Highland Torree, ridden by Martin Garcia, rallied from off the pace to win the opening section of the six-furlong sprint for older distaffers, while Coco Belle, under Hall of Famer Mike Smith, led from start to finish to win her division.
Runner-up Le Tee paid $8.60 and $4.80, while Tizsweetdreams returned $2.80 to show.
In the second division, Coco Belle darted to the lead from the gate, set a comfortable pace under Smith and barely held off the late charge of 2-1 favored Silky Smooth and leading rider Rafael Bejarano to win by a nose in a quick 1:08.92.
Silky Smooth was almost three lengths in front of Unspoken Word in a field of eight.
Owned by Mr. And Mrs. Jerry Moss and trained by John Sadler, Coco Belle, a four-year-old daughter of Storm Boot, paid $7.60, $4 and $3 while earning $47,961 from a total purse of $79,935. Like Highland Torree, it was her fifth win in 15 career outings.
Silky Smooth paid $3.20 and $2.40, while Unspoken Word returned $2.80 to show.