INGLEWOOD, Calif. &ndash; Before he starts Jax El in the $70,000 Fran&rsquo;s Valentine Stakes on Sunday at Hollywood Park, trainer Barry Abrams will give jockey Alonso Quinonez the same instructions he gave two weeks earlier.\r\n&ldquo;Don&rsquo;t try to rate her,&rdquo; Abrams said. &ldquo;I don&rsquo;t care how fast she goes. If she goes 1:07 and finishes last, it will be my fault.&rdquo;\r\nInstead, Abrams and Quinonez can take credit for the bold strategy. Jax El, racing above her eligibility in a two-other-than turf allowance at one mile, opened an eight-length lead setting suicidal fractions &ndash; a 45.33-second half, six furlongs in 1:09.33.\r\nJax El died home with a final quarter-mile in 25.22, but it did not matter. She won by three-quarters of a length.\r\nSunday at Hollywood, Jax El is not the horse to beat, but she is the horse to catch. Seven California-bred fillies and mares run a mile on turf in the Fran&rsquo;s Valentine; the favorites are 2010 Fran&rsquo;s Valentine winner U R All That I Am and Lady Railrider.\r\nAbrams recognizes the challenge facing Jax El.\r\n&ldquo;It&rsquo;s a tougher race, and a [slow] last quarter won&rsquo;t get it done,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;She hasn&rsquo;t learned how to relax yet, but she will. And when she does, she&rsquo;ll be just like her grandmother &ndash; go to the lead and keep going.&rdquo;\r\nJax El is by Unusual Heat; her second dam is multiple stakes winner Akinemod, who carried her speed to an 18-length victory in the 1990 El Encino Stakes at Santa Anita. Jax El has won 3 of 13 and is a full sister to graded stakes winner Pretty Unusual.\r\nThe chief rival for Jax El on Sunday is Jerry Hollendorfer-trained U R All That I Am. Since winning the first start of her career two years ago at Golden Gate in a $12,500 maiden-claimer, she has compiled a 10-for-24 record, while earning $404,529.\r\nRafael Bejarano will ride U R All That I Am, who would become the first repeat winner of the Fran&rsquo;s Valentine. In her most recent start, she won a minor stakes at Golden Gate.\r\nLady Railrider has won nine races and $540,800 from 26 starts. A 6-year-old trained by Steve Specht, Lady Railrider finished second last time out behind Ultra Blend, who was scheduled to run Saturday in the Grade 2 Milady Handicap. Russell Baze is named.\r\nA potential longshot is Logical Single, first or second in 10 of 12 starts for trainer Dean Pedersen.\r\n&ldquo;I think we can fall into a good trip, and maybe she&rsquo;s good enough,&rdquo; he said.\r\nLogical Single will be ridden by Chantal Sutherland, who entered the weekend tied with Bejarano and Joel Rosario for turf wins (6) at the meet.\r\nLogical Single, sired by Singletary, is a half-sister to Grade 3 Bay Meadows Handicap winner Now Victory. Logical Single has earned $155,122 and is the only horse sired by Singletary to earn more than $100,000.\r\nOther starters in the Fran&rsquo;s Valentine, race 7, include Camille C, Ruffled Feathers, and Warren&rsquo;s Jitterbug.