Snow Fall, one of the 3-year-old fillies entered in the Grade 2, $500,000 Fair Grounds Oaks on Saturday, will be scratched from the race after seeing her temperature spike to 104 degrees a few days ago, trainer Mike Stidham said Wednesday morning.\r\n&ldquo;She worked five furlongs in 59 and 3 on Sunday morning, we entered her, and that afternoon she had a temperature of 104,&rdquo; Stidham said. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s responding. It looks like it was just a virus. She&rsquo;s doing better, but we could never run her Saturday.&rdquo;\r\nSnow Fall was coming off an easy victory Feb. 25 against maidens in her first start on dirt, and going two turns, after a pair of turf sprints.\r\nStidham still will have plenty of firepower on Saturday&rsquo;s card. He sends out Workin for Hops in the Grade 2, $400,000 Mervin Muniz Memorial Handicap for older turf horses, and Upperline in the $100,000 Bayou Handicap for older females on turf.\r\nWorkin for Hops finished fourth, beaten only 1 1/2 lengths, in last month&rsquo;s Fair Grounds Handicap, his first start in nearly five months. Last year, Workin for Hops won the American Derby at Arlington.\r\n&ldquo;He ran a good race for his first start in five months,&rdquo; Stidham said. &ldquo;It was a tough field, he wasn&rsquo;t beaten that far, and he&rsquo;s come back with three solid works since. He looks like he&rsquo;s the lone speed, but you never know how this course is going to play.&rdquo;\r\nUpperline will be seeking her second straight win, having captured the Allen &ldquo;Black Cat&rdquo; LaCombe Memorial in her last start. She won the Arlington Oaks last year.\r\n&ldquo;I expect her to run another good one,&rdquo; Stidham said.\r\nOnce this meet ends on Sunday, Stidham said he will take the majority of his horses to Delaware Park, and have another string at Arlington.