ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; A sharp Dancingall Theway will seek his third consecutive score Wednesday night at Woodbine in the $125,000 Shepperton Stakes. The 6 1/2&#45;furlong sprint for Ontario&#45;sired runners has lured a good field that also includes the 2008 Queen&rsquo;s Plate winner, Not Bourbon, along with Grazettes Landing and Paso Doble.Dancingall Theway spent last winter at Gulfstream before returning to the local scene, and was victorious in a six and a half&#45;furlong optional claimer in his next&#45;to&#45;last outing on the Polytrack. Dancingall Theyway ran the race of his life last time in another Ontario&#45;sired stakes, the New Providence. He came wide from third over an inside&#45;biased track in that six&#45;furlong event, and won with determination in 1:09.32, a time which earned him a big but perhaps inflated 102 Beyer Speed Figure.Trainer Lorne Richards said Dancingall Theway has been idle since the June 9 New Providence because of a lack of opportunities. &ldquo;There wasn&rsquo;t really a whole lot for him,&rdquo; Richards said. &ldquo;He seems to do well with lots of time, and we didn&rsquo;t want to run him back too quickly after the last one. He&rsquo;s had his issues over the years, but right now, he&rsquo;s not doing too badly.&rdquo;Richards said Dancingall Theyway&rsquo;s Achilles&rsquo; heel is that he doesn&rsquo;t enjoy running inside of horses.&ldquo;He&rsquo;s twice the horse outside as he is inside,&rdquo; Richards explained. &ldquo;It didn&rsquo;t seem to be as much of an issue when he ran on the turf at Gulfstream. He doesn&rsquo;t care for the kickback too much. The only bad races he&rsquo;s had were when he got stuck down on the inside.&rdquo;Patrick Husbands will ride Dancingall Theway, who drew post 6 in the nine&#45;horse field.Not Bourbon captured an Ontario&#45;sired allowance when he returned from a 20&#45;month absence May 12. He subsequently finished fifth after a wide trip on the grass in the Grade 3 Connaught Cup Stakes, and was a nonthreatening fifth most recently in the six&#45;furlong Highlander Stakes on the lawn. Grazettes Landing won the five&#45;furlong Debut Stakes opening day, and then finished fifth with a career high 99 Beyer in the rapidly&#45;run Vigil Stakes. He could only manage third as the favorite in the New Providence, and was a clear second most recently on turf in the Ontario Jockey Club Stakes.Paso Doble, who raced in fourth throughout the New Providence, could revert back to his usual front&#45;running style.