VANCOUVER, British Columbia &ndash; If Bearrock N Roll can come close to repeating his sharp performance in a first&#45;level optional $30,000 claiming race Aug. 15, he will be tough to beat in a similar race at Hastings on Friday. The 6 1/2&#45;furlong sprint for 3&#45;year&#45;olds and up drew six horses and will go as race 3.Bearrock N Roll, trained by Craig MacPherson, earned a 91 Beyer Speed Figure for his win over Slews Boy in his last start. That represents the second&#45;best Beyer at the current meet, only surpassed by the 99 Teide received for his win in the George Royal Stakes. It was by far the best Beyer that Bearrock N Roll has earned in his career and it was also his first win this year. He is certainly eligible to bounce but he looked very sharp when he worked a bullet four furlongs in 47.40 seconds Sept. 9 and it wouldn&rsquo;t be surprising to see him come back with another strong effort. Bearrock N Roll has good speed but doesn&rsquo;t need the lead and figures to get a stalking trip behind Woombroom Express.Amadeo Perez picks up the mount from leading rider Fernando Perez, who will miss the rest of the meet due to medical problems.B R Remark will be making his first start of the year and indicated his readiness with a bullet five&#45;furlong move in 59.80 seconds Sept. 3. Trained by Brian Giesbrecht, B R Remark is a multiple sprint stakes winner and is the top money earner in the field with $205,695. He closed out his 2008 campaign with wins in the PNE Presidents Speed Handicap and the $54,000 Express. Last year, however, he went winless in six starts with four third&#45;place finishes.Woombroom Express, trained by Quint McCabe, will undoubtedly be the one they have to catch. Woombroom Express set a quick pace before tiring to finish fourth in Bearrock N Roll&rsquo;s breakout performance and in his previous race he forced the issue early before fading in the B.C. Cup Sprint. Woombroom Express&rsquo;s last win came in the 2009 B.C. Cup Sprint. In his best race this year, he finished second by a head to Cardinal Zin in a $50,000 optional claiming race June 5. Slew&rsquo;s Boy was sent off as the lukewarm favorite when he finished second to Bearrock N Roll last time. Soldiers Return and Red Wrangler round out the field.