BOSSIER CITY, LA., SEPT. 23 -- They came to see and bet Unbridled, but his stablemate stole the show -- and the Super Derby.

Home At Last, a 15-1 shot, broke out of the pack after a mile and had a stunning 3 1/2-length victory today over even-money favorite Unbridled in the $1 million Super Derby.

"He's been ignored all along, but I think he's as honest a horse as you can find," said Carl Nafzger, trainer of both Home At Last and Kentucky Derby winner Unbridled. "I told people all week he was joke in the morning line at 20-to-1. He changed all that today. He grew up."

Home At Last jockey Jerry Bailey saved ground until taking the lead with a quarter-mile left. "I was going to take him back after the break but I didn't want to get in all that traffic," he said. "I knew there were quick fractions, but he was running easy. Every time I asked him for more, it was there."

Unbridled ran last for the first half-mile, was forced five-wide at one point, didn't make up any ground until the stretch and for a second straight big race finished second to a stablemate, although he and Home At Last have different owners.

"The only thing I can say is I had to go around horses on the backstretch," said Unbridled's jockey, Jose Velez Jr. "Other than that, everything was perfect. I had to give about three or four lengths {to get around horses} and {Home At Last} got away from me."

Home At Last's time for the 1 1/4 miles was 2:02 -- well off the 2:00 1/5 record by Gate Dancer in '84.

Nafzger said the race took on a different look when overnight favorite Summer Squall, the Preakness winner, was scratched early today because of a slight fever. "When Summer Squall went out he took honest tactical speed with him" Nafzger said. "That made the front end really treacherous but we felt we had real speed."

Home At Last paid $33.60, $7.20 and $4. Unbridled was $3 and $2.40 and Cee's Tizzy, who ran the quarter in 22 4/5 and the half in 45 2/5 for Super Derby records, held on for third at $3.40.

Vanlandingham Stakes: Paul Mellon's Share the Glory rallied from far back to win the $60,000 race at Laurel Race Course and get a start in next month's $300,000 Laurel Futurity.

The grandson of Secretariat threaded between horses rounding the final turn before mounting a strong stretch run down the center of the turf course to defeat 29-1 long shot Kings Casino by a neck in 1:39 2/5 for a mile under Herb McCauley.

Man O'War Stakes: Defensive Play, the only 3-year-old in the seven-horse field for 3-year-olds and up led throughout under Pat Eddery and beat Shy Tom by a half-length at Belmont Park. Defensive Play, shipped in from Britain for the $473,600 race, went 1 3/8 miles over turf in 2:17 4/5. Shy Tom was 2 3/4 lengths ahead of favored Ode.