03/24/2006 12:00AM

Pletcher calls on two reserves


OZONE PARK, N.Y. - The always-deep Todd Pletcher stable dips into the bench to tap Fleet Indian and Tomorrows Lady for the Grade 3, $100,000 Next Move Handicap on Sunday at Aqueduct.

They face only three rivals on the final day of the Big A's inner-track season. Racing on the main track returns Wednesday.

Under ideal circumstances, Bohemian Lady is the horse Pletcher would send out in this 1 1/8-mile race for fillies and mares.

Bohemian Lady emerged this winter as the queen of the inner track with dominant wins in the Affectionately and Rare Treat handicaps. But she will miss the Next Move with "foot issues," according to assistant trainer Seth Benzel.

, 5, makes her debut for the Pletcher barn. She was purchased at auction last November by Paul Saylor.

A New York-bred, Fleet Indian is no stranger to stakes success at the Big A. She captured the Montauk Handicap for statebreds at Aqueduct on Nov. 27 while trained by Jimmy Toner. Most recently she won an allowance race at Philadelphia Park on Dec. 30.

"She has been training really well," Benzel said. "We got a good feel for her and feel she will be very competitive in the race. She's a hard-knocking filly who has been very consistent throughout her career. We're very excited about seeing what she can do out there on the track for us."

Fleet Indian has seven wins in 12 lifetime starts.

"We've put in quite a few five-eighths works with her," Benzel said. "She's very naturally talented. We didn't want to throw her to the wolves. We wanted to be very patient and pick the best spot for her."

, also entered in a Big A allowance race Saturday, ran third in her last two outings at Aqueduct, on Feb. 11 and March 3.

The Pletcher mares will race as separate betting interests.

looks for her first win since capturing the Ladies Handicap at the Big A on Dec. 17. She finished second in her next two starts, both Big A stakes: the Gallant Fox against males at 1 5/8 miles on Dec. 31, and the Rare Treat, when she finished 8 3/4 lengths behind Bohemian Lady.

Flaming Heart puts a three-race winning streak on the line in what will be her graded-stakes debut. She most recently rallied to win the Big A's Strolling Belle Stakes on Feb. 3.

No Sleep, sent out by Gary Contessa, the meet's leading trainer, is a former claimer who has reeled off three straight victories.