ETOBICOKE, Ontario - Saratoga shipper Bridgetown polished off a quality field Saturday at Woodbine in the Grade 3, , a Breeders' Cup Win and You're event. \nBridgetown ($10.80) tracked the front-running favorite, Stormy Lord, through quick fractions in the one-mile turf race for 2-year-olds. \nBridgetown assumed command at the three-sixteenths pole, and then coasted home on top by 1 1/2 lengths over Becky's Kitten, who nosed out Fantastico Roberto for third. Stormy Lord faded to fifth in the 10-horse field. \nThe victory secured Bridgetown a spot in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf. Robert Landry rode the BC-nominated Bridgetown, who is trained by Ken McPeek. \nSaid Landry, "I spoke to Kenny this morning, and he wanted to try and settle him, without getting into a fight with him. He settled nicely, and when the time counted, he kicked. He could be a serious horse."\nBridgetown, who was making his stakes debut off a maiden win at Saratoga, covered the distance in 1:35.04. He banked $180,000 for Melnyk Racing Stable.\nBay to Bay holds on in Natalma\nBay to Bay ($9.10) held off 10-1 shot Jungle Tale in the final furlong to take the Grade 3, .\nDavid Clark rode Bay to Bay, who dueled with the favored Irish invader, Elusive Galaxy, through moderate fractions in the one-mile turf race for 2-year-old fillies.\nBay to Bay took control early in the stretch, and prevailed by three-quarters of a length, in a time of 1:36.06 over the firm going.\nErnfold wound up another length and three-quarters back in third, after a troubled trip. Elusive Galaxy, who was 1-9 in the early wagering, finished fourth at even money in the nine-horse field.\nBrian Lynch trains Bay to Bay, who earned $90,000 in her first stakes score for owner Robert Smithen.\nAlthough the Natalma is a Breeders' Cup Win and You're In race, giving its winner a spot in the BC Juvenile Fillies Turf, Lynch was unsure of plans for Bay to Bay.\n"She's not eligible to the Breeders' Cup, and there's a considerable supplement involved," said Lynch. "I'm going to have to talk to Mr. Smithen about it. She always showed that she's a little bit special. She's the best 2-year-old we've got in the barn right now."