One of racing&rsquo;s best feel-good stories of 2010 took place last summer when owner-trainer Tim Snyder, down on his luck and without a horse to call his own, spent his last $2,000 to buy a filly who was blind in one eye and burdened by a club foot and bad shoulder. It became a rags-to-riches saga when Lisa&rsquo;s Booby Trap &ndash; named for Snyder&rsquo;s late wife and a gentleman&rsquo;s club in Florida &ndash; reeled off four straight victories to begin her career, capped by a six-length score in the restricted Loudonville for New York-breds at Saratoga.\r\nThe storybook season went sour, however, when Lisa&rsquo;s Booby Trap finished last of 10 trying turf at Saratoga, and she faded from view after finishing third of five as an odds-on favorite in an allowance back at her home track, Finger Lakes, in western New York.\r\nChapter 2 could begin on Tuesday when Lisa&rsquo;s Booby Trap returns from an eight-month layoff to make her 4-year-old debut in the featured eighth race at Finger Lakes, a six-furlong money allowance that is also open to $30,000 claimers.\r\nBased on her workouts, Lisa&rsquo;s Booby Trap seems sharp. She breezed four furlongs in a best-of-30 move in 48 seconds on May 13 and followed that with an even more impressive five-furlong bullet in 59 seconds last Monday.\r\nShe will be ridden for the first time by Daniel Morales, who begins the week with a 4-for-39 record and just 2 for 34 at the Finger Lakes meet.\r\nLovely Daniella, who has been off a week longer than Lisa&rsquo;s Booby Trap &ndash; or more precisely since winning the Jack Betta Be Rite Handicap going 1 1/16 miles on Sept. 18 &ndash; looks to be the most dangerous rival to the track&rsquo;s 4-5 morning-line favorite in a field of six.\r\nA 6-year-old mare with a 9-for-14 record at Finger Lakes, Lovely Daniella has not won sprinting since taking an optional $10,000 claimer restricted to New York-breds in May 2009. In her first start last year following a similar eight-month break, Lovely Daniella did run well enough to finish third, earning an 80 Beyer Speed Figure, in the six-furlong Arctic Queen.\r\nSeasons Wise finished 1 1/2 lengths behind Lovely Daniella in last year&rsquo;s Arctic Queen. First or second in 10 of 14 starts at Finger Lakes, Seasons Wise returns to her home track after a lackluster fifth going five furlongs on the Tapeta at Presque Isle Downs two weeks ago.