ELMONT, N.Y. &ndash; The weather was supposed to turn warmer and brighter by Thursday, which may enable the $70,000 Glowing Honor to remain on the inner turf course as scheduled. The six-furlong overnight stakes drew a field of 11 fillies and mares, along with two more for the main track only.\r\nGo for Jan, a versatile 3-year-old filly making her first start since running fourth to Rose Catherine at Monmouth Park on July 31, looms a solid threat on turf or dirt for trainer Eddie Kenneally.\r\n&ldquo;She was in against tough company that day&rdquo; &ndash; Rose Catherine is 6 for 6 in turf sprints after winning the recent $200,000 Turf Amazon) &ldquo;and the ground was extremely firm,&rdquo; said Kenneally, who entered the week with a glitzy 4-1-1 mark with 7 meet starters including My Jen&rsquo;s upset of the Grade 2 Gallant Bloom.\r\n&ldquo;It&rsquo;s been going really well,&rdquo; said Kenneally said of his recent success. &ldquo;I think with the way Go for Jan rated and finished to win her two allowance races at Churchill Downs, she&rsquo;ll love the turf at Belmont and run well. Most likely, she&rsquo;ll run if the race comes off, but hopefully the weather will pick up by Thursday and we&rsquo;ll be on the turf.&rdquo;\r\nSolo Piano, a Juddmonte Farm homebred with virtually identical Beyer Speed Figure tops on turf and dirt, looks like a big threat for Bill Mott no matter the footing. The 5-year-old mare&rsquo;s only turf sprint came in her third career start, a third down the hillside course at Santa Anita against the ill-fated multiple stakes winner Tuscan Evening.\r\nSolo Piano was a front-running winner routing on Belmont&rsquo;s inner turf last year for the late Bobby Frankel. In her return to New York for Mott at the spring meet, she set the pace in the Grade 2 Shuvee before fading to fourth.\r\nGranted Tiger, a three-time winner on Belmont turf for Allen Jerkens, returns from a 73-day layoff. She ran well off a similar absence last fall here, when second over yielding turf.\r\nQuebrada Shiner, claimed for $35,000 two back by Bobby Barbara, is the morning-line choice after rallying late behind Rose Catherine in the Lena Spencer at Saratoga.\r\nGlitter City and Gemswich Park, a pair of uncoupled Tom Albertrani-trained fillies, also return from layoffs.\r\nSimply Spiteful is the one to catch if the race comes off.