03/04/2004 1:00AM

All Electric out-angles Turn to Lass


HOT SPRINGS, Ark. - All Electric has a good chance to turn the tables on Turn to Lass when she gets more distance, and possibly a fast track, in Saturday's $75,000 Honeybee Stakes at Oaklawn Park.

The 1 1/16-mile race for 3-year-old fillies is a stepping-stone to the Grade 2, $200,000 Fantasy on April 9.

All Electric finished second, three-quarters of a length behind Turn to Lass in the $50,000 Martha Washington on Feb. 16. The two fillies contested the pace on a wet track in the one-mile race, and in the stretch, All Electric was coming back on against Turn to Lass.

"She gained a little bit right at the end," said Hal Wiggins, who trains All Electric for owner Janelle Grum. "The extra sixteenth, that won't bother her at all."

All Electric should also benefit from a fast track, said Wiggins. Both of her wins have come on fast tracks, including a four-length allowance score at Fair Grounds on Jan. 4 over Shadow Cast, the eventual winner of the Grade 2 Silverbulletday.

In her two starts since, All Electric has caught wet tracks. She has been training sharply for the Honeybee, and in her final prep she worked four furlongs in 47.80 seconds at Oaklawn.

"She's not a big filly, but she's very aggressive on the racetrack," said Wiggins. "I like that in a young filly. She loves to train."

Calvin Borel has the mount Saturday.

Turn to Lass is looking for her third straight win this meet at Oaklawn. She was a two-other-than allowance winner here on Feb. 8, then came back and won the Martha Washington. Terry Thompson has the mount for trainer Eugene Brajczewski.

Others of note in the race include Leading Lioness, who won the $50,000 Gowell at Turfway Park on Dec. 20; Miss Concerto, an impressive allowance winner in her last start; Yoursmineours, who was third in the Martha Washington; and the John Servis-trained entry of Stephan's Angel and Foolishly.

Both Servis fillies are stakes winners and race for Fox Hill Farms. Stephan's Angel won the first three starts of her four-race career by a total of 23 lengths, including the $60,000 Moms Command at Aqueduct. Foolishly won the $72,000 Snow White at Charles Town on Dec. 20. She will be ridden by Willie Martinez; Carlos Marquez Jr. has the mount on Stephan's Angel.

* Saint Waki, who has won four of his last five starts, will take on Gimmeawink, who won six stakes races last year, in the ninth race Saturday.