INGLEWOOD, Calif. &ndash; A six-furlong turf sprint Wednesday at Hollywood Park will determine the autumn campaign for California-bred stakes winner La Nez.\r\nIf she runs well Wednesday in the second-level allowance, La Nez will return at the same distance over the same course Oct. 30 in the $100,000 California Cup Distaff.\r\n&ldquo;We&rsquo;ll see if it is feasible, see if she handles the grass&rdquo; trainer Eric Kruljac said.\r\nLa Nez raced once previously on grass, finishing sixth last fall in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf. &ldquo;That was a mile, and a mile is not her game,&rdquo; Kruljac said. &ldquo;It took a long time for that to sink in.&rdquo;\r\nKruljac tried La Nez in three subsequent route races, and she never got close. After her most recent start, a seventh-place finish in a two-turn stakes at Del Mar, Kruljac concluded La Nez is best as a closing sprinter.\r\nHer 3-for-12 record includes two statebred stakes wins at seven furlongs &ndash; the California Cup Juvenile Fillies last fall at Santa Anita, and the Fleet Treat Stakes in July at Del Mar. Victor Espinoza rides La Nez, trying to become the meet&rsquo;s first come-from-behind turf sprint winner. Three turf sprints opening week of Oak Tree-at-Hollywood were won by the pacesetter; two were favored, the other was second choice.\r\nAlthough La Nez is the most accomplished entrant in the Wednesday feature, a case can be made for all five rivals. That includes likely pacesetter Sweet Sophia, a 2-for-5 filly racing for the first time since June.\r\n&ldquo;I&rsquo;m not worried about her fitness. I&rsquo;ve got plenty of training in her,&rdquo; trainer Gary Mandella said. The challenge for Sweet Sophia is maintaining her composure.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;s a nervous filly. She&rsquo;s lost a couple races before she got to the gate,&rdquo; Mandella said. &ldquo;You have to watch her in the paddock and post parade to see if she still has her composure.&rdquo; Sweet Sophia and jockey David Flores are expected to set a modest pace.\r\nSister Dawn was overmatched last out in a Grade 3 at Saratoga. Two previous starts include a first-level turf allowance win and a runner-up finish two starts back on the Hollywood turf. Sister Dawn, favored her first six starts, is likely to be overplayed again.\r\nThe field includes two comebackers &ndash; late-runner Miss Silver Brook, and pace-presser Church Camp. Softly Singing is usually close. The feature is race 7.