ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Impossible Time, one of the leading older fillies and mares at Woodbine, should be formidable at a short price Wednesday night in the $125,000 Classy &lsquo;n Smart Stakes, a 1 1/16-mile route on Polytrack.\r\nImpossible Time, a 5-year-old trained by Roger Attfield, has won 7 of 13 career starts, which includes a 4-for-7 record this year. Her only loss at the meet came when she rallied for second behind front-runner Moonlit Beauty in the seven-furlong Zadracarta Stakes on the grass.\r\nImpossible Time has stuck to the turf since the June 19 Zadracarta. She has since won two 1 1/16-mile events, an optional claimer and the Victoriana Stakes, which like the Classy &lsquo;n Smart, is for Ontario-sired females.\r\nImpossible Time has had a freshening leading up to this event, and she breezed five-eighths Sept. 24 in a sizzling 58.40 seconds.\r\nKrz Exec figures to be the second choice, in her second start following a nine-month layoff. She ran second behind the talented 3-year-old Sugar Again when she came off the bench in a seven-furlong optional claimer on the grass, much to the delight of trainer Mike DePaulo.\r\n&ldquo;I thought she&rsquo;d be short for that race, but she didn&rsquo;t run like a short horse,&rdquo; DePaulo said.\r\nKrz Exec won three stakes during her formative years, including a pair of two-turn events late in her 2-year-old campaign in 2007. \r\nInterregnum has run through her Ontario-sired allowance conditions this year, while banking $112,549, and is making her stakes debut under Chantal Sutherland.\r\nTrainer John LeBlanc Jr. gets on Interregnum himself every day, and was pleased with her five-furlong breeze in 1:01 last Wednesday.\r\n&ldquo;I broke off behind two other horses,&rdquo; LeBlanc recalled. &ldquo;She began to close on them, and went on by in the stretch willingly, without any urging.&rdquo;\r\nTrainer Earl Barnett entered You Will Love Me and San Nicola Whiskey.\r\nYou Will Love Me captured last year&rsquo;s Classy &lsquo;n Smart with a modest 77 Beyer Figure, and finished a close second in the race in 2008. She is winless in three starts this year, and is coming off a non-threatening fifth in the Algoma Stakes.\r\nSan Nicola Whiskey has also struggled this year, but she is exiting an improved third-place behind Sugar Again and Krz Exec on Sept. &nbsp;5.