Haveyougoneaway has left the Mid&#45;South region. The New York&#45;bred mare, who accounted for two&#45;thirds of the female sprint stakes series this winter at Oaklawn, is now based at Belmont Park with trainer Tom Morley. She was sold privately in April. &ldquo;We sold her after the last race,&rdquo; said Rick Cundiff of Champion Racing Stable. &ldquo;She was sold to Becky Thomas. It was a good deal for everybody involved. We had a lot of fun with the mare, a lot of excitement, and wish them all the best as well.&rdquo; Morley said Haveyougoneaway arrived not long after the Carousel, a $150,000 race in which she finished second April 14 at Oaklawn. He said she is being pointed for the $200,000 Critical Eye, a New York&#45;bred stakes for fillies and mares at a mile on the main track May 30 at Belmont. &ldquo;She came up in tremendous condition,&rdquo; Morley said. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s a class act. She&rsquo;s done everything right. Her mind is extremely good. At the end of the day, she knows her job.&rdquo; Morley said Haveyougoneaway will have Jose Ortiz aboard when she makes her first start against New York&#45;bred company in the Critical Eye. Cundiff said he was pleased with how the winter came together for Haveyougoneaway, who has spent the bulk of her career racing in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. She is a 5&#45;year&#45;old by Congrats who has won eight races from 22 starts and earned $402,425. Haveyougoneaway had been trained by Allen Milligan. &ldquo;The two stakes wins at Oaklawn certainly put her on the map,&rdquo; said Cundiff. Evans runners eye stakesJustin Evans, who is winning races at a 52 percent clip at SunRay Park in Farmington, N.M., has a handful of runners targeting stakes at Churchill Downs, Mountaineer Park, and Arapahoe. Dirt Monster shipped Thursday from New Mexico to Churchill. Evans said the multiple sprint&#45;stakes winner is being pointed for the Grade 3, $100,000 Aristides. The six furlong race will be run June 4. Dirt Monster has won two stakes in his last three starts and worked a bullet five furlongs in 59.80 seconds on May 7 at SunRay. &ldquo;He worked really good the other day,&rdquo; said Evans. &ldquo;Any time you go to Churchill, it&rsquo;s always going to be tough. We&rsquo;ll see how he fits. His numbers have been really, really good out here. He tries so hard, has run such big races out here, it seems he deserves a shot.&rdquo; Plans call for Concord Fast, who won the $100,000 Riley Allison at Sunland one start after finishing third to the Preakness&#45;bound Collected in the $415,000 Sunland Festival of Racing Stakes, to take advantage of his West Virginia&#45;bred status later this year. Evans said the horse first is a candidate for the Charles Taylor Derby at Albuquerque, but beyond, he could head to Mountaineer. Evans said the plan is to target West Virginia&#45;bred stakes in August at Mountaineer and in October at Charles Town. Concord Fast won the $100,000 Mine That Bird in February at Sunland, then closed out his campaign at the track with a 1 1/2&#45;length win in the Riley Allison. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s matured into such a good horse,&rdquo; Evans said. &ldquo;Last out, [the leader] was out in the middle of the track, and he just kept gunning for him and got by him and went on to win with authority. He drew off like you want to see. He&rsquo;s matured into a nice horse.&rdquo; Evans trains both Concord Fast and Dirt Monster for Teed Off Stable. He said Alsono and Caminetto, who ran one&#45;two in an 870&#45;yard stakes earlier this month at SunRay, are candidates to ship to West Virginia for stakes, accompanying Concord Fast. Redneck Humor, who has won stakes in his last two starts, including the $100,000 Bill Thomas Memorial on the undercard of the Sunland Festival of Racing, is a candidate for the Front Range at Arapahoe, said Evans. Evans, who won the training title at Sunland, is 21 for 40 at SunRay. He credits the fast start to the work of his wife, Vanessa, and assistant Carlos Cervantes. Promise Me Silver gears upPromise Me Silver, who won the first eight starts of her career, including last year&rsquo;s Eight Belles Stakes at Churchill, was scheduled to work over the weekend at Lone Star Park, trainer Bret Calhoun said Thursday. Promise Me Silver is gearing up for her first start since September, when she turned in a rare off&#45;the&#45;board finish while facing Cavorting in the Grade 2 Prioress at Saratoga. Promise Me Silver is a strong candidate for the Grade 3, $100,000 Winning Colors at Churchill. The six&#45;furlong race for fillies and mares is May 28. Promise Me Silver races for Robert Luttrell. ◗ He&rsquo;s Comin in Hot, the winner of last year&rsquo;s Grade 3 Bashford Manor at Churchill, launched his 3&#45;year&#45;old season with a two&#45;other&#45;than allowance win over older horses April 30 at Lone Star. Plans for his next start are to be determined, Calhoun said.