07/04/2002 11:00PM

Bennett enters four for Angie C.

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AUBURN, Wash. - Fourteen juvenile fillies, including a four-horse entry from the barn of trainer Dave Bennett, were entered for Sunday's $35,000 Angie C. Stakes at six furlongs at Emerald Downs. Only the 12 with the most earnings will start.

Bennett's entry includes the undefeated Freedom March, who came from off the pace to win the five-furlong Pierce County Stakes for Washington-bred 2-year-old fillies by 2 3/4 lengths in her second start on June 9. Freedom March, a daughter of Free at Last who races for the Dream Racing Stable syndicate, won her maiden at the $12,500 level in May.

Bennett's other entrants are From Heaven Sent, a $16,000 maiden winner, and the maidens Boom Chicka Boom and Sassy N Slew.

Two first-time starters who are highly regarded by their connections won't start unless there is a scratch. They are Sweethrtofsigmachi, a $115,000 yearling purchase from the barn of Sharon Ross, and Bisbee's Prospect, a Bob McMeans-trained half-sister to local stakes winner Taste the Passion. The connections of both fillies declined an opportunity to enter a maiden special weight race offered for Sunday, electing to take their chances at getting into the stakes.

Among those assured of a spot in the gate, Our Game Plan might have the best chance to upset Freedom March. Our Game Plan comes off a 1 1/2-length win over $40,000 maidens just a week ago, when she went 5 1/2 furlongs in a quick 1:04.40.