Updated on 09/18/2011 12:37AM

Not a good day for favorites at Philly Park

Bill Denver / EQUI-PHOTO
All Dolled Up with Anthony Black riding wins the $50,000 Mrs. Penny Stakes at Philadelphia Park on Saturday.

Favorites had a rough time Saturday at Philadelphia Park on Pennsylvania's Day at the Races card, which featured six $50,000 stakes for statebreds.

The chalk went down in four of the six races, and three of the six winners paid double-digit mutuels, topped by All Dolled Up, who won the Mrs. Penny for fillies and mares on turf at 15-1.

Aly'svalentine, slightly favored in the seven-furlong Ambassador of Luck Handicap for fillies and mares, was the only favorite to win one of the stakes that was not a steeplechase.

Aly'svalentine ($6.40) won a battle for the lead early, edged away on the turn, and went on to a 1 1/2-length victory over 9-2 shot Hailie's Girl. Defrere's Girl, off as the $2.40-1 second choice, 20 cents on a dollar higher than Aly'svalentine, ran third.

Mixed Up ($4.20) won the six-horse Flatterer Hurdle Handicap by two lengths over 8-5 shot Dark Equation.

Also on the card:

* Banjo Picker ($7.60) forced the pace from the outside, took the lead on the turn and drew clear, then staved off a strong late close by 1-2 favorite Joey Carson to win the six-furlong Devil's Honor Handicap by a half-length.

* R. Earl ($27.40), winless in six starts since last September, suddenly came to life in the 1 1/16-mile Iroquois Handicap. He dueled for the early lead, repelled a stiff challenge from Tri My Style on the turn, and drew away in the stretch to win by 4 1/4 lengths.

* Namequest, stepping up off a win in a $7,500 conditioned claimer, won the Robert W. Camac Memorial at five furlongs on turf at a $22.60 mutuel. Namequest vied for the lead from the outside and drew away in the stretch, beating 2-1 Shades of Sunny by 1 3/4 lengths in a time of 59.07 seconds. Favored In the Pocket vied for the lead early but had nothing in the stretch and finished fourth.

* All Dolled Up, winless since June 2005, did an about face in the Mrs. Penny. She went right to the front under Anthony Black and never looked back, beating runner-up Ragin Rapids by 2 1/2 lengths, with 16-1 shot Gisellous another 3 1/2 lengths back in third. Favored Redaspan was outrun early and rallied to end up fifth.- Mike DelNagro