ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; The promising Bear&rsquo;s Future makes his much-anticipated second start Sunday at Woodbine in the $150,000 Swynford Stakes. The seven-furlong sprint has produced a host of 2-year-old Canadian champions, including Mine That Bird in 2008, but it does not have graded status.\r\nBear&rsquo;s Future was bet down to 5-2 in a seven-furlong maiden special Aug. 13, and didn&rsquo;t disappoint his many backers. After pressing a moderate early pace, he assumed command on the turn and then drew off in the stretch to win by 5 3/4 lengths, after which he galloped out strongly. His time of 1:24.16 translated into a Beyer Speed Figure of 68.\r\nTrainer Reade Baker said he had anticipated a powerful debut race from Bear&rsquo;s Future, who is a son of freshman sire Rockport Harbor.\r\n&ldquo;We thought at that point that he was the best of our 2-year-olds,&rdquo; Baker recalled. &ldquo;He&rsquo;d always shown that, right from the word go. We still have some to run, but he&rsquo;s stood out. You love being around a horse like him. He&rsquo;s such a big, laid-back, calm, gentle horse&mdash;no antics at all. If you saw him gallop, you couldn&rsquo;t guess that he has the lick that he has.&rdquo;\r\nBear&rsquo;s Future breezed five-eighths over the training track in 1:00.40 on Sept. 6, to Baker&rsquo;s satisfaction.\r\n&ldquo;Everything&rsquo;s great,&rdquo; said Baker. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s as good as we&rsquo;re going to get him.&rdquo;\r\nSomething Extra has raced three times for trainer Gail Cox, and could be the second betting choice in the five-horse field.\r\nSomething Extra graduated second-time out, in a 5 1/2-furlong maiden special July 18. For covering the distance in 1:03.63, this son of red-hot sire Indian Charlie was awarded a Beyer Figure of 75. He went on to finish second to the well-regarded Stormy Rush in a six-furlong allowance.\r\nDevilish Stunt won his maiden by six lengths in front-running style, in a 4 1/2-furlong maiden special June 20. He subsequently finished a distant third behind Glory Game and future Grade 3 Sapling Stakes winner Madman Diaries in the Colin Stakes, and was also third in Something Extra&rsquo;s last outing.\r\nWhippit showed little in his first two starts on Polytrack, but the maiden was a prominent second on turf most recently, in the allowance prep for the Grade 3 Summer Stakes.\r\nGood to See You won his only start in a short sprint on the dirt at Fort Erie, earning a 49 Beyer.