06/02/2005 11:00PM

'Flyer' goes for No. 3


WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Aly's Flyer goes for her third win in as many local starts in Sunday's $40,000 Chantilly Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at six furlongs.

Trained by Jared Brown, Aly's Flyer defeated maiden special weight company opening day, May 1. A daughter of Alybro, Aly's Flyer followed that up by winning the prep for Sunday's race on May 23.

Aly's Flyer has gone to the lead in her two previous starts here and will likely show speed again Sunday. She breaks from post 9 with Felipe Valdez in the irons.

Seattle Salsa has been within a head of the lead at the pace call in all four of her starts. Trained by Doug MacDonald, Seattle Salsa began 2005 with a victory over first-level allowance company at Stampede Park on April 3. In her next start, she weakened to fourth at Stampede in her first attempt against stakes company and at six furlongs.

Seattle Salsa starts from post 3 with Ron Blinston on board.

Fabulous Gal (post 6, Tony Matteucci), claimed by trainer Terry Cole for $5,000 in her most recent start, and Rich Rubies (post 8, Rohan Singh), who will run on Lasix for the first time, could also be part of the pace picture.

Danger Pay, who had to wait for running room before finishing 1 3/4 lengths behind Aly's Flyer, could benefit from a contested pace. Trained by Chad Torevell, Danger Pay should be aided by a rider switch to Travis Hightower. She breaks from post 7.

Hold on Heather has won 3 of 10 starts, and has failed to hit the board in her two starts at six furlongs. Trained by Mel Davis, she starts from post 4 with Larry Munoz.

Wautega Light defeated maiden special weight company here May 27, her first start locally and on dirt. She breaks from the rail under Larren Delorme.

Black Teddie, a maiden whose dam Black Knickers won the Chantilly Stakes in 1999, starts from post 2 with Vince Guerra up.

The field rounds out with King's Princess K (post 10, Jerry Pruitt), who will run on Lasix for the first time, and May's Moon (post 5, Anderson Ward), a winner over maiden claimers in her most recent.