HALLANDALE BEACH, Fla. &ndash; It&rsquo;s always been said that you never know who you might see show up in the entries &ndash; even in an allowance race &ndash; during the Gulfstream Park meeting. On Wednesday, Breeders&rsquo; Cup winner Tapitsfly returns to make her first start since capturing the 2009 Juvenile Fillies Turf in the $57,000 allowance feature for fillies and mares, to be run at one mile on the turf.\r\nTapitsfly capped off her 2-year-old campaign at Santa Anita with a half-length victory over Rose Catherine in the Juvenile Fillies Turf. Trainer Dale Romans brought Tapitsfly down here last winter with the intention of running her at Gulfstream Park, but following a series of setbacks wound up giving her the entire year off.\r\n&ldquo;We took a chip out of her ankle, brought her back a little quick, and her layoff stretched into being a lot longer than we&rsquo;d expected,&rdquo; said Romans. &ldquo;It&rsquo;s tough to bring any horse back for the first time off this long a layoff, but she&rsquo;s been training super. Her last work on the grass here was as good as her final work right before the Breeders&rsquo; Cup. There are a lot of options for her, but we&rsquo;ll let this race dictate where we&rsquo;ll go with her next.&rdquo;\r\nTapitsfly will face 10 rivals in her return, including Miss World, who won the Grade 1 Garden City two seasons ago at 3 but has since gone winless in six subsequent starts. Miss World is coming off a fourth-place finish in Calder&rsquo;s Grade 3 My Charmer Handicap for trainer Christophe Clement.\r\nBarracks Road is the only other stakes winner in the field. A Canadian-bred, Barracks Road won two one-mile stakes, the Ontario Colleen and Ontario Damsel, over her home base at Woodbine in late August. She figures to force the early pace on Wednesday along with stretch-out sprinters such as Tremendamente Loca and Go for Jan.\r\nA lively pace would enhance the chances of Romin Robin, who was overmatched in the Grade 3 Cardinal Handicap in her 2010 finale. Trained by David Kassen, Romin Robin is the only member of the field to take advantage of the $80,000 claiming option in the conditions of this race, having won a pair of three-other-than optional claimers this summer at Arlington Park.\r\nCompleting the lineup are Trix in the City, Me Love, Profiteroles, Maddie&rsquo;s Odyssey, and Sweet Theresa.