Lone Star Park at Grand Prairie's all-time leading trainer Steve Asmussen and 3-year-old filly Everheart traded places Saturday. The result was two stakes wins.Forty-seven minutes after the national win leader saddled multiple grade I winner Lady Tak to victory in the $108,600 Winning Colors Stakes at Churchill Downs, Team Asmussen connected with Kentucky invader Everheart in the $50,000 Wafare Farm Stakes at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, Texas.Owned by Padua Stables, Everheart ran six furlongs in a swift 1:08.85, the fastest clocking in eight runnings of the three-quarter mile sprint for 3-year-old fillies. It didn't take long to wonder why Everheart was sent off as the odds-on 1-2 favorite. The Grand Slam filly settled into stride early on under leading rider Eddie Martin Jr., ranged up to leader Boston Common and drew away to win by 4 ¼ lengths under Martin's strong handling.Runner-up Boston Common, the 5-2 second betting choice, broke slowly and spotted the field about four lengths before rushing up to the lead while under a strong hold by jockey John Jacinto.Asmussen's other charge, Bluegrass Sara, rallied late and just missed completing an Asmussen exacta, saddled by his assistants Darren Fleming and Tony Mathiasen.Everheart paid $3, $2.20 and $2.10 to win and earned $30,000 for the victory in her stakes debut. Previously, she had won two of five starts and most recently finished third in a second-level allowance race at Keeneland Race Course.Boston Express returned $2.40 and $2.10 and Bluegrass Sara was $2.10 to show.