Johnie Bye Night owns a 5&#45;for&#45;12 lifetime record racing at Finger Lakes, including three consecutive runnings of the George Barker Memorial Stakes. Despite his past accomplishments and the fact the 8&#45;year&#45;old gelding is dropping to a career&#45;low class level, Johnie Bye Night is not even the strongest part of trainer Charlton Baker&rsquo;s coupled entry, let alone the favorite, in Tuesday&rsquo;s featured eighth race at Finger Lakes.Johnie Bye Night, mired in a 13&#45;race losing streak since winning the Barker for the third time in May 2008, is in for the optional $8,000 claiming tag in a six&#45;furlong race also open to New York&#45;breds who have not won two allowances restricted to statebreds.Three starts ago, Johnie Bye Night did nearly win a $12,500 claimer against open company, falling a nose short at the wire to Bad Decision. But even a repeat of that effort may not be enough against a solid group that includes his stablemate Boston Chief, the sharp 4&#45;year&#45;old Head Heart Hoof, and the 3&#45;year&#45;old stakes winner Turnpike Token.The 5&#45;year&#45;old Boston Chief has won seven races for Baker since he was claimed for $7,500 in May 2008. His best recent race came three starts ago when he defeated open company in a second&#45;level optional $12,500 claimer in early July.Head Heart Hoof was reclaimed by leading trainer Chris Englehart for $7,500 on July 3. He won five times for Englehart between the time he was originally acquired for $4,000 in July 2009 and May 1 of this year, when he was lost for $8,000. In his first start back with Englehart, Head Heart Hoof romped by 5 1/4 lengths for a $6,250 tag while earning a career&#45;best 90 Beyer Speed Figure.Head Heart Hoof is coupled with Run Warrior Run, a deep closer who has two seconds and a third in his last three starts, all at the same class level as Monday&rsquo;s race.Turnpike Token, claimed for $12,500 by trainer M. Anthony Ferraro in mid&#45;June, returns to his home track after an unsuccessful one&#45;race experiment on the synthetic Tapeta surface at Presque Isle Downs. In his two previous starts, Turnpike Token won the Ontario County for 3&#45;year&#45;olds by a nose, earning a 92 Beyer, and was a close third against older statebreds in the Leon Reed Memorial.