A 5&#45;for&#45;8 record typically means stakes races have been, or will be, on the agenda. But in the case of Dashel, there is no need to rush.&ldquo;Not at this point,&rdquo; said Chris Block, who trains Dashel for his family&rsquo;s high&#45;profile Illinois stable, Team Block.Lacking a stakes race, the Saturday program at Arlington Park in Arlington Heights, Ill., is highlighted by a $46,920 turf&#45;sprint allowance that has become the specialty of Dashel, who has a two&#45;race winning streak.A homebred, Dashel is a &ldquo;hard&#45;nosed filly who gives her best when she goes out there,&rdquo; Block said. &ldquo;It seems she&rsquo;s found her niche sprinting on the grass. We&rsquo;re just trying to find spots like this, which sometimes can be hard to find. We&rsquo;ve been fortunate that these races have been coming up here at Arlington.&rdquo;Dashel, with Eddie Perez to ride from post 5, is one of eight fillies and mares in the eighth of nine races on a Saturday card that begins at 1 p.m. The five&#45;furlong race is governed by a third&#45;level allowance condition and a $62,500 claiming option being exercised by the connections of just one of the starters, Kimbo.Dashel has used a steady stretch kick to start her career so successfully, and there seems to be plenty of pace that might facilitate that style Saturday. Bella Notte, despite having competed in two&#45;turn races lately, still looks fast enough to be a major front&#45;end factor in this race, and Kip Berries and Kimbo also could be on or near the lead.Bella Notte, alternately trained by the father&#45;son team of Hugh and Mac Robertson, looms a major danger when stepping into open company. A 6&#45;year&#45;old mare, she has been a dominant factor in Minnesota&#45;bred company for the last year or so, having won two restricted stakes from her last four starts.Dee&rsquo;s Rose, beaten a nose by Dashel last out, is another obvious threat.One other allowance (race 4), also a turf sprint, is among the rest of the Saturday card.The next major Arlington stakes come during the Aug. 21 International Festival of Racing, led by the 28th Arlington Million.