10/28/2007 11:00PM

Ticket to Seattle looks scary

EmailTicket to Seattle, a front-runner who has finished second sprinting against Grade 3 company in each of her last two starts, will attempt to carry her speed a mile and 70 yards when she meets seven other 3-year-old fillies in Wednesday's $55,000 Ghost and Goblins Stakes at Delaware Park.

Trained by Steve Klesaris, who is 33 for 69 with stretch-out sprinters the past two years, Ticket to Seattle will be ridden for the first time by Ramon Dominguez. She's the 7-2 second choice on the track's morning line.

Lemon Drop Mom, the 5-2 favorite, has not been worse than third in her last four races, including a game head win in the $100,000 Go for Wand at 1 1/16 miles two starts ago.

Adorable Jane, riding a four-race winning streak, has steadily improved her Beyer Speed Figures from a 69 winning her maiden to a 93 against high-priced optional claimers. Kendrick Carmouche, who had been riding Ticket to Seattle, retains the mount on Adorable Jane for trainer Richard Dutrow Jr.