07/13/2007 12:00AM

Call Me Tomorrow working like a good one


VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Call Me Tomorrow looks like the one to beat in the $50,000 Ladnesian Stakes at Hastings Sunday. The 6 1/2-furlong feature attracted seven 2-year-olds, including the filly Remarkable Miss, who will be making her debut.

The Ladnesian was supposed to be part of a stakes double-header with the $50,000 Vancouver Sun Handicap for fillies and mares. But due to the overwhelming presence of Monashee, who has won seven stakes races in a row and was assigned 130 pounds for the Sun, only three horses entered and the race was cancelled.

Trained by Troy Taylor, Call Me Tomorrow was heavily favored to win his debut and he didn't let the chalk players down, getting up in time to win a 3 1/2-furlong maiden special weight race by a neck May 27. Since then he's had four strong works, and his six-furlong move in 1:15 July 7 should have him on edge for a big race Sunday.

"I'm not sure if he's a stakes horse or not," said Taylor. "But that was a good six-furlong work for him and he's coming up to the race in very good shape."

Call Me Tomorrow will break from the rail and will be ridden by Mario Gutierrez.

Cabron was also favored in his debut and he ran off and hid to win by eight lengths over next-out winner Go Strider going 3 1/2 furlongs June 9. He was claimed out of the race for $25,000 and he'll be making his first start for trainer Jim Brown. Richard Hamel will ride Cabron.