HOT SPRINGS, Ark. &ndash; It&rsquo;s not often that a $15,000 maiden-claiming sprint is won with a Beyer Speed Figure of 83, but that&rsquo;s the lofty number Juleean Victoria put up in her career debut last month at Oaklawn Park. Following the race, there wasn&rsquo;t a dry eye in the winner&rsquo;s circle.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;s named after a daughter of one my partners that passed away,&rdquo; said Ron Moquett, who co-owns and trains Juleean Victoria. &ldquo;She had heart disease.&rdquo;\r\nMoquett said Juleean Victoria was the first horse J. Lee and Joyce Didier bought into, and the name of the filly was changed to honor the couple&rsquo;s daughter. Juleean Victoria, the 4-year-old filly who is out of the mare A Precious Memory, will seek her second career win in Thursday&rsquo;s ninth race at Oaklawn.\r\nThe $16,000 optional claimer carries first-level allowance conditions. It will be run over six furlongs and drew a competitive field of nine fillies and mares. Ransom Zip and Gerwinii were a respective second and third at this level last time out, while Missy Biscuit and Breathtakingbreeze are five-time winners. Bag Tosser, meanwhile, picked up her fourth career win Feb. 13.\r\nJuleean Victoria owns the field&rsquo;s best last-race Beyer, assigned for her 11-length romp Feb. 12. She was spotted to make an impact in her debut and won off under Calvin Borel, who has the mount again Thursday.\r\n&ldquo;We thought she would be live in that spot, and hopefully, we wouldn&rsquo;t lose her,&rdquo; Moquett said. &ldquo;Now, we&rsquo;re going from high school to college and we&rsquo;re going to see if she can take the step up. She deserves the shot. So now, we&rsquo;ll see what she does.&rdquo;\r\nJuleean Victoria won her maiden on the front end, but Moquett said she is not a one-dimensional sort. For the race Thursday, she and Borel will break from post 7.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;ll do whatever he tells her to do,&rdquo; Moquett said of the versatile Juleean Victoria, who might get a tracking trip behind probable pacesetter Ransom Zip.\r\nBut Borel won&rsquo;t be the only passenger aboard Juleean Victoria on Thursday. The silks that he will wear feature a small angel on the shoulder area with the initials JVD, Moquett said.\r\n&ldquo;It&rsquo;s like there&rsquo;s an angel with her,&rdquo; Moquett said.\r\n◗ There is a $5,950 pick-six carryover into the card Thursday.