|Purrfect Bluff, ridden by Stewart Elliott, takes part in the post parade before winning race 6 by a neck. Like all of the races on Ladies' Day, this one, a five-furlong allowance moved from turf to dirt, was open only to female horses.|
|A racing fan, dressed in pink for Ladies' Day, watches horses enter the paddock.|
|Alexandra Rylee, in the walking ring before race 7, was scratched from the seven-furlong contest for two-year-olds after incurring a slight injury in the starting gate.|
|First Love awaits the start of race 7. She finished last of seven.|
|Dixie City, Angel Arroyo up, wins the seventh race by five lengths.|
|Even the programs were pink for Ladies' Day.|
|Honor Hymn, with Hiram Rivera, wins race 8 . . .|
|. . . and Crimson Glory, Joel Rosario up, is fourth. The five-furlong event, originally scheduled for turf, was run on the dirt.|
Spacy Tracy finds herself in the winner's circle after race 9. She beat five others in the mile and one-sixteenth contest, which was moved from turf to dirt.
|Blind Luck, having won nine of her thirteen lifetime starts, enters the paddock as the favorite in the grade II Cotillion Stakes for three-year-old fillies.|
Havre de Grace (with jockey Jeremy Rose) gets ready to face Blind Luck for the third time, after losing to her by a nose in the Delaware Oaks and by a neck in the Alabama.
|Awesome Maria joins the post parade for the $750,000 Cotillion.|
Bonnie Blue Flag (#4, with Kendrick Carmouche), Absinthe Minded, and Awesome Maria are at the front of the five-horse field at the start of the Cotillion.
|Approaching the finish, Havre de Grace has the lead. Blind Luck, after trailing for much of the mile and a sixteenth, tries to catch her.|
|Jeremy Rose looks back at the rapidly approaching Blind Luck.|
|Blind Luck, ridden by Joel Rosario, takes second as Havre de Grace hangs on to win by a neck.|
|The Cotillion gave Havre de Grace her third win in seven starts.|
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