06/15/2010 12:00AM

Doyle pair will take action

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ETOBICOKE, Ontario - The Mike Doyle-trained entry of Shesadozer and Gin Queen should be well backed in Thursday's seventh race at Woodbine, a 6 1/2-furlong allowance for Ontario-sired nonwinners of two.

Shesadozer placed in three stakes last year at 2, which included a narrow loss to Oistins in the six-furlong Nandi. She ran third in her April 9 season opener in a five-furlong allowance, and is coming off a fading fourth-place finish in the restricted Lady Angela Stakes.

Gin Queen was a disappointing seventh after taking the long way home in the seven-furlong Lady Angela. Her seasonal debut was easily her best effort, in which she made up some ground over a speed-favoring track to end up second in a slow-paced allowance, earning a 72 Beyer Speed Figure.

Chantal Sutherland, Woodbine's hottest rider last week, was named on both parts of the entry.

Queen On Line was recently reunited with her original trainer, Ian Black, following three consecutive top-three finishes with Bob Tiller handling her.

Queen On Line graduated following a winter layoff in a five-furlong maiden special April 10, and was third behind the fast-improving Skootin three weeks later in allowance company. She saved ground over an outside-biased track last time, when she was a deceptively good third in a six-furlong allowance.

Bold Vixen outran Queen On Line for second after closing three wide May 29. She might be ideally suited to 6 1/2 furlongs.

Jacally lacked room along the rail on the turn before getting up for a handy first-out maiden victory May 7. She had another inside trip May 24 in the Lady Angela, in which she finished a flat fifth in her first try with Lasix.

Princess Chelsea, like Jacally, was an expensive yearling purchase by leading Ontario sire Bold Executive. She got the job done in her May 12 debut, receiving a Beyer Figure of 58 in a six-furlong maiden event, from which the runner-up exited to graduate at next asking.

Belle Valee has run hot and cold in allowance company this spring, although she competed against the grain of an outside bias when she was seventh in her last outing.

Nocookiesforpapa, who checked in second in last year's Victorian Queen Stakes, has been a minor player in allowance company this spring.

The Fort Erie-based Spirit's Wine chased Bold Vixen and Queen On Line home when fifth in her first start on the Polytrack May 29.