02/08/2007 1:00AM

Missy Can Do goes for four-peat


Missy Can Do seeks to win the $10,000 Bold Accent Stakes at Fonner Park for the fourth consecutive year when she heads a compact but strong field of five in the half-mile sprint for fillies and mares.

Curtis Kimes, who teamed up with the now 7-year-old Missy Can Do to win the 2005 running of this stakes, will be back aboard for trainer Joe Thomas.

A trio of 4-year-olds will join the mix, including multiple stakes winners Nikki Nine and Lovesablumin, along with J. J.'s Bobble, who won her only career start last May.

Nikki Nine will again be paired with rider Larren Delorme, who guided her to wins in the Bachman and Pepsi stakes locally and the Princess Stakes at Lincoln last year. Jerry Carkeek will be aboard Lovesablumin, winner of the Fonner Park Special Stakes and the Breeders' Special at Columbus.

Salty Attraction, trained by Mike Kirby, rounds out the field with R.D. Williams aboard. She has campaigned primarily in Iowa and Minnesota and makes her Fonner Park debut in search of her third career win.