Fillies by Cherokee Run and Songandaprayer were among the fastest workers Friday during an under tack show for the Ocala Breeders' Sales Co.'s March select sale of 2-year-olds in training in Central Florida. They both drilled an eighth of a mile in :10.Mayberry Farm, agent, is the consignor of the bay daughter of Cherokee Run. She is out of the 8-year-old unraced Woodman mare Glory Way, who is a half-sister to grade II winner Supremo (by Gone West) and to the German stakes winner Personal Love (by Diesis). Other family members include grade I winners Andover Way and Offlee Wild along with grade II winner and successful sire Dynaformer. DuCharme Stables purchased the Cherokee Run filly for $80,000 at the 2005 Keeneland September yearling auction.Eisaman Equine bought the chestnut Songandaprayer filly for $40,000 at Keeneland last September and is her consignor to the OBS sale. She is out of the 17-year-old winning It's Freezing mare Froze, who finished second and third in grade III events. The filly is a half-sister to winners Dry Ice (by Housebuster), Runaway Froze (by Runaway Groom), and Follow the Cat (by Tactical Cat). Three juveniles tied for the fastest quarter-mile work at :21 1/5. They were a Salt Lake -- Lady Manolo colt named A Strong Statement, consigned by Moonshadow Farm, agent for Norman Casse; a Rizzi -- Love Destiny filly, consigned by Ricky Leppala, agent; and a Trippi -- Norika colt named No Trippin, consigned by Old South Farm.An under tack show for hip nos. 269-535 in the auction's catalogue is scheduled for Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m. (EST). There also will be under tack shows on March 17 and 18, each starting at 9 a.m. The sale is scheduled for March 21 and 22.