10/25/2007 12:00AM

Dancing Allstar looks best

EmailVANCOUVER, British Columbia - Dancing Allstar, who paid $2.20 when she won the Sadie Diamond Futurity Oct. 7, will once again be a prohibitive favorite in the $100,000 Fantasy Stakes at Hastings on Saturday. The 1 1/16-mile feature drew five 2-year-old fillies and goes as the seventh race. Realistically, the other four horses are running for second money.

Trained by Terry Jordan, Dancing Allstar has won 4 of her 6 starts for total earnings of $240,472. She won the last two stakes races for juvenile fillies at Hastings by a combined total of 16 3/4 lengths, and her final time of 1:15.78 in the Sadie Diamond Futurity was the fastest 6 1/2 furlongs that any 2-year-old has ever posted at Hastings. The scary thing is that she was in hand the whole race.

Dancing Allstar came back with an exceptional five-furlong workout in 58.80 seconds Oct. 18 and appears to be coming into the Fantasy in peak condition. Jordan was pleased with the move.

"We wanted a good work from her, and it was just what we were looking for," he said. "She was well within herself, and it should set her up for her first time going long."

Remarkable Miss, trained by Barb Heads, is the only other stakes winner in the field. She finished second to Call Me Tomorrow when she debuted against colts and geldings in the Ladnesian Stakes July 15. In her second start, she won the B.C. Cup Debutante on Aug. 6.