06/08/2007 11:00PM

All I Can Get seeks fourth straight local win


MUSKEGON, Mich. - All I Can Get, the top juvenile male in Michigan last year, heads a field of 10 3-year-old colts and geldings in the $50,000-guaranteed Lansing Stakes at Great Lakes Downs on Tuesday.

The Lansing, at six furlongs, is the sixth of nine races on the card, which begins at 5:10 p.m.

All I Can Get is owned by his breeder, Michael McQuade, and trained by Gerald Bennett. Mary Doser, the leading jockey at the meet, will ride All I Can Get as she did for all his races at Great Lakes Downs last year.

A son of Slew City Slew, All I Can Get won all three of his local starts, including the $50,000 Little Ones and Patrick Wood stakes. In February he ran second in the $150,000 Sam F. Davis Stakes at Tampa Bay Downs.

Q Fortunate Sun, owned by Marion Gorham and trained by her brother, Dr. Robert Gorham, will be ridden by Tommy Molina on Tuesday. Q Fortunate Sun won the $133,000 Michigan Sire Stakes last year, and finished third on May 22 in his local debut this year.

Oberalp, another of the Bennett barn's four Lansing runners, is owned by Phyllis and Gene Gilmore. He defeated older horses in his first start at the meet, an allowance race. Felipe Santos will ride.

Bennett also will saddle Flyingpalm, an allowance winner at the meet, and Scarlet Fact, who is stakes-placed at Great Lakes Downs. Freddie Mata will ride Flyingpalm. Scarlet Fact will be ridden by Ricardo Barrios.

All starters will carry 122 pounds.