Fortunia and Lady Giacamo, who both have developed into fillies of note during the course of the Lone Star Park meet that ends on Sunday, are headed to Del Mar. Each is targeting separate stakes at the Southern California track, with Fortunia to be part of a small division of horses her trainer, former champion jockey Cash Asmussen, plans to have at Del Mar.&ldquo;I&rsquo;m going to take four or five out there,&rdquo; he said.Fortunia last raced on May 31, and finished second by a neck to Wasted Tears, one of the nation&rsquo;s top turf mares, in the Grade 3, $200,000 Ouija Board Distaff. The one&#45;mile turf race went in a quick 1:33.20, and for the effort Fortunia earned a career&#45;best Beyer Figure of 98. Before that race, she had won an allowance over the turf course at Lone Star.Asmussen said Fortunia will now be pointed for one of two upcoming races at Del Mar, the $75,000 Osunitas for fillies and mares at 1 1/16 miles on turf July 24, or the Grade 2, $150,000 San Clemente for 3&#45;year&#45;old fillies at a mile on turf July 25. Both races serve as steppingstones to the Grade 1, $300,000 Del Mar Oaks at a mile and an eighth on turf Aug. 21.&ldquo;We&rsquo;re going to give her a chance to point to the Oaks,&rdquo; Asmussen said. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s doing well.&rdquo; Fortunia is by the champion turf horse Leroidesanimaux, and is a half&#45;sister to Group 1 winner Dionisia. She races for her breeder, Janeen Oliver. Lady Giacamo, who went 3 for 3 at Lone Star, is now being pointed for the Grade 3, $150,000 Sorrento for 2&#45;year&#45;old fillies, said her trainer, Allen Milligan. The 6 1/2&#45;furlong race is Aug. 6. Mike Smith has the mount in the Sorrento.&ldquo;There&rsquo;s a little connection,&rdquo; Milligan said. &ldquo;Giacomo, Lady Giacamo, Mike Smith.&rdquo;Smith, who is based in Southern California, won the Kentucky Derby on Lady Giacamo&rsquo;s sire, Giacomo.During the Lone Star meet, Lady Giacamo won a maiden race, a trial race, and the $66,000 fillies division of the Texas Thoroughbred Association Sales Futurity. She was also flattered Saturday, when Fastation, the runner&#45;up in the Sales Futurity, came back to win the $100,000 fillies division of the Texas Stallion Stakes. Lady Giacamo worked a bullet five furlongs in 1:00.40 at Lone Star on Sunday, and is to ship July 28, said Milligan.Superior Storm overheats in Distaff Superior Storm, who had never been beaten in a Louisiana&#45;bred stakes until her fourth&#45;place finish in the $100,000 Louisiana Showcase Distaff at Evangeline on July 3, had a significant excuse for the very rare defeat.&ldquo;She didn&rsquo;t sweat,&rdquo; said Rick Jackson, who trains Superior Storm. &ldquo;It just took a lot out of her. She couldn&rsquo;t finish. She just overheated is what she did. Basically, the best thing for her will be cold weather. She won&rsquo;t start back while it&rsquo;s hot.&rdquo; Jackson said Superior Storm, a 5&#45;year&#45;old mare who is based at Louisiana Downs, is tentatively scheduled to run next in either late October or November. From there, she will be pointed for the Louisiana Champions Day Ladies at Fair Grounds in December.Jackson said the temperatures were in the low 90s on Showcase Night, and the humidity was very high. Superior Storm had won 12 Louisiana&#45;bred stakes between all of the state&rsquo;s tracks leading up to this year&rsquo;s Distaff. Her streak started in December 2007, with the Louisiana Champions Day Lassie at Fair Grounds.Superior Storm has compiled a career record of 15 wins from 25 starts for earnings of $956,123. She races for Jac Mac Stables.Faul seeks licensingJeff Faul, who in 2003 was suspended six years for carrying an electrical device in a race at the now&#45;shuttered Great Lakes Downs in Michigan, on Monday asked the Louisiana Racing Commission to be licensed as a jockey. The panel told him he must first obtain a license from Michigan, which is now racing at Pinnacle, before he can be licensed in Louisiana. Faul is from Louisiana.Also at the meeting, Fair Grounds received approval to drop Nov. 20 from its Quarter Horse schedule. The track is hosting the Challenge Championships on Nov. 19. Landeros shooting for recordJockey Chris Landeros enters the final week of racing at Lone Star with a chance to set a track record for season wins by a jockey. He had 96 wins heading into Thursday night&rsquo;s card, with the number to beat being 102. Corey Lanerie rode a record 102 winners at Lone Star in 1999, and Cliff Berry equaled the number in 2006. Landeros leads the Lone Star standings by 41 wins over second&#45;leading rider Junior Chacaltana.Bret Calhoun has a 17&#45;win lead in the trainer standings going into the races Thursday night, with 60 victories this meet at Lone Star, while Tom Durant leads all owners with 36.