Every race in America should look something like this: an overflow of entries with as many as 14 stakes-caliber starters, no clear-cut favorite, a bettor&rsquo;s delight. The $50,000 Ladies Turf at Kentucky Downs will start the 2010 Kentucky Cup series the right way, with maybe a half-dozen fillies and mares or more sporting the credentials to make her a deserving winner.\r\nThe one-mile race drew 18 entries, although only 14 can run, and it&rsquo;s anyone&rsquo;s guess who might be favored, let alone win. Paracaidas, Never Retreat, or Sweet Theresa could emerge a lukewarm favorite, but there are plenty of fringe types who appear equally capable, including My Baby Baby, Si Si Mon Amie, Orchestrator, Seniga, Direct Line, and Lady&rsquo;s Laughter.\r\nOn barn momentum alone, Lady&rsquo;s Laughter deserves a close look, since trainer Charlie Lopresti is on the most successful run of his 17-year training career. Lopresti won two stakes over the Labor Day weekend, most notably the Grade 1 Forego at Saratoga with Here Comes Ben, and he always has expressed confidence in Lady&rsquo;s Laughter, who was assigned post 14 with Alex Solis to ride.\r\n&ldquo;She can run over any kind of surface, and she always lays it out there for you,&rdquo; said Lopresti.\r\nThe Ladies goes as race 7 on the melded 16-race card with Turfway Park.\r\nTurf Dash\r\nYankee Injunuity was beaten just a head when second as the 2-1 favorite last year in the $50,000 Kentucky Cup Turf Dash (race 10). A year later, the Chicago-based turf-sprint specialist has raced just three times in the interim, but it was a much-needed last out on Aug. 27 &ndash; his first race in more than six months &ndash; that might get him over the top Saturday when he returns to Kentucky Downs for the six-furlong Dash.\r\n&ldquo;He was full of run in that last race and didn&rsquo;t get used up too much,&rdquo; said trainer and co-owner Jimmy McMullen. &ldquo;We got a late start on turning him out for this year. He&rsquo;s come back really well.&rdquo;\r\nYankee Injunuity, with E.T. Baird back aboard, will break from post 2 in a field of nine in the Dash. Other logical contenders include a pair of contrasted runners: Z.I. Zipp, a speedy 3-year-old, and Whitley, a late-running 5-year-old exiting longer races.\r\nDue Date and Shore Do, the one-two finishers in a recent overnight handicap at Ellis Park, also merit mention.