A daughter of Holy Bull, the gray 5-year-old mare has now created several options for trainer Kiaran McLaughlin, who may consider sending her to Florida."She's a very nice filly," McLaughlin said. "She's fun and easy to train. The Stronachs are fabulous people to train for. They always let their trainers take their time with every horse. It's nice that you're never in a hurry."Migliore was grateful to be back aboard Saintliness, who returned $4.50, $2.90 and $2.70 as the favorite. Injury caused the jockey to miss her Dec. 9 victory, which was her first start since March. Miss Fortunate ($3.60 and $2.90), who carried 118 pounds and spotted the winner three pounds, closed gamely late but ran out of room. She was far ahead of Mariakel ($3.60) in third, who was followed by Bounding Charm, Richetta and Board Elligible.Our Rite of Spring was scratched.