ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Gypsy Ring has maintained solid form throughout the Woodbine meet, and will likely be favored in Friday&rsquo;s seven&#45;furlong headliner, a second&#45;level allowance with a $62,500&#45;60,000 claiming option. Gypsy Ring finished second in two Ontario&#45;sired stakes this year, the New Providence and Shepperton, in which he faced tougher competition than what he&rsquo;s up against Friday. His lone unplaced effort at the meet came in a slow&#45;paced allowance July 4, when he was too far back over a Polytrack that favored speed horses such as Queen&rsquo;s Plate winner Big Red Mike. A chink in Gypsy Ring&rsquo;s armor is that he is winless in four Polytrack starts over seven furlongs, but he won his maiden over that distance on the grass, and was beaten only a head in the seven&#45;furlong Deputy Minister Stakes in 2009. Last time, in a six&#45;furlong allowance on turf, Gypsy Ring came from mid&#45;pack to win despite drifting out in the stretch. Chantal Sutherland retains the mount on him for owner&#45;trainer Paul Buttigieg, who&rsquo;s had a career year. Don&rsquo;s Folly rallied from off fast fractions to capture the restricted Kenora Stakes in his next&#45;to&#45;last outing. He had little pace to run at most recently against Ontario&#45;sired stakes foes in the seven&#45;furlong Overskate, and was never in the hunt. Slade Callaghan will ride Don&rsquo;s Folly, who is running with a $60,000 claiming tag. Daniel Be Good figures to lead the way, with Court of the Realm in close proximity. Daniel Be Good helped to set a tepid pace before tiring to third in both the Overskate and Mt. Sassafras stakes on Oct. 13. Three starts ago, he won a seven&#45;furlong optional claimer on the grass under apprentice Omar Moreno.Court of the Realm blew away maiden special opponents traveling seven furlongs Sept. 18, and then doubled up in a 1 1/16&#45;mile allowance. In the latter event, he pressed a lively pace before pulling away to prevail by three lengths in a quick clocking. Regally Ready drew the undesirable 1&#45;hole. He earned an 88 Beyer Speed Figure in a four&#45;length allowance victory Sept. 25. His works since then have been fast for a Steve Asmussen trainee. Spider Rock won 5 of 9 starts last year, and is 2 for 5 at this stand. He&rsquo;s coming off a rare lackluster performance in an optional claimer on turf.