At least 10 horses are expected for Saturday&rsquo;s Grade 1, $500,000 Champagne Stakes for 2&#45;year&#45;olds at Belmont Park.The latest to join the fray is Kowboy Karma, runner&#45;up in the Sapling Stakes, who worked five furlongs in 59 seconds Monday morning at Delaware Park. Trainer Larry Jones said he put a filly a few lengths in front of Kowboy Karma and the colt finished a little bit in front at the wire.&ldquo;I don&rsquo;t know how I can get them to go much faster,&rdquo; Jones said. &ldquo;I worked some pretty good horses this morning, and he was the fastest one. As of right now, if he comes out of the stall okay, we&rsquo;re coming.&rdquo;Kowboy Karma, a son of Kodiak Kowboy, won his first two starts at Delaware Park before finishing second to Bal Harbour in the Sapling. Jones, who is part&#45;owner of Kowboy Karma, said his horse got bumped soundly going into the first turn of the Sapling and came out of the race sore as a result.&ldquo;He&rsquo;s going really well,&rdquo; Jones said. &ldquo;Any issues we had, he&rsquo;s over them, this work this morning showed that.&rdquo;Alex Cintron will ride Kowboy Karma in the Champagne.Others expected to enter the Champagne are Aveenu Malcainu, Bahamian, Crea&rsquo;s Bklyn Law, Enticed, Firenze Fire, Full of Run, Good Magic, Hazit, Honorable Treasure, and Stronger. Can&rsquo;t Say No and Master Manipulator were possible.