SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. - Devil May Care, the East Coast&rsquo;s leading 3-year-old filly, finished her preparations for her showdown with the West Coast&rsquo;s Blind Luck in next Saturday&rsquo;s Grade 1 Alabama by working four furlongs in 48.34 seconds Sunday morning over Saratoga&rsquo;s main track.\r\nWorking in company with the Grade 3-winning colt Colizeo, Devil May Care, went in fractions of 12.80 seconds, a half-mile in 24.65, and came home in 23.69.\r\n&ldquo;I thought she worked really, really well,&rdquo; trainer Todd Pletcher said. &ldquo;She was full of run throughout. She looks like she&rsquo;s doing as well as she&rsquo;s ever done, training great; just trying to keep her the way she is.&rdquo;\r\nDevil May Care comes into the Alabama off of wins in the Mother Goose at Belmont in June and the Coaching Club American Oaks here in July. Both Grade 1 wins came following Devil May Care&rsquo;s 10th-place finish in the Kentucky Derby. Devil May Care also won her career debut over Saratoga&rsquo;s main track.\r\nPletcher said he is looking forward to the Devil May Care-Blind Luck matchup in the 1 1/4-mile Alabama.\r\n&ldquo;A mile and a quarter suits our filly very well,&rdquo; Pletcher said. &ldquo;She obviously likes this track; she&rsquo;s 2 for 2 here, she&rsquo;s always trained well on it. I have a lot of respect for Blind Luck, she&rsquo;s a top-class filly and she&rsquo;s relentless. You&rsquo;re always worried when you run against someone like that, but we&rsquo;re very, very pleased with our filly, and it&rsquo;s the kind of matchup we&rsquo;re looking forward to.&rdquo;\r\nLife At Ten works for Personal Ensign\r\nLife At Ten, who is pointing to a meeting with Rachel Alexandra in the Grade 1 Personal Ensign here Aug. 29, worked five furlongs in 1:01.83 in company with the filly Awesome Maria. She galloped out six furlongs in 1:15.35 and pulled up seven furlongs in 1:30.29.\r\nThat move came five days after Life At Ten worked a slow five furlongs over a muddy track on Tuesday. Pletcher moved Life At Ten&rsquo;s work up to Sunday from Monday to avoid the potential of another wet track.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;s fit, that&rsquo;s what we expected her to do in company,&rdquo; Pletcher said.\r\nDiscreetly Mine, the dominant winner of the Grade 2 Amsterdam Stakes, worked four furlongs in 51.93 seconds, getting his last quarter in 24.93. Discreetly Mine is pointing to the Grade 1 King&rsquo;s Bishop on Aug. 28.