It&rsquo;s entirely possible that the most talented 3-year-old to race on the Risen Star card Saturday at Fair Grounds wasn&rsquo;t in the Risen Star at all. Bind made his career debut in a maiden special weight sprint, race 3, and was absolutely sensational. Bind sat third behind a scorching early pace, seized command at the top of the stretch after being roused at the three-furlong pole, and went on to win by 9 1/4 lengths. His six-furlong time of 1:08.80 produced a Beyer Speed Figure of 105, a number that seems completely legitimate. The Fair Grounds track surface played fast Saturday, but was far from the fastest surface this season. Bind&rsquo;s time was 0.77 of a second off the track record established in 2002, but was the first sub-1:09 six furlongs recorded at Fair Grounds since 2005.\r\nWATCH REPLAY: Bind earns 105 Beyer in Fair Grounds sprint &gt;&gt;\r\nScariest of all, Bind is a massive, placid colt with a route pedigree, and he should be at least as good running two turns.\r\nBut quash thoughts of a Triple Crown run for Bind. Trainer Al Stall and owners Claiborne Farm and Adele Dilschneider are taking a slow and patient approach with a potential star &ndash; much as they did with a horse named Blame.\r\n&ldquo;It was only a maiden race,&rdquo; Claiborne principal Seth Hancock said after leaving the winner&rsquo;s circle Saturday.\r\nThe product of a Clairborne mating between Pulpit and Check, an Unbridled mare, Bind, hard to believe, failed to meet a $180,000 reserve when entered in the Keeneland September yearling sale of 2009. Bind came to Stall&rsquo;s barn early in the summer, but was sent home because Stall thought he wasn&rsquo;t ready to start earnest training. Back on Sept. 1, Bind has been on a steady training pattern ever since.\r\nStall said not to expect Bind to race again until late March at Fair Grounds or sometime in April at Keeneland.