07/25/2009 12:00AM

Jessica Is Back keys Wolfson exacta


MIAMI - Jessica Is Back, who lost all chance when put in tight quarters and striking the inside fence entering the far turn of the Grade 1 Princess Rooney Handicap two weeks earlier, rebounded with an easy 5 1/2-length decision over uncoupled stablemate Miss Singhsix in Saturday's $75,000 Nancy's Glitter Handicap at Calder.

Jessica Is Back, a 5-year-old daughter of Put It Back trained by Marty Wolfson, broke alertly from her inside post and quickly seized command in the 1 1/16-mile Nancy's Glitter. Jessica Is Back cruised along on an easy lead under jockey Javier Santiago and had plenty left in reserve to repulse a mild try from Miss Singhsix near midstretch.

Miss Singhsix, making her first start on dirt and first since being transferred to Wolfson's barn earlier this summer, finished six lengths in front of the third-place finisher Sweetsouthernqueen.

Jessica Is Back was 2-1 on the tote board when passing the seven-furlong pole but dropped to 6-5 shortly thereafter and paid $4.60. She covered the distance in 1:45.96 over a track downgraded to sloppy earlier in the day.

Wyatt's Women, the third member of the Wolfson stable to start in the Nancy's Glitter, finished fourth after attending the early pace. Both Jessica Is Back, who was claimed for $50,000 at Aqueduct on April 23, and Wyatt's Women are owned by the Farnsworth Stables LLC.