle.|
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