Today was a banner day for sophomore sire ARAGORN (IRE), who registered three new winners in a matter of hours. The 2-year-old colt Big Dreams kicked off the spree, drawing off to a 6 1/2-length win facing Calder maidens in a five-furlong dash on the main track. The winner’s final time was a sharp 1:00 flat over Calder’s deep, sandy surface. Big Dreams, a son of stakes winner Ruby’s Grand Slam, was bred by Stanley B. Seelig. Up in Canada, the 3-year-old colt Most Unusual keep the action going in a $68,000 maiden special weight at Woodbine. Leaving the gate as the favorite in the 1 1/16-mile grass event, Most Unusual was always in the mix and powered home 2 1/4-lengths clear. The bay was bred in Ontario by Shyman Farm. Concluding the hat track was Rusty’s Red Boy, who came through with a 3 1/2-length win as the 3-5 pick in Illinois. Rusty’s Red Boy was bred by R. Hunter, D. Bugg and C. Kidder.