SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.&nbsp;- Secret Gypsy&rsquo;s love affair with Saratoga&rsquo;s main track continued Sunday when she rallied past the pace-setting One Smokin&rsquo; Lady approaching the quarter pole and cruised to a two-length victory in the Grade 2, $150,000 Honorable Miss Stakes.\r\nHour Glass finished second by a neck over Warbling, the 3-2 favorite who was moving when the gates opened and broke last under Julien Leparoux. Pretty Prolific and One Smokin&rsquo; Lady completed the order of finish.\r\nSecret Gypsy, a 5-year-old mare,&nbsp;improved to 7 for 16, but she is 3 for 3 at Saratoga. At 2, Secret Gypsy won her debut here, running 5 1/2 furlongs in 1:03.26, a track record at the time. It was broken 13 days later by J Be K. At 3, Secret Gypsy won a first-level allowance race here. Last year, she tried the turf here, finishing 10th of 12 in the Finney Stakes.\r\n&quot;She loves this track,&quot; winning trainer Ronny Werner said. &quot;It suits her well. She doesn't like a real heavy track, a laboring track. This track just seems to suit her. It's not super fast, it's a fair track. It's just one she always gets across well.&quot;\r\nKnown for her blazing speed in her youth, Secret Gypsy has learned to relax a little as she's gotten older. Sunday, under Jamie Theriot, Secret Gypsy stalked the pace of One Smokin' Lady, who went the first quarter in 22.43 seconds and the half-mile in 45.19.\r\nSecret Gypsy crept up alongside One Smokin' Lady leaving the five-sixteenths pole, took command of the race turning for home, and was never seriously threatened. She covered the six furlongs in 1:09.82 and returned $6.10 as the second choice.\r\n&quot;She's changed her style of running a little bit this year,&quot; Werner said.&nbsp;&quot;She's starting to sit off of them a little bit more and relax more. That just comes with age. They get a little wiser as they get older.&quot;\r\nSecret Gypsy has won back-to-back stakes; before the Honorable Miss, she won the $100,000 Saylorville Stakes at Prairie Meadows.\r\n&quot;Her last couple of races, she&rsquo;s really come around,&quot; Theriot said. &quot;I think she's back to the filly she was when she first started.&quot;\r\nWerner said the Grade 1 Ballerina here Aug. 28 might be too close for Secret Gypsy's next race. Werner said he may consider the $400,000 Presque Isle Downs Master Stakes on Sept. 11.