ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Don&rsquo;s Folly seems better suited to the seven furlongs than some of the other contenders in Wednesday&rsquo;s $125,000 Overskate at Woodbine, and he will be looking to notch his second consecutive stakes in the race for Ontario-sired runners.\r\nDon&rsquo;s Folly&rsquo;s first stakes triumph took place three years ago at 2 in the seven-furlong Simcoe, which was for graduates of local yearling sales. He missed all of 2008, and had 1 win in 5 starts last year, which came in Ontario-sired allowance company.\r\nDon&rsquo;s Folly ended a long drought in another yearling sales stakes Sept. 6, the six-furlong Kenora, in which he came from off a rapid pace to score by a neck over Drunken Love and Flashy Yankee.\r\nTrainer Ian Black said Don&rsquo;s Folly has retained his sharpness heading into the Overskate.\r\n&ldquo;He came back and breezed really well last weekend,&rdquo; said Black. &ldquo;He seems like he&rsquo;s in good order right now.&rdquo;\r\nSand Cove should be well backed in the Overskate, even though is seven-furlong form is spotty. His lone score at that distance came in an Ontario-sired allowance early in his career.\r\nSand Cove captured two 1 1/16-mile stakes this year, the Grade 3 Seagram Cup and the Steady Growth, but could manage only third last time as the big favorite in the restricted Elgin.\r\nMobthewarrior is turning back off a commendable second-place finish in the 1 1/16-mile Elgin. He won the seven-furlong Frost King Stakes last year at 2.\r\n&ldquo;Seven furlongs to a mile is probably his optimum distance,&rdquo; said trainer Greg De Gannes. &ldquo;His last race was his first against older horses, and I thought he gave a good account of himself.&rdquo;\r\nDancingall Theway had clear sailing on the outside when he took the six-furlong New Providence Stakes with a Beyer Speed Figure of 102 on June 9. Most recently, Aug. 4 in another Ontario-sired stakes, the Shepperton, he trailed the eight-horse field after a far-from-ideal inside trip.\r\nTrainer Lorne Richards said Dancingall Theway does his best running outside of rivals.\r\n&ldquo;He&rsquo;s a little guy, and doesn&rsquo;t like getting too much dirt in his face, or having anybody on the outside of him,&rdquo; Richards said.\r\nOfficeinthevalley defeated Ontario-sired 3-year-olds last time on the grass, in the one-mile Vice Regent Stakes. He won his previous race on Polytrack in a six-furlong allowance.\r\nFront-runners Drunken Love and Daniel Be Good should ensure a quick pace.