ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Trainer Reade Baker should be loaded for bear in Sunday&rsquo;s $225,000 Grey Stakes at Woodbine, when he runs Bear&rsquo;s Future and Rockin Heat in the 1 1/16-mile route for 2-year-olds.\r\nBear&rsquo;s Future won both of his races convincingly over seven furlongs, including the Sept. 12 Swynford Stakes, for which he got a Beyer Speed Figure of 75.\r\nBaker is confident that Bear&rsquo;s Future, a son of Rockport Harbor, will handle two turns.\r\n&ldquo;He acts like it would probably be better for him,&rdquo; said Baker. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s bred that way too. He&rsquo;s very laid-back.&rdquo;\r\nRockin Heat finished second in each of his three outings, the first two of which came against maidens. He was beaten just a length by shipper Pluck most recently going a mile on turf in the Grade 3 Summer Stakes.\r\n&ldquo;I don&rsquo;t think we&rsquo;ve seen the best of him,&rdquo; said Baker. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s a great big horse, who wants to not have anybody in his way. He can&rsquo;t change gears. He hesitated when it got a little crowded in the Summer, and when they kicked away, they got away on him a couple of lengths. Then, he had to send him to get back up there. It was counter-productive, in the end.&rdquo;\r\nTrainer Mark Casse entered Blue Laser and Withdrawal in the Grade 3 Grey, which has no couplings.\r\nBlue Laser was along for third in his debut on the grass, and then won his maiden over a mile and 70 yards on the Polytrack, while defeating Rockin Heat.\r\n&ldquo;He was a little laid-back in his first race,&rdquo; said Casse. &ldquo;He ran well, but we thought that he had trained better on the Polytrack. He was really game when he fought off Rockin Heat. It was impressive.&rdquo;\r\nWithdrawal was beaten 9 1/2 lengths while missing the board in each of his first two starts, both in restricted stakes in July. He earned his diploma over a mile and 70 yards is his last outing.\r\n&ldquo;He&rsquo;d trained decently, which is why I ran him in stakes, but the problem with him is he wanted a little more ground,&rdquo; said Casse. &ldquo;I really liked him the day he won.&rdquo;\r\nClassic Legacy won both of his races over six furlongs, including a fast allowance, for which he earned an 87 Beyer. A son of Macho Uno trained by Bob Tiller, he possesses sufficient stamina in his pedigree for the task at hand.