03/16/2005 12:00AM

Philadelphia Park track report


Jayne Vaders is winning with practically every horse she sends out lately at Philadelphia Park. Surprisingly, her runners continue to produce a profit.

Vaders is 28 for 75 - a phenomenal 37 percent - at the meet that began Jan. 1, with a $2.64 return on investment. Since Feb. 14, Vaders has gone 11 for 27 with a $2.97 ROI.

Vaders leads Scott Lake in the race for leading trainer, 28-25, heading into Friday's racing, even though Lake has started 50 more horses.

Vaders's recent hot streak included Ide Rather ($5.20), a 6-year-old gelding stepping up from $7,500 to $10,000 first time off the claim; Rubi Spice ($6.60), winning for the second time in her last three starts; and July Child ($3.20), dropping from a win over two-other-than allowance runners to $25,000 claiming. All three ran last Saturday.

* Trainer John Servis may take 3-year-old filly Last Toots ($2.80) to New York for the Grade 2, $150,000 Comely Stakes after she destroyed a group of first-level allowance routers by 10 1/4 lengths last Saturday. Owned by Someday Farm, of Smarty Jones fame, Last Toots earned an 82 Beyer Speed Figure, one point higher than she was awarded for an equally easy win against maidens. Both races were at a mile and 70 yards.

The Comely, a one-mile race for 3-year-old fillies, will be run April 16.

* The 4-year-old colt Olivers Success ($17.40), claimed two starts ago for $10,000, won his second in a row for trainer Paul Bonaventura in a two-other-than allowance last Sunday at one mile.

* Bouvet ($8.60), a 3-year-old filly claimed by trainer Ernest Cranfield for $25,000 out of a 28-length loss sprinting, stretched out to a mile and 70 yards and won her maiden by 11 1/2 lengths Sunday.