10/05/2007 12:00AM

Dancing Allstar simply looks best

EmailVANCOUVER, British Columbia – Dancing Allstar is an absolute standout in the $100,000 Sadie Diamond Futurity at Hastings Sunday. A chestnut filly by Millenium Allstar, Dancing Allstar towers over the six horses that will line up against her in the 6 1/2-furlong feature, which goes as the eighth race.

Dancing Allstar was an easy winner when she debuted in a 3 1/2-furlong maiden special weight race at Hastings May 6. She was shipped to Woodbine for the $127,000 My Dear Stakes July 6 and she showed brilliant speed while posting an impressive 6 3/4-length win over Sky Mom. After taking clear leads into the stretch before tiring to finish second in two subsequent stakes races at Woodbine, Dancing Allstar returned to Hastings where she crushed her opponents by 10 lengths in the CTHS Sales Stakes Sept. 8.

According to trainer Terry Jordan, Dancing Allstar is coming into the Sadie Diamond Futurity in excellent shape and his only concern is a possible wet track.

“She’s on her game right now,” said Jordan. “She’s never ran over an off track, so I’m not sure how she’s going to handle it if it comes up wet. Other than that, everything looks pretty good.”

Dancing Allstar will be ridden by leading rider Mario Gutierrez.

Rosada, who is trained by Barb Heads, would appear to have the best chance of upsetting Dancing Allstar. Rosada came from off the pace to score an easy six-length win over Chianti Dancer in the Lassie Stakes Aug. 25. Her ability to rate should help her pass horses that will likely tire after trying to keep up with Dancing Allstar early.

Remarkable Miss, who is also trained by Heads, and Alpine Lass are the other stakes winners in the field.