SHAKOPEE, Minn. &ndash; Hunter&rsquo;s Tiger Paw will put her three&#45;race win streak on the line in the $60,000 Minnesota Oaks Saturday at Canterbury Park. The mile and 70&#45;yard Oaks will be her first start on a conventional dirt surface. Also on the card is the $60,000 Minnesota Derby, which will feature Bet Your Boots, winner of the Victor S. Myers Jr. Stakes here on July 17. Hunter&rsquo;s Tiger Paw began her career at Woodbine with trainer Ian Black. She won her maiden on Polytrack by an increasing 2 1/4 lengths in her second start this season for a $32,000 claiming price. She followed that up at Woodbine, going gate&#45;to&#45;wire against first&#45;level allowance company in a five&#45;horse field as the longest shot on the board. She was then shipped to Canterbury for the July 4 Northbound Pride Stakes, a one&#45;mile turf race. Jockey Eddie Martin Jr. took her back off the pace and she won her grass debut by a neck after being 9 1/2 lengths out of it early on. She earned a career high Beyer of 85.If anyone in the field can challenge Hunter&rsquo;s Tiger Paw, it&rsquo;s Tickleyourfancy, who has been running against some of the best older fillies on the grounds. She finished second, a half&#45;length behind the 4&#45;year&#45;old multiple stakes winner Bella Notte, in the Princess Elaine Stakes on June 20, but followed that effort up with a third&#45;place finish against Hunter&rsquo;s Tiger Paw in the Northbound Pride. Minnesota&rsquo;s best two year&#45;old of 2009, Her Sweet Saint, will break from far outside with jockey Derek Bell aboard. She is coming into the Oaks after winning the $35,000 Frances Genter Stakes by a nose two weeks ago. Two starts back, she finished last of nine behind Hunter&rsquo;s Tiger Paw in the Northbound Pride.Minnesota Derby: A competitive field of 10Bet Your Boots highlights a wide&#45;open field of 10 in the $60,000 Minnesota Derby. A son of Birdstone, he will be looking for his third consecutive stakes victory. He won the Victor S. Myers Stakes as the even&#45;money favorite. Prior to that, he won the $30,000 Golden Boy Stakes at Assiniboia Downs. Bet Your Boots will be tested in the mile and 70&#45;yard Derby as he has never won beyond six furlongs.Erv the Banker is an interesting longshot play at 12&#45;1 on the morning line. Typically, maidens do not run well in stakes, but Erv the Banker is improving at the right time. He looked very comfortable finishing second in a mile maiden race in his last start despite encountering traffic troubles.