LEXINGTON, Ky. &ndash; More than a dozen Breeders&rsquo; Cup hopefuls turned in workouts Saturday at Keeneland and at Churchill Downs in Louisville in what figures to be their second-to-last works before they compete in the Nov. 5-6 championships at Churchill.\r\nProviso, one of the top contenders for the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Mile, was perhaps the most notable of the Saturday workers. Two weeks from her rousing victory in the Grade 1 First Lady over the Keeneland turf, the Juddmonte Farms mare was back breezing over the same course when going five furlongs in 1:02.40 with the &ldquo;dogs&rdquo; up.\r\nProviso, a winner of four straight Grade 1 events for Hall of Fame trainer Bill Mott, is part of a sensational prospective cast for the BC Mile, along with Goldikova, Paco Boy, Court Vision, and possibly Gio Ponti.\r\n\r\nProviso's Saturday workout for the Breeders' Cup Mile\r\nAlso at Keeneland, the Ken McPeek-trained pair of 2-year-olds, Harlan&rsquo;s Ruby (Juvenile Fillies Turf) and Rogue Romance (Juvenile), worked five furlongs, handily, together on the Polytrack, earning co-bullet clockings of 58.40 seconds.\r\nWorking on the Keeneland Polytrack were Silver Timber (Turf Sprint), an easy half-mile in 49.40, and Hot Cha Cha (Filly and Mare Turf), five furlongs in a minute flat.\r\nMeanwhile, over a fast main track at Churchill, where morning activity continues to pick up as the Breeders&rsquo; Cup nears, the Dale Romans duo of Paddy O&rsquo;Prado and First Dude were sent out for separate works under Tammy Fox as both approach the $5 million Classic as potential longshot spoilers. Paddy O&rsquo;Prado went five furlongs in 1:01, while First Dude went a furlong farther in 1:15.\r\n&ldquo;I&rsquo;m really happy with where we stand with both of them,&rdquo; said Romans. &ldquo;I like the way they&rsquo;re finishing up in their works. Obviously we&rsquo;ve got our work cut out for us, but I think I&rsquo;ve got my horses coming to a peak. They&rsquo;ll both work again next Saturday.&rdquo;\r\nZenyatta heads a Classic lineup that also includes Blame, Quality Road, Lookin at Lucky, and possibly Gio Ponti.\r\nIn other Saturday works at Churchill:\r\nChamberlain Bridge (Turf Sprint) and Rinterval (Filly-Mare Sprint) both breezed a half-mile in 49.40; Tell a Kelly (Juvenile Fillies) breezed five furlongs in 1:00.80; Hurricane Ike (Dirt Mile), Calvin Borel up, went six furlongs in 1:12.40 in company with stablemate Third Dawn; Seeking the Title (Ladies&rsquo; Classic) went five furlongs in 1:01.60, Borel up; My Jen (Filly-Mare Sprint) got a half-mile in 47.60 in company; More Than Real (Juv. Fillies Turf) went a half-mile in 49.80; and Champagne d&rsquo;Oro (Filly-Mare Sprint) went five furlongs in 59.60 with Miguel Mena up.\r\nTrainer Eric Guillot expressed his customary confidence in Champagne d&rsquo;Oro, winner of the Grade 1 Acorn and Grade 1 Test earlier in the year. &ldquo;She&rsquo;ll be 10-1 and run like 3-5,&rdquo; said Guillot.\r\nPre-entries for all Breeders&rsquo; Cup events were to close Monday, with release of the names for all 14 races set for Wednesday.\r\nMany Breeders&rsquo; Cup runners will have their final pre-race breezes next weekend at Churchill and elsewhere.