Trainer Wesley Ward will be attacking the most significant card of the Remington Park meet next weekend when he sends out Pleasant Prince in the $400,000 Oklahoma Derby, Aegean in the $50,000 Flashy Lady, and Class of Fifty Two in the $50,000 E.L. Gaylord.&nbsp; \r\nThe races will all be run Oct. 10 as part of a program of five stakes worth more than $850,000.\r\nWard&rsquo;s starters flew in from Keeneland on Monday. He said he could send one additional horse to town, Grade 3 Sapling winner Madman Diaries. The horse is a candidate for the $50,000 Kip Deville for 2-year-olds at six furlongs Oct. 8.\r\n&ldquo;I&rsquo;m sort of pondering it,&rdquo; Ward said. &ldquo;I just don&rsquo;t know.&rdquo;\r\nPleasant Prince, who won the Grade 3 Ohio Derby in July, worked five furlongs in 59.60 seconds at Remington on Tuesday. Ward said he will have his final drill for the Oklahoma Derby on Monday. \r\n&ldquo;He came out of the work bucking and kicking,&rdquo; he said.\r\nPleasant Prince last raced Sept. 6 and was third in the $300,000 Smarty Jones at Parx Racing. Earlier this week, his half-brother topped the Breeders Sales Company of Louisiana auction. The unnamed colt, a Louisiana-bred by Run Production, brought $75,000.\r\n◗ Coyote Legend, who had been a candidate for the Oklahoma Derby, will pass the race, trainer Bret Calhoun said.\r\n&ldquo;We went ahead and turned him out and freshened him up,&rdquo; he said.\r\nCoyote Legend last raced on Aug. 28 and was second to future Super Derby winner Apart in the $100,000 Prelude at Louisiana Downs. Coyote Legend has won five stakes in 2010.