11/06/2004 12:00AM

Two spots for Aclassysassylassy

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MIAMI - Aclassysassylassy is not about to rest on her laurels.

Three weeks after becoming just the second filly to sweep the Florida Stallion Stakes, Aclassysassylassy will return to action on Saturday's Florida Million program. The only question is, which race will she compete in?

Trainer Dave Vivian has nominated Aclassysassylassy to both the seven-furlong Jack O'Farrell Juvenile Fillies and 1 1/16-mile John Franks Juvenile Fillies Turf, and may reserve his decision until race day.

"She'll run in one of the two, although she'll only run in the Juvenile Turf if the race comes off the grass," said Vivian. "She's bred for the turf and I think she'll handle it fine, but I don't want to change anything right now."

Aclassysassylassy completed her sweep of the Stallion Stakes with an easy 3 1/2-length victory in the My Dear Girl. A petite daughter of Wild Event, Aclassysassylassy has now won 4 of her 5 career starts, her lone setback coming at the hands of Punch Appeal in the J J'sdream Stakes.

The local contingent for the Jack Price Juvenile could be a strong one, with B B Best and Vivian's undefeated General John B. among the nominees. But they all may have to take a backseat to a multiple stakes winner, Flamenco, who was among the first group of horses trainer Todd Pletcher shipped to the Palm Meadows training center earlier this week.

Flamenco has already won the Victoria Stakes at Woodbine and the Cowdin at Belmont. He was also second behind Afleet Alex in the Grade 2 Sanford and third to Afleet Alex and the locally-based Devils Disciple in the Grade 1 Hopeful, both times at Saratoga.

Flamenco was scheduled to travel from Palm Meadows to Calder on Sunday morning to work with jockey Jerry Bailey in the irons.

Supah Blitz the Rose highweight

Supah Blitz was assigned high weight of 119 pounds for the $200,000 Carl G. Rose Handicap, which shares top billing on Florida Million Day with the $200,000 Elmer Heubeck Handicap.

Supah Blitz is one of two horses trainer Doug O'Neill will send from his Southern California base for Saturday's card, along with Sigfreto, who will compete in the $150,000 Bonnie Heath Turf Cup.

Supah Blitz will concede from three to nine pounds in the Rose. Built Up is next at 116 pounds, but he could defer to the $150,000 Jack Dudley Sprint Handicap, for which he was made co-highweight of 118 pounds with Sing Me Back Home.

Formal Miss still on top

Formal Miss solidified her standing as the top female turf horse on the grounds, rallying to a 1 1/2-length victory over Pletcher's Krasnaya in the first and tougher division of Saturday's $40,000 Soft Parade Stakes.

Hymn of Love, the tepid 5-2 favorite, raced wide and finished fourth.