Over the past month, no trainer has been hotter at Finger Lakes than Michael Ferraro, who has put together a 13&#45;for&#45;31 streak, which translates to a 42 percent hit rate.Ferraro, who has won 18 training titles at Finger Lakes during a career that began in 1971 at Fort Erie, has a good shot to continue his recent run of success when he sends out the coupled entry of Love Our Grankids and Frankies Dream in Tuesday&rsquo;s featured eighth race, one of three allowances on a nine&#45;race card. Race 8, scheduled for six furlongs, is restricted to New York&#45;bred fillies and mares who have not won two statebred allowances and $8,000 claimers.A 5&#45;year&#45;old mare, Love Our Grankids was running for a bottom $4,000 claiming tag against nonwinners&#45;of&#45;two lifetime competiton at Golden Gate Fields this spring when she was transferred to Ferraro&rsquo;s barn. She has gone 3 for 8 since making her first start for Ferraro in late May, including a 1 1/2&#45;length score against open allowance company last time out Sept. 13. The last time she ran at this level, Love Our Grankids finished a close second going a mile and 70 yards.The main threat to Love Our Grankids happens to be her coupled stablemate, Frankies Dream, a 5&#45;year&#45;old who has been no worse than second in 11 of 15 lifetime starts at Finger Lakes. Ferraro has been running Frankies Dream at the $4,000 claiming level for most of the past two seasons, but she&rsquo;s on the improve lately, missing by a neck versus $5,000 company on Sept. 11 and winning a restricted first&#45;level allowance by a neck 13 days later.The best of the non&#45;Ferraro&#45;trained runners appears to be Azucaa Anne, a 3&#45;year&#45;old who has finished second in each of her last two starts, both at this same level. She is a five&#45;time winner this season, including a first&#45;level allowance Aug. 9.◗ Ferraro also has a contender in race 4, a six&#45;furlong allowance for nonwinners of two lifetime, in Netti Is Golden, who returned from a 2 1/2&#45;month layoff to win his maiden by four lengths Sept. 20.◗ Awedacious Caren, who won her first two starts since coming to leading trainer Chris Englehart by nearly 23 lengths, looks to make it three wins in a row when she returns from a seven&#45;week layoff in race 7, a 5 1/2&#45;furlong allowance for fillies and mares who have never won three races.