ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Trainer Sam DiPasquale is having a productive meet with 2&#45;year&#45;olds, and his roll could continue Saturday at Woodbine when he runs I Fly High in the $150,000 Ontario Debutante Stakes. I Fly High won her only outing with determination July 17, in a 5 1/2&#45;furlong maiden special, in which she dueled for the lead along the inside before drawing clear. Her time of 1:04.95 translated into a Beyer Figure of 62.DiPasquale, who finished a close second in the July 31 Vandal Stakes with Ice Danger, said I Fly High is his best 2&#45;year&#45;old.&ldquo;She showed me a lot of talent,&rdquo; said DiPasquale. &ldquo;That&rsquo;s why she didn&rsquo;t show up as early as the other ones. We took a little time with her.&rdquo;DiPasquale said I Fly High, a Florida&#45;bred by High Fly, has the build of a sprinter and the will to win.&ldquo;She&rsquo;s built like a little colt,&rdquo; DiPasquale explained. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s about average size, with a big chest and a huge back end. She&rsquo;s very determined. She knows she&rsquo;s an athlete. The only thing I&rsquo;m worried about is she&rsquo;s that she&rsquo;s not seasoned enough. She&rsquo;s only got one race into her, and we&rsquo;re going into a stakes. I wish she had a little more experience. She still doesn&rsquo;t know exactly what she&rsquo;s doing, but she&rsquo;s just so talented.&rdquo;DiPasquale said everything has fallen into place for his juveniles so far this year.&ldquo;I had 2&#45;year&#45;olds off and on all my life,&rdquo; said DiPasquale. &ldquo;Sometimes, you can&rsquo;t get them to the races, but everything went perfect this year. They ones who&rsquo;ve run had a good base under them, from being in Florida during the winter. They came up here March 15, and got sick. We got over all that really early. I got pretty lucky.&rdquo;Five other fillies were entered in the 6 1/2&#45;furlong Debutante, including the Steve Asmussen&#45;trained Mimi&rsquo;s Missy.Mimi&rsquo;s Missy graduated second&#45;time out in a romp here May 23, winning a 4 1/2&#45;furlong maiden special with a 72 Beyer. Most recently in the five&#45;furlong My Dear Stakes, she was a well&#45;beaten third behind runaway winner Final Mesa.Miss Taggart ran second in her debut behind Roxy Gap, who subsequently captured the Shady Well Stakes. She earned a 55 Beyer in her six&#45;furlong maiden score July 24.Wonderlandbynight ships in from Arlington off a slow maiden win over Illinois&#45;breds.