Just as Well and Rahy&rsquo;s Attorney, a pair of turf specialists with Grade 1 credentials at Woodbine on their r &eacute; sum &eacute; s, could have run at the top level again this weekend in Sunday&rsquo;s Woodbine Mile. But instead, both will try to rebuild their confidence against slightly softer competition in Saturday&rsquo;s $250,000 Pennsylvania Thoroughbred Horsemen&rsquo;s Association President&rsquo;s Cup at Parx Racing.\r\nThe 7-year-old Just as Well, who has faced Grade 1 competition in six of his last nine starts, and the 6-year-old Rahy&rsquo;s Atttorney, Canada&rsquo;s champion turf horse in 2008, head a field of seven in the 1 1/8-mile race that serves as Parx Racing&rsquo;s premier event for male distance grass runners.\r\nThe Jonathan Sheppard-trained Just as Well for a time had a Grade 1 win when Marsh Side was disqualified in the 2009 Northern Dancer at Woodbine, but the stewards&rsquo; decision was overturned on appeal. He now is winless in his last nine starts, but gets class relief after finishing eighth in the Arlington Million. Saturday&rsquo;s race marks the end of 14 straight appearances in graded stakes for Just as Well. The last time he raced 1 1/8 miles, Just as Well was second, beaten only a neck in the Grade 2 Dixie at Pimlico.\r\nRahy&rsquo;s Attorney, winner of the Grade 1 Woodbine Mile in 2008, shows better recent form than Just as Well. He comes off a victory in the listed With Approval Stakes at Woodbine, a nine-furlong race in which he came home the last three furlongs in an excellent 34.89 seconds. He has won each of the last two times he has run against non-graded stakes company.\r\nThe field&rsquo;s third class-dropper is the former European runner Violon Sacre, who has been off since missing by a neck in the Grade 3 Oceanport at Monmouth Park on Aug. 1. In his three starts this year since coming over from France, Violon Sacre has been ultra-consistent, posting Beyer Speed Figures in the narrow range of 94 to 96, including a victory in the one-mile Battlefield at Monmouth. His Beyers compare favorably to the 92 Rahy&rsquo;s Attorney earned for his most recent outing and the 97 Just as Well got for his best recent race, a third in the Grade 3 Arlington Handicap.\r\nNone of the other four runners appears a serious threat to win. War Hoot makes his stakes debut after failing to break 90 on the Beyer scale in five starts this year; Pick Six is 0 for 9 this season; Sudden War has made 6 of his 9 lifetime starts going 1 1/2 miles; and Polka Night steps way up in class after competing in a series of starter allowance races.