Ben's Cat Day Races: Thomas McClay's Prince of Hempt, racing for the first time outside of his native Pennsylvania for his stakes debut, kept his perfect record intact by rallying along the inside in deep stretch to upset Saturday's $100,000 City of Laurel on Ben's Cat Day at Laurel Park. The 7-furlong City of Laurel for 3-year-olds was the third of six stakes worth $575,000 in purses on an 11-race program that included a tribute to the life and career of late Mid-Atlantic legend Ben's Cat, who died this summer at the age of 11. MMG Stables' multiple Grade 3 winner El Areeb, coming off a knee injury that left him unraced since March 4, contested the early lead under jockey Jevian Toledo before fading to sixth in a field of eight. ... Graded-stakes placed Berned, trained by Graham Motion and ridden by Feargal Lynch, drove down the middle of the stretch to win the $100,000 Safely Kept. Owned by Three C Stables, West Point Thoroughbreds and Robert Masiello, Berned, a 3-year-old filly by Bernardini, won by 4¼ lengths over Your Love. Multiple stakes winner Shimmering Aspen was third. The winner covered seven furlongs in 1:22.54. ... A Different Style, who broke his maiden at second asking a month ago at Parx, led from start to finish to win the $100,000 James F. Lewis by 2 ¾ lengths over 2-5 favorite Kowboy Karma. Belmont Futurity (G3) runner-up Barry Lee was third. ... Bruce Tallisman's stakes winner Take Charge Paula forged a short lead in mid-stretch, gained some separation approaching the wire and held off late-running Caught Dream'n by a head in the $100,000 Smart Halo. ... Overcoming a poor break that took him out of his usual front-running style, BB Horses' Afleet Willy came flying on the far outside to pass horses and go on to a three-quarter-length victory in Saturday's $100,000 Richard W. Small on Ben's Cat Day at Laurel Park. ... The Small for 3-year-olds and up at 11/8 miles and the $75,000 Geisha for Maryland-bred/sired fillies and mares 3 and older at one mile were among six stakes worth $575,000 in purses on an 11-race program that included a tribute to the life and career of late Mid-Atlantic legend Ben's Cat, who died this summer at the age of 11. ... Euro Stable's My Magician, favored at 3-5 in a field of six fillies and mares, swept to the lead on the far outside and drew off down the stretch to win the $75,000 Geisha by 2 ¼ lengths.