Dancing Melody might be stepping up in class after finishing third in a $17,500 claiming race July 10, but the shape of Sunday&rsquo;s feature at Northlands Park could set up perfectly for her. The 6 1/2&#45;furlong sprint for fillies and mares running for a $20,000 claiming price drew five horses and goes as race 5.Dancing Melody, who races for owner&#45;trainer Elly Rutherford, will be glad to get away from You and Me Baby, who beat her in back&#45;to&#45;back races June 26 and July 10. Both times You and Me Baby was the lone speed. Sunday there is a good chance Desperate Dancer and Calmcoolncollected will hook up early and set an honest pace for Dancing Melody to close into. Dancing Melody hasn&rsquo;t been worse than third in four starts at the meet and in her lone win she rallied to beat Here Comes RayRay in a $13,000 claiming race going six furlongs on June 11.There is no guarantee a duel will develop, however. The last time Calmcoolncollected and Desperate Dancer faced each other, Calmcoolncollected broke on top and never looked back while setting quick fractions in a $22,000 claiming race June 22. Trained by Darcy Hawkes, Calmcoolncollected led for the first half&#45;mile before fading to sixth for $30,000 July 11 in her last start.Despite running at &ldquo;B&rdquo; tracks in Alberta for most of her career, Desperate Dancer is the top money earner in the field with $130,168. The first of her 13 wins came in a $20,000 maiden race at Northlands in 2006, but the rest were at either Grande Prairie or Whoop Up Downs in Lethbridge. She is coming off of a third&#45;place finish in a $20,000 claiming race at Northlands July 2.