Sconsin Scratches From Dream Supreme, Will Return In 2022 by Churchill Downs Media Office|11.13.202101.31.2022|5:25pm12:49am Sconsin wins the 2021 edition of the Winning Colors Lloyd Madison Farm's multiple graded stakes winner Sconsin, the 9-5 second choice in Saturday's $300,000 Dream Supreme (Listed) at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., has been scratched from the race and will get time off before her 5-year-old campaign. “This race was going to be her last start of the year before a little winter vacation,” trainer Greg Foley said. “She wasn't acting like herself the last couple mornings so we didn't want to chance anything. She'll get a break and get ready for a 2022 campaign.” Lothenbach Stables' Bell's the One is expected to be the heavy favorite in the six-furlong affair. The Dream Supreme is Race 10 on Saturday with a post time of 5:36 p.m.