Mountaineer&rsquo;s farewell to summer has the look of a summer rerun. Several of the same horses who played prominent roles in turf stakes on last month&rsquo;s West Virginia Derby undercard will be back in action for the $75,000 turf stakes co-features that kick off Monday&rsquo;s Labor Day card.\r\nThe mile-and-70-yard Labor Day, which goes as race 1, pits three of the five top runners from the West Virginia Speaker&rsquo;s Cup, including winner Vanquisher and runner-up Timeless Fashion, who were separated by a half-length.\r\nThe second race, the Summer Finale for fillies and mares going a mile and 70 yards, brings back four of the top six from the West Virginia Senate President&rsquo;s Cup, led by one-two finishers Kiss Mine and Mimi&rsquo;s Special Six.\r\nThe 6-year-old Vanquisher, based at Delaware Park with trainer Greg Griffith, is a head away from bringing a three-race winning streak into Monday&rsquo;s Labor Day Stakes. He followed up a narrow loss in the Da Hoss at Colonial Downs by winning the Kittens Joy at Colonial and the West Virginia Speaker&rsquo;s Cup, coming far off the pace both times. Rosemary Homeister Jr., who was aboard for each of his last three races, retains the mount.\r\nTimeless Fashion, who is a combined 9 for 17 on turf and synthetic surfaces, led wire to wire in Mountaineer&rsquo;s Independence Day, but got caught in deep stretch by Vanquisher last time out. Timeless Fashion looks to be the controlling speed from the rail Monday.\r\n&nbsp;\r\nThe intriguing newcomer in the lineup is Allie&rsquo;s Event, who has been no worse than second in 9 of 11 starts on turf and synthetic surfaces. He ships in from Presque Isle Downs off a two-length score going a mile on Tapeta and ran well on turf last spring at Tampa Bay Downs. But his trainer, Lori Smock, is 0 for 8 with runners switching from synthetics to turf, including two losses by Allie&rsquo;s Event.\r\nThe 4-year-old Kiss Mine, based at Churchill Downs with trainer Dave Vance, will try to make it four wins in a row in the Summer Finale. She must concede 10 to 13 pounds to her opponents as the 125-pound highweight following back-to-back victories in the West Virginia Senate President&rsquo;s Cup and the Ellis Park Turf. Jon Court, who was aboard for the win at Ellis Park, comes in from Kentucky to ride Kiss Mine.\r\nMimi&rsquo;s Special Six, making her stakes debut, led until deep stretch when she faced Kiss Mine last time. A 4-year-old, Mimi&rsquo;s Special Six is still eligible for a nonwinners-of-two-lifetime condition and is just 1 for 9 lifetime on turf.\r\nThe top new face looks like War Tigress, a Keeneland-based filly who most recently earned a career-best 88 Beyer Speed Figure for her third-place finish in the Lady Canterbury in late July. She is winless in seven starts over the last two years, however, and the runners from the Lady Canterbury are a combined 0 for 6 in their next starts.