Trainer Bret Calhoun entered three horses in Louisiana Champions Day races Saturday at Fair Grounds, and a perfect afternoon is within his grasp.\r\nSu Casa G Casa looks like the favorite in the $100,000 Juvenile, Take Me Home Too could well be favored in the $100,000 Lassie, and Speedacious should be no worse than second choice in the $100,000 Ladies Sprint.\r\nSpeedacious turned in the best race of her career on Champions Day 2009, winning the Dec. 12 Lassie by 12 lengths while earning a Beyer Speed Figure of 102, exceptional for a 2-year-old filly, but Speedacious had trouble making it back to the races. She didn&rsquo;t start again until July, when she beat Ladies Sprint contender Good Human Bean by a neck, and comes into Saturday&rsquo;s start on a three-race losing streak. But those losses all came in two-turn races, and Speedacious is back in her comfort zone, sprinting at Fair Grounds.\r\n&ldquo;Maybe the two turns might not be her best,&rdquo; Calhoun said. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s coming into it the right way. I&rsquo;m pretty optimistic.&rdquo;\r\nCalhoun might even feel more strongly about Su Casa G Casa and Take Me Home Too. Su Casa G Casa finished second in his career debut, then won a maiden race at Louisiana Downs by more than 12 lengths and a $50,000 open race at Remington Park by more than four, leading all the way both times. Su Casa G Casa finished second at odds of 4-5 in the Louisiana Legacy on Nov. 20 at Delta Downs, but that was a two-turn seven-furlong race, and Calhoun was upset that Su Casa G Casa was dogged on the early lead by a horse that ended up bolting. As with Speedacious, the return to a sprint distance should suit Calhoun&rsquo;s horse, and though there is plenty of other early speed in the six-furlong Juvenile, Calhoun thinks his horse might get clear.\r\n&ldquo;I think he&rsquo;s faster than they are,&rdquo; Calhoun said.\r\nThe Juvenile looks pretty deep this year. Shine Young Futurity winner Toro Bravo is part of the field as is Tonto Too, a debut maiden winner over open rivals at Keeneland. Fort Hood could pick up the pieces of a taxing pace war.\r\nTake Me Home Too hasn&rsquo;t started since July 31, when she easily won the Laurel Lane Stakes at Louisiana Downs, but Calhoun said her break was by design.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;s trained absolutely super going into this race,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;I couldn&rsquo;t ask her to be coming up to it any better.&rdquo;\r\nTensas Punch, Do Dat Blues, and Lawyer Tiffany could provide Take Me Home Too&rsquo;s stiffest opposition.\r\nLadies: Superior Storm gets test\r\nSuperior Storm has long been a superior Louisiana-bred dirt-route horse, but her grasp on the division may be slipping just as 4-year-old Little Polka Dot is coming into her own.\r\nSuperior Storm has won three Champions Day races and surely will be favored to capture her third straight $100,000 Ladies. But in July, she finished fourth as the 1-2 favorite at Evangeline Downs in a statebred-restricted stakes, and though Superior Storm got back on track with a win last month at Delta, she held on by only a neck.\r\nLittle Polka Dot, meanwhile, won a Delta allowance race by almost nine lengths Nov. 10 in her first start for Tom Amoss, and she showed an affinity for the Fair Grounds main track last season.\r\nTurf: Snakebite Kit figures out front\r\nIt&rsquo;s old school versus new school with two-time Champions Day Turf winner Desert Wheat taking on 4-year-old Snakebite Kit in the $100,000 Turf.\r\nSnakebite Kit has won 4 of his 6 career turf starts, and went 3 for 3 on the Fair Grounds course last season. What&rsquo;s unusual about his success in New Orleans is Snakebite Kit&rsquo;s running style: The gelding likes going to the front, tactics that are typically shunned on the closer-favoring Fair Grounds course. Snakebite Kit finished a distant sixth in his most recent start, but that came on Delta Downs dirt, a mere prep for Saturday&rsquo;s race.\r\nDesert Wheat was rained off grass in his Champions Day prep but turned in a useful performance finishing third Nov. 26 at Fair Grounds. Desert Wheat is a five-time winner over the Fair Grounds grass course, and it would be surprising if the 2010 Turf winner doesn&rsquo;t come from this pair.\r\n◗ The only thing standing between Flashy Wise Cat and a second straight win in the $100,000 Sprint is My Star Runner, but that rival could pose a formidable obstacle. My Star Runner has won 4 of his 5 career starts and showed a new tactical dimension when coming from off the pace to win his stakes debut last month at Delta. Still, Flashy Wise Cat&rsquo;s best lick is a six-furlong race on the Fair Grounds main track, something he&rsquo;s not gotten to do since cruising to victory on Champions Day 2009.