INGLEWOOD, Calif. &ndash; Zenyatta was breathing easily when she walked off the Hollywood Park main track after breezing five furlongs in 1:02.60 on Thursday.\r\nJockey Mike Smith, sitting atop the undefeated winner of 19 races, beamed as he assessed the 6-year-old mare&rsquo;s first workout since a win in the Grade Lady&rsquo;s Secret Stakes on Oct. 2.\r\n&ldquo;I wanted to see her energy level and her action,&rdquo; Smith said. &ldquo;She was full of it. She did all the work in the last eighth. It was very handy.&rdquo;\r\nThursday&rsquo;s workout was the first of three scheduled works for Zenyatta before she is sent to Churchill Downs for the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Classic on Nov. 6. Zenyatta won the 2009 BC Classic at Santa Anita. This year&rsquo;s BC Classic will be Zenyatta&rsquo;s first start in Kentucky.\r\nThursday, Zenyatta had a familiar partner for a workmate in El Vino, who is also owned by Jerry and Ann Moss and trained by John Shirreffs. Typical of recent works for the pair, El Vino started out two lengths in front, Zenyatta cruised alongside in the final furlong and finished ahead. El Vino was timed in 1:03.20.\r\nAccording to Hollywood Park clocker Russ Hudak, Zenyatta breezed the first three furlongs in 38.40 seconds and ran the last quarter-mile in 24.20 seconds, galloping out six furlongs in 1:16.40.\r\n&ldquo;She went really good,&rdquo; Smith said. &ldquo;It&rsquo;s amazing. No matter how slow they work or run in front of her, she always runs them down.&rdquo;\r\nShirreffs said the only difference in the buildup to this year&rsquo;s BC Classic compared with 2009 is the number of works for Zenyatta between starts. He was not concerned that Zenyatta did not have a quicker time on Thursday.\r\n&ldquo;Last year, we only had two works and this year, we&rsquo;ll have three,&rdquo; Shirreffs said. &ldquo;I don&rsquo;t really care about time.&rdquo;\r\nJaycito has half-mile work\r\nJaycito, the winner of the Grade&nbsp;1 Norfolk Stakes here on Oct. 2, worked a half-mile in 50.60 seconds on Thursday, his first workout in preparation for the BC Juvenile on Nov. 6.\r\n&ldquo;It was just a nice, easy half-mile,&rdquo; trainer Mike Mitchell said. &ldquo;I wanted to stretch his legs out.&rdquo;\r\nMitchell said that Jaycito will have two six-furlong workouts in coming weeks at Hollywood Park and will be ridden by Smith in those works before leaving for Churchill Downs.\r\nOwned by Zayat Stables, Jaycito won the first race of his career in the Norfolk, his third career start. He was second in the Grade 1 Del Mar Futurity on Sept. 8 to J P&rsquo;s Gusto, who was second in the Norfolk and is another West Coast-based contender for the BC Juvenile.\r\nWickedly Perfect recovering after surgery\r\nWickedly Perfect, the two-time graded stakes winner, underwent successful surgery to have a bone chip removed from a knee in Kentucky earlier this week and is expected to return to California in November, co-owner Steve Kenly said on Thursday.\r\nWickedly Perfect&rsquo;s bone chip was diagnosed on Oct. 9, a day after she won the Grade 1 Alcibiades Stakes at Keeneland. The injury will keep her out of the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Juvenile Fillies at Churchill Downs on Nov. 5.\r\n&ldquo;We think that she&rsquo;s going to come back and if it goes well, she could make the [Kentucky] Oaks,&rdquo; Kenly said. &ldquo;You hope for the best.&rdquo;\r\nWickedly Perfect is entered in the Fasig-Tipton November Sale, but Kenly said he &ldquo;seriously doubt&rdquo; that she would be offered.