DEL MAR, Calif. &ndash; Sunday is redemption day for Free Flying Soul, who must win the Grade 3 Rancho Bernardo Handicap at Del Mar to reclaim her ranking as top female sprinter in California.\r\nFive entered the 6 1/2-furlong race, including Sweet August Moon, who upset Free Flying Soul at Hollywood Park, Alpha Kitten, who missed the A Gleam with a fever but worked well recently, and outsiders Silver Swallow and Taste&rsquo;s Sis.\r\nFree Flying Soul finished second July 17 in the A Gleam at Hollywood, but she ran a winning race.\r\n&ldquo;Everybody was riding our horse; everybody was carrying her out,&rdquo; trainer Bruce Headley said.\r\nWith Free Flying Soul caught four wide, Sweet August Moon cut the corner carrying six pounds less (122-116) and scored the upset. The loss did not diminish Headley&rsquo;s opinion of Free Flying Soul, who has won six races and $423,177 from 16 starts.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;s at the top of her game, she&rsquo;s doing really well,&rdquo; Headley said and downplayed the significance of the rail post. &ldquo;Nobody likes the inside, but it&rsquo;s a short field, and she&rsquo;s got speed.&rdquo;\r\nRafael Bejarano takes over for Mike Smith, who rides Sunday at Woodbine.\r\nIn fact, Free Flying Soul should make the lead in a field that lacks speed. She can win if she holds off Sweet August Moon, whose A Gleam upset was her first win in more than a year for trainer Brian Koriner. She was off from April 2009 until January 2010 with an injury and needed five starts to regain form.\r\n&ldquo;She had no reason not to [regain form], but until they do it, it keeps you guessing,&rdquo; Koriner said.\r\nSweet August Moon has won six races and $336,396 from 16 starts, but Koriner admits &ldquo;she has not been real impressive in the mornings. She hasn&rsquo;t seemed like she has worked real sharp over this racetrack.&rdquo;\r\nAlpha Kitten is unraced in more than two months, not by design. After finishing second to Free Flying Soul in a minor stakes in June, Alpha Kitten was to move up in class.\r\n&ldquo;Our plan all along was the A Gleam, but she got a 103-degree fever,&rdquo; trainer John Sadler said.\r\nAlpha Kitten has won 2 of 7, including a Grade 2 in January 2009, and has trained well over the Del Mar track, including a bullet six-furlong workout Aug. 14.\r\nThe Rancho Bernardo is race 4 on a nine-race card.