DEL MAR, Calif. &ndash; The North American tour for the 2-year-old filly Final Mesa arrives at Del Mar on Friday for the $150,000 Sorrento Stakes. If the result is anything like her previous races, she will leave town after an impressive victory.\r\nFinal Mesa has won three races easily &ndash; a maiden race at Keeneland in April, the Polly Drummond Stakes at Delaware Park in May, and the My Dear Stakes at Woodbine by 7 3/4 lengths in June.\r\nThe Grade 3 Sorrento Stakes will be her first start beyond five furlongs and part of a series leading to longer races this fall, owner-trainer Wesley Ward said.\r\n&ldquo;She breaks and is right there, because that&rsquo;s what I&rsquo;ve taught her to do,&rdquo; Ward said. &ldquo;Hopefully, we can stretch her out.&rdquo;\r\nDel Mar&rsquo;s Polytrack synthetic surface should not be an issue for Final Mesa, who won on Polytrack surfaces at Keeneland and Woodbine. What does scare Ward was Final Mesa&rsquo;s half-mile workout in 51.80 seconds Sunday, much slower than he would preferred. He said the filly did not wear blinkers in the workout but will wear them in the race.\r\n&ldquo;The only thing that concerns me was that she didn&rsquo;t have such a brilliant work,&rdquo; he said.\r\nA similar situation occurred before the My Dear Stakes, when Final Mesa worked three furlongs in 39 seconds a week before the race.\r\nFinal Mesa must be at her best in the Sorrento, which has drawn a strong field, including the first four finishers of the Landaluce Stakes at Hollywood Park on July 11 &ndash; Dawnie Macho, Izshelegal, Belleofthebridle, and She&rsquo;ll Heir &ndash; and the maiden race winners A Z Warrior, Alienation, and Wickedly Perfect.\r\nDawnie Macho has drawn the outside post, seeking to extend her unbeaten streak to three races.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;ll have to run better to win, and I think she can,&rdquo; trainer John Sadler said.\r\nIzshelegal was second by three-quarters of a length in the Landaluce in her debut. She was at the back of the field early and closed from fifth in the final furlong.