07/25/2009 12:00AM

Wolfson has four, and may run three


MIAMI - Marty Wolfson doesn't plan on running all four fillies and mares he entered for the $75,000 Nancy's Glitter Handicap. But he could run as many as three of them, which certainly would give the meet's leading trainer the upper hand in the Nancy's Glitter, the highlight of Saturday's 13-race program at Calder.

Wolfson entered Jessica Is Back, Wyatt's Women, Seaside Affair, and Miss Singhsix for the 1 1/16-mile Nancy's Glitter. They are all listed as separate betting interests, even though Jessica Is Back and Wyatt's Women are both owned by Farnsworth Stables LLC. Horses with the same owner can race uncoupled for wagering purposes at Calder in races worth $75,000 or more.

Wolfson said earlier this week that he'd likely start Jessica Is Back, Wyatt's Women, and Miss Singhsix while saving Seaside Affair, who has started but once in 21 months, for another day.

Jessica Is Back is coming off a frightening trip in the Princess Rooney Handicap in which she was put in very tight quarters and struck the inside rail while contesting the pace entering the far turn of the Grade 1 dash. Jessica Is Back briefly recovered from the incident to make a second run at the leaders on the final turn before fading to finish sixth behind Game Face.

Jessica Is Back has raced primarily around one turn but did win a $50,000 starter allowance race going a mile and 70 yards over the Aqueduct inner track earlier in her career.

"There's not much speed in the race, and from the inside post she should be able to grab an easy lead," Wolfson said.

Wyatt's Women and Miss Singhsix will be making their first start since being transferred to Wolfson's barn earlier this summer.

Wyatt's Women was purchased privately following her third-place finish in Belmont's Floral Park Stakes. She was entered in an allowance race here last week but scratched to await the Nancy's Glitter.

"She's been training so well I thought I'd wait and give her a chance in the stakes," said Wolfson, who noted that he was removing the blinkers that Wyatt's Women wore in the Floral Park.

Miss Singhsix has never raced on dirt but was Grade 2 stakes-placed over the Santa Anita Pro-Ride surface when she was with trainer Patrick Gallagher this winter.

Among those taking on the Wolfson trio will be Sweetsouthernqueen, Hopeful Image, Cat Can Do, and Glotona.

Sweetsouthernqueen, who will be the starting highweight under 118 pounds if Seaside Affair scratches, has won her last five starts but will be stepping into stakes company for the first time.

Hopeful Image returns home off a second-level allowance win in New York, while Cat Can Do exits a second-place finish behind the Wolfson-trained Eclisse in the Liberada overnight stakes.

* Jockey Alex Gonzalez won with the first mount of his career, the 1-5 Ruby's Red Socks, for trainer Kirk Ziadie in Thursday's second race. Former rider Mike Moran is handling Gonzalez's book.