Blind Luck and Havre de Grace have emerged as the nation&rsquo;s leading 3-year-old fillies, but lurking not far behind them, based on her close third-place finish in the Alabama Stakes, is Acting Happy, who continues to move forward toward the Nov. 5 Breeders&rsquo; Cup Ladies&rsquo; Classic, albeit with trainer Richard Dutrow Jr. keeping close tabs on her fickle constitution.\r\n&ldquo;Right now, our intention is to run in the Ladies&rsquo; Classic,&rdquo; Dutrow said Wednesday morning from his barn at Aqueduct. &ldquo;The only thing is, sometimes she ties up when she ships. If she ships to Churchill Downs and ties up, she&rsquo;s not going to run. She had a couple of off days when she first went up to Saratoga. When you move her around, sometimes she does that. If she does that in Kentucky, I&rsquo;ll bring her back to Aqueduct.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;s flying to Kentucky on the 31st. She&rsquo;ll be on that plane if she keeps going the right way. She&rsquo;s been breezing every six days, like clockwork.&rdquo;\r\nJose Lezcano has the mount. Dutrow has been working Acting Happy in blinkers and will run her in them for the first time in the Ladies&rsquo; Classic.\r\n&ldquo;I thought about looking into it, and once we did, it seemed to pick up her training some,&rdquo; Dutrow said. &ldquo;She was more into finishing up the right way. In the Alabama, I thought she was looking at other horses.&rdquo;\r\nActing Happy has not raced since the Alabama. Prior to that, she was third in the Coaching Club American Oaks and won the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes.\r\nBased on form, and Dutrow&rsquo;s ability to train horses up to peak performances off brief layoffs, Acting Happy would be a viable longshot in a Ladies&rsquo; Classic that is unlikely to number more than 10 entrants but will be long on quality. In addition to the top 3-year-old fillies, older runners Life At Ten, Persistently, and Unrivaled Belle are among those scheduled to be pre-entered next week.