VANCOUVER, British Columbia &ndash; Is a maiden making just the fourth start of his career good enough to propel himself to the top of the 3&#45;year&#45;old class at Hastings with one race remaining before the Grade 3, $150,000 British Columbia Derby Sept. 26? We&rsquo;ll find out when Ain runs in the $50,000 Richmond Derby Trial Monday. The 1 1/16&#45;mile feature drew 10 horses and heads a strong nine&#45;race card that includes the $50,000 Hong Kong Jockey Club for 3&#45;year&#45;old fillies and the PNE President&rsquo;s Speed Handicap, featuring Burj Dubai.There is no established leader of the local 3&#45;year&#45;old division, and Ain owns the best career Beyer Speed Figure in the Richmond Derby Trial field, an 84 that he earned in his second&#45;place finish behind Saratoga Boot in the $75,000 Emerald Downs Derby Aug. 15. Trained by Dino Condilenios, Ain showed a lot of promise when he made a strong late move to finish second to Don&rsquo;twaitforme in his debut in a $30,000 optional maiden race going 6 1/2 furlongs July 4. He came right back to finish second in a similar race July 17 before shipping to Emerald, where he made up a lot of ground to edge Posse Power for second. &ldquo;We thought he wanted more distance and there just haven&rsquo;t been any races for him here, so we gave him a shot with the big boys,&rdquo; said Condilenios. &ldquo;He missed the break at Emerald, so I don&rsquo;t think he&rsquo;ll be that far behind on Monday.&rdquo;Isaias Cardenas rides Ain. Cherokee Notion will try and regain momentum after shipping to Northlands Park to run in the Grade 3, $300,000 Canadian Derby only to pass on the race due to a mild case of colic. In his last start, he won the $50,000 B.C. Cup Stellar&rsquo;s Jay over Don&rsquo;twaitforme Aug. 2. He is trained by Troy Taylor.Trainer Rob VanOverschot will have Don&rsquo;twaitforme involved early on Monday, and he will have Texas Buccaneer trying to pick them up late. Don&rsquo;waitforme held the lead at the top of the stretch in the B.C. Cup Stellar&rsquo;s Jay but couldn&rsquo;t hold off the late move from Cherokee Notion. Texas Buccaneer was 20 lengths behind early and ended up sixth, beaten by 6 3/4 lengths. Silly Fella, trained by Terry Dubois, is coming off of a strong second&#45;place finish in the $50,000 CTHS Sales Stakes Aug. 25. He could get a perfect stalking trip from just off what should be an honest pace.