07/06/2006 12:00AM

Philadelphia: Call Me Wild on a roll

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Call Me Wild will go for his fourth straight victory against six other Pennsylvania-bred 3-year-olds in the seven-furlong Peppy Addy Stakes at Philadelphia Park.

Claimed for $20,000 out of a maiden race in February, Call Me Wild has since won 4 of 5 starts for high-percentage trainer Robert Reid. His only poor effort in that span came over a sloppy track.

Although he raced up close to the pace in his previous two wins at Philly Park, Call Me Wild came from 11 lengths back to get up by three-quarters of a length last time out in the restricted Danzig Stakes at Penn National.

His chief competition will come from Power by Leigh, the Danzig runner-up. Power by Leigh needed four starts to win his maiden, but since then has steadily improved his Beyers in each of his three races against winners.