Awsugahnow and Vicarian, who invaded from Kentucky for a pair of Remington Park stakes last month, could both run next at Churchill Downs, said their trainer, Ian Wilkes. Awsugahnow closed with a powerful rush to win the $52,000 Ada by a neck, earning a Beyer Figure of 89.\n"She ran good," said Wilkes. "I'll probably run her back at Churchill Downs. We'll probably give her a break after that, and may take her to Gulfstream."\nAs for Vicarian, a stakes-placed runner who finished fifth in the $75,000 Remington Park Sprint Championship, he is being pointed for an overnight handicap at Churchill on Nov. 22, said Wilkes.\n* Euroears, an undefeated multiple stakes winner, and Sing Baby Sing, who was sixth last out in the Breeders' Cup Sprint, are both nominated to the $50,000 Chuck Taliaferro Memorial Stakes at six furlongs at Remington on Sunday.