08/18/2008 12:00AM

When in doubt, go with Doyle


ETOBICOKE, Ontario - Trainer Mike Doyle's success on Wednesday nights this summer at Woodbine has been remarkable. He even bagged a triple on July 16, when Critical Path, Classy Landlady, and Miss Ollie all won.

Doyle's lone starter on this Wednesday's card, Sans Sousi, should be among the favorites in the second race, a first-level allowance sprint for 2-year-old fillies.

Sans Sousi graduated second time out in a 4 1/2-furlong maiden special for Ontario-sired fillies June 14. She subsequently finished second in the restricted Shady Well Stakes, but was disqualified and placed fourth for interference.

Sans Sousi met Ontario-sired opposition most recently in the six-furlong Nandi, and wound up fourth behind the undefeated Cawaja Beach.

Tyler Pizarro, who has won with 8 of 53 mounts for Doyle at the meeting, retains the mount on San Sousi, a daughter of Bold Executive.

"She's a beautiful filly, medium-sized and strong," said Doyle, who owns Sans Sousi in partnership with Eaton Hall Farm.

Milwaukee Appeal drew the outside post in the six-furlong sprint, and should have an ideal stalking trip in the seven-horse field.

Milwaukee Appeal was a fading third when she debuted for $32,000. She broke a bit slowly before rallying three wide to defeat $40,000 maidens July 25, earning a 60 Beyer Figure.

Na Somsanith will ride Milwaukee Appeal for Scott Fairlie, the trainer of Cawaja Beach.

Fairlight crushed $40,000 opposition when dropping from maiden special company in her second outing, winning with a 66 Beyer under apprentice Catherine O'Brien. She has breezed twice in the interim, most notably a half-mile drill in 47.00 seconds on July 25, which was the quickest of 45 works at the distance.

Fairlight's trainer, Josie Carroll, won two races last Saturday, including the Belle Mahone Stakes with Serenading.

Mountain Echo was beaten in double digits in each of her first two races against maiden special foes. She found $32,000 maidens more to her liking Aug. 8, when she won with ease after mounting a four-wide rally.

Sneaky Patrol broke through in her sixth and most recent start, going seven furlongs with a $20,000 claiming price. A front-runner, she will probably hook up with Fairlight on the early lead.

Spunky has been idle since she beat $40,000 maidens over 4 1/2 furlongs June 6.

Emily Sun Shine eked out a victory in a maiden special on the dirt at Fort Erie in her Aug. 3 debut.