Pretty City Dancer and Tricky One, both impressive maiden winners at Churchill Downs, headline a field of 10 2&#45;year&#45;old fillies assembled for the 116th running of the $100,000 Debutante Stakes on the track&rsquo;s closing&#45;night card Saturday.After finishing third in her debut, in which she bobbled at the start, Pretty City Dancer was again off slowly in her second outing. This time, however, she successfully stalked the pace and pounced with a sweeping move to draw clear for a 2 3/4&#45;length victory. A daughter of leading sire Tapit, Pretty City Dancer was an $825,000 purchase by John Oxley at the 2015 Keeneland September yearling sale. The half&#45;sister to Grade 1 winner Lear&rsquo;s Princess should appreciate added ground as she moves from five to six furlongs. Julien Leparoux, aboard the filly for her first two starts for trainer Mark Casse, remains aboard Saturday; the pair drew post 6. Drawn just inside of that duo is Tricky One, looking to remain unbeaten in her short career for Steve Asmussen, who seeks a record&#45;tying fifth win in the Debutante. The filly won her debut by 4 1/2 lengths going five furlongs at Churchill Downs under Florent Geroux, who keeps the mount. Tricky One, a homebred for Winchell Thoroughbreds, is from the final crop of Unbridled&rsquo;s Song. China Grove and Anna&rsquo;s Bandit were second and third behind the unbeaten Bode&rsquo;s Dream in the Astoria Stakes at Belmont Park last month. Country Candy comes into her stakes debut off a 9 1/2&#45;length maiden victory at Lone Star Park in which she earned a Beyer Speed Figure of 78, the top number in this field. Also winning her debut impressively was Whole Scoop, who romped by 8 1/2 lengths on a sloppy track at Indiana Grand. She picks up meet&#45;leading rider Corey Lanerie for the Debutante. Saturday&rsquo;s card also includes the $67,000 Kelly&rsquo;s Landing Stakes for older horses going seven furlongs. The 7&#45;year&#45;old millionaire Alsvid looks to cap off what has already been a very productive Churchill Downs meet &ndash; on both surfaces. After finishing second in the Grade 3 Churchill Downs Turf Sprint, the Chris Hartman trainee bounced back to score a repeat victory in the Grade 3 Aristides Stakes by a head June 4. He has never finished worse than third on the Churchill main track. Multiple Grade 3 winner Island Town, whose victories include last year&rsquo;s Matt Winn Stakes at Churchill, is making his first start since last September for trainer Ian Wilkes. While his best efforts have come at longer distances, he is a winner at seven furlongs at Churchill.