MIAMI &ndash; Pickapocket returned to the scene of one of the toughest losses of his career to register his gamest victory to date when he outlasted the even-money favorite Bim Bam by a nose to capture Saturday&rsquo;s $125,000 Bonnie Heath Turf Cup at Calder. The Bonnie Heath was the third of eight stakes on Saturday&rsquo;s Florida Million program.\r\n&nbsp; &nbsp;\r\nPickapocket, a 6-year-old son of Mecke owned and bred by Martin Cherry, was beaten a half-length by the favored Soldier&rsquo;s Dancer after forcing the pace from start to finish in the 2009 Bonnie Heath Turf Cup. On Saturday, Pickapocket parlayed a similar trip into a narrow victory. He stalked early leader Mean Sax, wrested a short advantage entering the stretch, and withstood a strong bid from Bim Bam through the final furlong. Tannersville was third.\r\n\r\nThe victory was the seventh in 32 career starts for Pickapocket ($8.40), who covered 1 1/8 miles in 1:51.39 over a good turf course. Pickapocket was ridden to victory by Jermaine Bridgmohan for trainer Marty Wolfson.\r\nRacing Aptitude delivers as favorite\r\n\r\nRacing Aptitude proved a prompt favorite in the $100,000 Arthur Appleton Juvenile Turf Stakes, overcoming early trouble and a brief stewards&rsquo; inquiry to register a 2 1/2-length victory over The Best Glacier, with And I Like It Too another head farther back in third.\r\n\r\nRacing Aptitude paid $4.20 after going 1 1/16 miles in 1:43.72 on the grass. The win was the second in a row for Racing Aptitude, a homebred son of Aptitude who is owned by Donald Dizney and trained by Howie Tesher. He was guided to victory by Luis Saez.\r\n\r\n&ldquo;Each time he&rsquo;s run and tried something new he&rsquo;s improved,&rdquo; said Tesher. &ldquo;His pedigree would indicate he would like the longer distance and turf.&rdquo;\r\n\r\nTesher said Racing Aptitude would make his next start in the Grade 3 Tropical Park Derby here on New Year&rsquo;s Day.\r\n\r\nDevilish Lady romps at 17-1\r\n\r\nDevilish Lady ($36.20) surged from just off the pace to a surprising 7 3/4-length victory over Beso Grande in the $100,000 Joe O&rsquo;Farrell Juvenile Fillies. Lily&rsquo;s Hope, the 3-2 favorite, finished fifth following a poor start.\r\n\r\nDevilish Lady was claimed for $16,000 on Sept. 16 by her owner, the Cairoli Racing Stable, and trainer, Anthony Sano. \r\n\r\nOn Saturday, she stalked the early pace of Come a Callin under jockey Daniel Centeno, took control on the far turn, and steadily increased her advantage. Beso Grande had early trouble.\r\nDevilish Lady ran seven furlongs on a fast track in 1:25.39.