ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Dash It Dreamer&rsquo;s recent form is hard to fault if you ignore her subpar showing on the dirt at Fort Erie, and she should be prominent in Thursday&rsquo;s Woodbine headliner, a second&#45;level allowance sprint with a $62,500&#45;claiming option.Dash It Dreamer, a 4&#45;year&#45;old trained by Reade Baker, completed her 3&#45;year&#45;old campaign with three consecutive allowance scores, two of which were in Ontario&#45;sired company.Following a long layoff May 22, Dash It Dreamer wound up second after setting the pace in the six&#45;furlong Ballade Stakes. Impossible Time, the Ballade winner, has evolved into the leading Ontario&#45;sired female on the grounds.Dash It Dreamer went to Fort Erie June 6 for the five&#45;furlong Rainbow Connection Stakes, in which she finished a well&#45;beaten sixth in a race that was originally scheduled for the grass.Dash It Dreamer rebounded most recently under Emma Wilson in a six&#45;furlong event at this level, in which she dueled on the pace with Sharp Secretary, en route to running second to that rival. Sharp Secretary subsequently defeated a quality field of 3&#45;year&#45;old fillies in the Duchess Stakes.Trainer Sid Attard entered two 3&#45;year&#45;olds in the 6 1/2&#45;furlong feature, D&rsquo;wild Beach and Red Release.D&rsquo;wild Beach, a half&#45;sister to Grade 1 Ashland winner Hooh Why, won both of her races on the front end under David Clark. She has worked extensively since notching a first&#45;level allowance while receiving a Beyer Speed Figure of just 72 July 3.Red Release graduated third time out this spring, and nearly found the mark in her first allowance attempt June 19. She captured a five&#45;furlong allowance with a 74 Beyer earlier this month under Patrick Husbands, who retains the mount.Trainer Steve Asmussen entered School Girl and Bear&rsquo;s Lightning. Like the Attard duo, they are not coupled.School Girl ran second in the Holiday Inaugural Stakes over Turfway&rsquo;s Polytrack last November. She has started twice here on the Polytrack since being claimed for $32,000 at Keeneland in April.School Girl won her local debut May 15, and also competed with a $60,000 claiming price when she finished fourth behind Sharp Secretary and Dash It Dreamer July 17. Fashion Jenny and Bedarra also exited that key race to score.Bear&rsquo;s Lightning was claimed off Baker from a runner&#45;up placing in a $40,000 conditioned claimer July 23. Completing the field is Amazon Belle, who has run hot and cold this year for trainer Bob Tiller.