AUBURN, Wash. &ndash; Elusive Noise and Awesome Woman, speedy newcomers in the 3-year-old filly division at Emerald Downs, will put unbeaten records on the line Sunday in the $50,000 Seattle Handicap. A total of seven horses were entered for the 6 1/2-furlong Seattle, a preliminary step on the road to the nine-furlong Washington Oaks in August. The Seattle is race 6 on a nice-race card that begins at 2 p.m. Pacific.\r\nElusive Noise is 2 for 2 in her brief career, both victories accomplished in front-running fashion. She&rsquo;s by the influential stallion Elusive Quality, who stands for a $50,000 fee at Darley in Lexington, Ky. Her dam, Noisette, won at distances from one mile to 1 1/4 miles, so Elusive Noise figures to get better as the trips get longer. But she&rsquo;s been impressive going short, too, running five furlongs in 56.80 in her debut on April 17, and 5 1/2 furlongs in 1:03.62 in her second start three weeks ago.\r\nElusive Noise is trained by Tom Wenzel, whose barn is practically overflowing with talented 3-year-old fillies. Wenzel nominated four horses to the Seattle Handicap and will run three of them. Joining Elusive Noise in the lineup are Love Makor, who&rsquo;s never been worse than third in six career starts, and Rossi Reserve, who rallied from midpack to win a first-level optional allowance in her season debut May 14. Wenzel assigned Juan Gutierrez to ride Elusive Noise, with Jose Zunino on Love Makor, and Robert Skelly aboard Rossi Reserve.\r\nWenzel&rsquo;s trio will have their hands full with trainer Howard Belvoir&rsquo;s lone shooter, Awesome Woman. She splashed to an easy victory in her only start, which came in a six-furlong maiden race on May 7, and has worked brilliantly in the interim. In one of the race&rsquo;s many subplots, Belvoir and jockey Javier Matias must decide on tactics. Will Awesome Woman get involved with probable pacesetters Elusive Noise, Love Makor, and Carrabelle Harbor, a double stakes winner in 2010, or will she bide her time while waiting for the leaders to tire? Breaking from the outside post in a seven-horse field, Matias should have plenty of options.\r\nOthers in the field are Class Included, a close second behind Elusive Noise on May 7, and longshot Debbie&rsquo;s Striker, who won a $12,500 maiden claimer in her last start. Class Included closed smartly going 5 1/2 furlongs in her most recent outing and could benefit from the additional 220 yards on Sunday.