AUBURN, Wash. &ndash; Seventy&#45;two down, 18 to go. That&rsquo;s how many racing days remain at Emerald Downs in 2010, beginning with a seven&#45;race program Thursday, the final Thursday card of the meeting. First post is 6 p.m. Pacific.The feature race, a $7,500 claimer for 3&#45;year&#45;old fillies at 1 1/16 miles, attracted seven entrants. Eyes On My Heart, a gate&#45;to&#45;wire winner under similar conditions in her last start, could start as the favorite for trainer Vann Belvoir. Fly Away and Orange Sherbet, both two&#45;time winners at the meeting, are the other leading contenders. The week concludes Sunday with two one&#45;mile stakes races for 2&#45;year&#45;olds, the $50,000 WTBOA Lads for colts and geldings, and the $50,000 Barbara Shinpoch for fillies.in the meantime, the race for the training title could heat up. Tim McCanna, seeking his 10th title in 15 seasons at Emerald, holds a 48&#45;44 advantage over Belvoir, with Frank Lucarelli in third with 43 wins. McCanna will send out three runners Thursday: Demon&rsquo;s Gone Wild, a 2&#45;year&#45;old maiden making her second start, in the second race; leading contender Marishek in the fifth; and longshot Luckyladylightning in the seventh. Belvoir, dividing his time between Emerald and Remington Park in Oklahoma City, also has three horses on the card: Perhaps Perhaps, a leading contender in the third race; longshot Deputy Dean in the fourth; and Eyes On My Heart in the seventh.McCanna has been in a minor lull lately, winning with 3 of his past 33 starters following a 13&#45;for&#45;37 binge from July 24&#45;Aug. 8. But some of his biggest moments have come in stakes. Winter Warlock won the Aug. 8 Premio Esmeralda for 2&#45;year&#45;olds, Saratoga Boot dominated the $75,000 Emerald Derby on Aug. 15, and Jersey Town, making just his second start of 2010, finished a clear second behind Noosa Beach in the $203,125 Longacres Mile last Sunday.McCanna&rsquo;s starters have earned $580,969 at the meeting, about $17,000 more than three&#45;time defending earnings champion Doris Harwood. McCanna won earnings titles in 2000 and 2004.Ricky Frazier, seeking his fifth title in seven full seasons at Emerald, holds a commanding 94&#45;70 lead over Juan Gutierrez in the jockey standings. Frazier&rsquo;s mounts have earned $1,014,564 at the meeting, about $388,000 more than runner&#45;up Gallyn Mitchell. Noosa Beach, expected to make his final start of the year in the $50,000 Muckleshoot Tribal Classic on Sept. 12, has wrapped up honors as horse of the meeting.