06/28/2003 12:00AM

For All Who Dream scores by five


MIAMI - The addition of Lasix and a fast racetrack obviously helped For All Who Dream, who registered an easy five-length victory over 6-5 favorite Usual Manner in Saturday's $100,000 J j'sdream Stakes at Calder. Eleven 2-year-old fillies competed in the 5 1/2-furlongs race

For All Who Dream was an easy winner of her career debut but finished a well-beaten second behind Prohibido Olividar when racing over a sloppy track four weeks later. She returned with Lasix for the first time in the J j'sdream, chased the pace of the speedy Usual Manner, readily overtook the tiring leader near midstretch, and won going away.

Usual Manner, who graduated by nine lengths under a $32,000 claiming tag three weeks earlier, set fractions of 21.42 seconds and 45.21 in the J j'sdream but shortened stride badly once leaving the eighth pole. Despite tiring, Usual Manner easily held on to finish second, 4 1/2 lengths in front of Prohibido Olividar, who rallied from last to be third in a field of 11 juvenile fillies.

For All Who Dream was ridden for the first time in the J j'sdream by Rosemary Homeister Jr. A daughter of Elish, For All Who Dream is trained by her breeder, Gerald Procino, who owns the filly in partnership with Sidney Sacks. For All Who Dream covered the distance in 1:06.35 over a track upgraded from good to fast earlier in the day and paid $27.20.