Parade Clown was a well-beaten second behind Music City in an allowance prep, but when the $50,000 WEBN Stakes was run Saturday at Turfway Park, the proverbial tables were turned, with Parade Clown emerging on top.\nMusic City broke sharply to set the pace in the one-mile WEBN, and passing the three-furlong pole, he was pulling away from his closest pursuer, Parade Clown. But jockey Bill Troilo still had something left with Parade Clown, and they re-rallied to overtake the front-runner inside the eighth pole and pull away to a 2 3/4-length triumph.\nMusic City, the 2-1 favorite off his Jan. 14 score over Parade Clown, easily held second, 11 1/4 lengths before longshot Dynamite Bob in a field of 12.\nParade Clown, a gray 3-year-old by Distorted Humor, is owned by his breeders, the Donamire Farm of Don and Mira Ball. Their daughter-in-law, K.K. Ball, trains the colt at Keeneland.\nParade Clown returned $8 as third choice after finishing in 1:40.73 over Polytrack.\nThe WEBN is a prelude to more important 3-year-old races at the winter-spring meet at Turfway in Florence, Ky. Next up is the John Battaglia Memorial on Feb. 28, followed three weeks later by the annual Turfway showcase, the Grade 2 Lane's End Stakes.\nThe WEBN was the second half of a rare Saturday stakes doubleheader. In the first half, Unspoken Word ($3) was never seriously threatened after seizing command soon after the start of the $50,000 Likely Exchange Stakes. Wellofaprize outfought Solarana for second, five lengths behind the winner in the one-mile race, which was completed in 1:39.87.\nOwned by Twin Creeks Farm, Unspoken Word now has three victories in ungraded stakes, and 6 from 23 overall starts. The best race for the 5-year-old mare was a runner-up finish in the Grade 1 La Brea Stakes at Santa Anita in December 2007.\nThe win was the third straight on a 12-race Turfway program for Victor Lebron and Mike Maker, the leading jockey and trainer, respectively, at the meet. They also teamed to win the eighth race with Dooze ($6.80) and the ninth with Korbyn Gold ($2.80).