Lori Smock has a New Hampshire cell&#45;phone number, a half&#45;dozen mares boarded in Florida, a 25&#45;horse string stabled at Hoosier Park in Indiana, and, for the first time, a set of horses spending the meet at Presque Isle Downs in western Pennsylvania. And Smock, from all appearances, has a major player for Tuesday&rsquo;s featured seventh race at Presque Isle in comebacking Allie&rsquo;s Event.Smock trained Allie&rsquo;s Event&rsquo;s mother, Crewsin&rsquo; Allie, and &ndash; along with about five other racemares of years past &ndash; kept her for breeding purposes. Allie&rsquo;s Event is the second foal from Crewsin&rsquo; Allie, and he&rsquo;s a pretty good one. Racing in the Smock silks, Allie&rsquo;s Event has won four races and placed in four others during a 10&#45;start career.&ldquo;The only time he wasn&rsquo;t first or second, he had bad trips,&rdquo; Smock said. Allie&rsquo;s Event last started April 3 at Tampa, capping a strong meet there with a second&#45;place finish in the $85,000 Turf Classic for 4&#45;year&#45;olds. A foot problem plagued him for several weeks afterward, but Smock said Allie&rsquo;s Event has pretty much been geared up for a while now, with Smock just awaiting the right race. Allie&rsquo;s Event has two wins each on synthetic and turf surfaces, but Smock isn&rsquo;t sure her horse is as fond of the Tapeta track at Presque Isle as he was of the Polytrack at Turfway, where Allie&rsquo;s Event trained for some time last year, and the Polytrack at Keeneland, over which he won a second&#45;level allowance race last fall. Allie&rsquo;s Event, with Carlos Montalvo named to ride, drew post 1 in a seven&#45;horse field of high&#45;end allowance horses scheduled to race one mile. Trainer Mike Trombetta has two horses entered in the race, though it would not be a surprise if Despite the Odds, who worked Wednesday at Fair Hill in Maryland, is scratched. Trombetta&rsquo;s other entry, Tiz Late, worked a bullet five furlongs last weekend at Presque Isle and looks set to make his first start since he finished fourth last October at Woodbine in the Dunham Cup, a Canadian Grade 3. Tiz Late has enough quality to win, but he is a confirmed front&#45;runner and could become entangled in an early duel with Crimson Comic, another router who prefers the lead. Tiz Late, however, has scored 4 of his 5 career wins at Presque Isle and figures to be bet far below his 5&#45;1 morning&#45;line odds.