DEL MAR, Calif. &ndash; Gotta Have Her has been a mainstay on the Southern California circuit for four seasons, but the move of the Oak Tree meeting from Santa Anita, where she is a terror on the downhill turf course, to Hollywood Park is likely to force her to head out of town for her next start, according to trainer Jenine Sahadi.\r\n&ldquo;Losing the hill, that was devastating for me,&rdquo; Sahadi said after Gotta Have Her successfully defended her title Monday at Del Mar in the Grade 2, $150,000 Palomar Handicap for older female turf horses. &ldquo;We may run in the mile turf race at Keeneland.&rdquo;\r\nThat would be the Grade 1 First Lady on Oct. 9, a race that is likely to attract divisional leader Proviso.\r\nGotta Have Her overcame a dawdling pace to win the Palomar. She is Sahadi&rsquo;s favorite horse, and the trainer grows anxious when watching her run.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;s very special,&rdquo; Sahadi said. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s a joy to have. She&rsquo;s so versatile. She&rsquo;s effective from 6 1/2 furlongs to a mile and an eighth. She will ship to Hollywood Park on Thursday. This will be her last year of racing.&rdquo;\r\nGotta Have Her, 6, has won 10 times in 29 starts and has earned $1,092,608. She is owned by the Green Lantern Stables of Richard Masson.\r\nNorfolk next for Bench Points\r\nThere were two stakes for California-bred males this summer at Del Mar, and Bench Points won both of them. Now, according to trainer Tim Yakteen, he&rsquo;s set to take the next step. After winning the Graduation Stakes on Aug. 4, he came back and captured the I&rsquo;m Smokin Stakes on Monday, thus earning a spot in the Norfolk Stakes during the Oak Tree meeting on Oct. 2.\r\n&ldquo;It&rsquo;s time to test open races,&rdquo; Yakteen said after Bench Points ran his record to 3 for 3.\r\nBench Points won the six-furlong I&rsquo;m Smokin, despite losing his left front shoe during the race, according to his jockey, Rafael Bejarano.\r\nAvid to have nuclear scan\r\nAvid, who finished a disappointing eighth in the Darley Debutante on Saturday, will undergo a nuclear scintigraphy scan after initially coming out of the race sore, according to her trainer, Richard Mandella.\r\n&ldquo;She had muscle spasms and cramps,&rdquo; Mandella said Tuesday morning at Del Mar. &ldquo;She was in a lot of pain cooling out for about 45 minutes after the race. She&rsquo;s okay today. But we&rsquo;re going to have the nuclear scan done, just to make sure there&rsquo;s nothing else going on.&rdquo;\r\nAvid was an impressive winner of her debut earlier this summer. The Debutante was her second start.\r\nSadler raises money for school\r\nA local school that offered a day at the races with trainer John Sadler raised $10,000, according to Carrie D&rsquo;Arcangelo, whose daughter, Ava, 8, attends Solana Vista in nearby Solana Beach, Calif.\r\n&ldquo;It was an auction item,&rdquo; said D&rsquo;Arcangelo, who occasionally has owned horses over the years. &ldquo;I&rsquo;ve been friends with John for years, and he agreed to do this. He spent the whole day with a family that brought about seven or eight kids along. They went to the barn, where he put the kids on a pony, and then in the afternoon, they went to the paddock.&rdquo;\r\nAnd they eventually got to go to the winner&rsquo;s circle. But only after an inquiry, because the race they watched with Sadler on Sunday was the Del Mar Derby, in which Twirling Candy was left in first place after a controversial bumping incident on the backstretch.