ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Impossible Time will be the prohibitive favorite in Sunday&rsquo;s $125,000 Victoriana Stakes, and justifiably so, since she&rsquo;s been facing much tougher company than she will be in 1 1/16&#45;mile turf route for Ontario&#45;sired females at Woodbine.Impossible Time won her first stakes going six furlongs on the Polytrack against Ontario&#45;sired foes in the May 22 Ballade, for which she earned a Beyer Speed Figure of 89. She didn&rsquo;t have the smoothest of trips while trying the turf for the first time June 19 in the seven&#45;furlong Zadracarta Stakes, yet managed to rally for second behind the front&#45;running Moonlit Beauty.Most recently in an optional claimer on the grass, Impossible Time raced in tight quarters early in the stretch before bullying her way through en route to two&#45;length score over Sugar Bay, the troubled favorite.Trainer Roger Attfield said the 1 1/16&#45;mile distance of Impossible Time&rsquo;s last race is ideal for her.&ldquo;I think it&rsquo;s better for her, in the long run,&rdquo; Attfield explained. &ldquo;With her pedigree, it should be better for her than running in sprints have been.&rdquo;Impossible Time breezed five&#45;eighths in 59.80 seconds over the turf training course last Sunday, much to the delight of Attfield.&ldquo;She worked very, very well,&rdquo; said Attfield. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s doing super.&rdquo;Jono Jones will ride Impossible Time, who was supplemented at a cost of $2,500.Trainer Earl Barnett entered San Nicola Whiskey and You Will Love Me in the Victoriana.San Nicola Whiskey, last year&rsquo;s 10&#45;1 winner of the Victoriana, finished sixth in each off her three outings this year, all in second&#45;level allowance/optional&#45;claiming company.&ldquo;She ran about the same in all three races,&rdquo; said Barnett. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s just not quite getting there. She likes to be fresh, so we just trained her right into this one.&rdquo;You Will Love Me, a five&#45;time stakes winner, captured the 2008 Victoriana, and wound up second in last year&rsquo;s edition.You Will Love Me was a distant fourth behind Tasty Temptation, Milwaukee Appeal and next&#45;out stakes winner La Rocca in her lone start this year on Polytrack in the June 20 Hill &lsquo;n&rsquo; Dale Stakes. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s only run the one time, but that was a tough spot,&rdquo; said Barnett. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s worked very well since. She&rsquo;s older now, so we just decided to train her into this one.&rdquo; Desire and Fire led throughout an Ontario&#45;sired allowance on the grass in her next&#45;to&#45;last outing.