10/26/2005 11:00PM

Pair of Million winners back at Laurel

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The 5-year-old Saay Mi Name, who earned his fifth victory of the season as the 8-5 favorite in the Maryland Million Sprint, faces a tough group of older sprinters in the $75,000 Dave's Friend at 5 1/2 furlongs.

, a 4-year-old filly who upset the Maryland Million Ladies in wire-to-wire fashion at 16-1, seeks to prove that victory was no fluke against seven other Maryland-bred fillies and mares in the $50,000 All Brandy at 1 1/8 miles on grass.

Also on the card is the $50,000 Find Handicap at 1 1/8 miles on turf.

and Forest Park hook up again in the Dave's Friend. Saay Mi Name finished five lengths behind Forest Park when they met in an overnight stakes at Delaware Park on July 4, but has since won 3 of 4 starts, all in stakes, with triple-digit Beyer Speed Figures.

The 4-year-old , 5 for 7 this season, was denied the first stakes victory of his career when he was disqualified to second for failing to maintain a straight course in the Vincent Moscarelli at Delaware two weeks ago.

Outcashem has been a short-sprint specialist for trainer Scott Lake, winning eight in a row, including three stakes in West Virginia, all at 4 1/2 furlongs. During his streak, which began in April at Charles Town, Outcashem has won at both 5 1/2 and 6 1/2 furlongs.

The field also includes Forest Park's stablemate Founding Chairman, who was narrowly beaten by Saay Mi Name two months ago, and Dale's Prospect, who finished a length behind Forest Park in July.

In the All Brandy, Surf Light picks up five pounds as the co-highweight at 124, spotting all but one of her rivals between six and eight pounds. Before her surprise victory in the Ladies, she had been winless in four starts on grass.

Rowdy, the beaten favorite at 4-5 in the Ladies, is back for another crack at Surf Light after enduring a wide trip in her third-place finish.

The Find Handicap features Tam's Terms, a classy 7-year-old who drops to face Maryland-breds after finishing fourth or worse in his last three starts, all against far tougher company.

Tam's Terms, winless since last October, will be challenged by Dr Detroit, the runner-up in the Maryland Million Turf, and Access Agenda, who has been first or second in six of his last seven starts, mostly against mid-priced claimers.