ELMONT, N.Y. &ndash; Though her breeding suggests she could be effective on turf, synthetics or in dirt routes, Kid Kate has proven best in one-turn dirt sprints. That&rsquo;s a fact her connections hope continues to be proven in Wednesday&rsquo;s $70,000 Catinca Stakes at Belmont Park.\r\nThe Catinica, a 6 1/2-furlong race for 3-year-old fillies, goes as race 8 on a nine-race card that not only starts the final week of racing at Belmont but also includes a $38,953 pick six carryover. The pick six begins with race 4.\r\nKid Kate is a daughter of Belmont Stakes winner Lemon Drop Kid out of the unraced dam Run Kate Run, whose only other foal, Meetmeatthechapel, was a four-time winner, all around two turns. After winning her debut going 5 1/2 furlongs at Saratoga in 2009, Kid Kate won the off-the-turf Junior Champion Stakes at Monmouth, a two-turn mile race.\r\nBut after disappointing performances in stakes run on synthetic and turf, Kid Kate was returned to one-turn races, where after finishing second in an allowance race at Belmont, she won a seven-furlong allowance at Saratoga and the Belle Cherie Stakes here going one mile on Oct. 3.\r\n&ldquo;Given her pedigree I thought she&rsquo;d like the turf or synthetics, but both don&rsquo;t seem to be her thing,&rdquo; trainer Chad Brown said. &ldquo;She seem like a one-turn race from 6 1/2 furlongs to a mile is within her range. We&rsquo;ll probably keep her doing that the rest of her life. She&rsquo;s a real honest, hard-trying horse.&rdquo;\r\nKid Kate will break from post 12, but she has enough speed to gain an early stalking position under Jose Lezcano.\r\nBelle of the Hall will try to rebound from a last-place finish as the even-money favorite in the $400,000 Charles Town Oaks on Sept. 18. Before that, Belle of the Hall had won 3 of her first 4 starts and was third in the Grade 1 Test at Saratoga. Trainer Tom Albertrani said he could not find a reason why Belle of the Hall ran so poorly at Charles Town.\r\n&ldquo;I don&rsquo;t know if it was the surface, two turns, or a speed-favoring track that she wasn&rsquo;t comfortable on,&rdquo; trainer Tom Albertrani said. &ldquo;It looks like she&rsquo;s rebounded well since she ran, and hopefully we can draw a line through that race.&rdquo;\r\nCatch a Thief, who comes off a strong second-level allowance win over this track on Sept. 17, and Simply Spiteful, who had a troubled start when fifth in the Victory Ride, look like the main speed in the field.