BALTIMORE &ndash; On a day when Life At Ten showed she is still far away from her Grade 1-winning form of a year ago, trainer Todd Pletcher may have found someone to take her place in the distaff division as Super Espresso, an 11-1 outsider, rallied four wide in the stretch to win Saturday&rsquo;s Grade 3, $100,000 Allaire duPont Distaff Stakes by three-quarters of a length at Pimlico.\r\nPayton d&rsquo;Oro, who came out in the stretch and brushed Super Espresso &ndash; which prompted a brief steward&rsquo;s inquiry &ndash; finished second, 8 1/2 lengths ahead of Life At Ten. Check Point, Decelerator, and Lily Quatorze completed the order of finish.\r\nFor Super Espresso, a $1.1 million auction purchase by owner Bobby Flay, it was her first graded stakes win. For Life At Ten, it was her second straight loss this year and third in a row dating back to last year&rsquo;s Breeders&rsquo; Cup Ladies&rsquo; Classic debacle, in which she lost contact with the field right from the start and was distanced.\r\nSuper Espresso, a daughter of Medaglia d&rsquo;Oro, was coming off a last-place finish in the Bewitch Stakes at Keeneland, a failed turf experiment.\r\n&ldquo;If you take out her last race on the grass, which she clearly didn&rsquo;t like, she&rsquo;s been a steadily improving filly, and it looks like she continues to improve a little bit, so it was a big effort from her and a big win for her,&rdquo; Pletcher said. &ldquo;Life At Ten, a little disappointed obviously. Can&rsquo;t make much excuse, she had a pretty good trip, was cruising along real well, and kind of flattened out.&rdquo;\r\nYour browser does not support iframes\r\nSuper Espresso, under Ramon Dominguez, was fifth in the early stages of the race as Lily Quatorze and Decelerator dueled through a quarter in 23.19 seconds and a half-mile in 46.09.\r\nPayton d&rsquo;Oro, under Gabriel Saez, maintained a ground-saving position inside of Life At Ten, before slipping through the rail turning for home. Dominguez, meanwhile, had to swing four wide in the stretch.\r\nSuper Espresso got to Payton d&rsquo;Oro inside the eighth pole, withstood a bump from a tiring Payton d&rsquo;Oro, and drew clear for the win. Super Espresso covered the 1 1/16 miles in 1:42.85 and returned $24.20 to win.\r\n&ldquo;She bumped me when I came to her, [Super Espresso] didn&rsquo;t care,&rdquo; Dominguez said. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s so big, she was like &lsquo;Come over again if you want.&rsquo; . . . She was very professional.&rdquo;\r\nLife At Ten, the even-money favorite under John Velazquez, appeared to be cruising in third position, but when Velazquez asked her to run turning for home, &ldquo;she just kind of spun her wheels,&rdquo; Pletcher said.