Lydia&rsquo;s Last Step and Coyote Legend have been frequent rivals this meet at Lone Star Park. Lydia&rsquo;s Last Step won the Premiere over Coyote Legend on opening night April 14, while Coyote Legend turned the tables a month later in a turf allowance. Saturday, the pair get a chance to settle the score. They will meet in the $75,000 Assault, one of four restricted stakes worth $325,000 on the Stars of Texas Day card at Lone Star Park. \r\nLydia&rsquo;s Last Step could go favored in the Assault, a 1 1/16-mile race for 3-year-olds and up bred in Texas. In his most recent start, he was fourth in a deep field for the Grade 3 Lone Star Park Handicap on May 30. \r\n&ldquo;I thought he probably ran the race of his life,&rdquo; said J.R. Caldwell, who trains Lydia&rsquo;s Last Step. &ldquo;Awesome Gem went on to run second in the Cornhusker. Flat Out won the Suburban. There were horses with a lot of credentials in that race, and to run a competitive race with them really said a lot for our horse. He&rsquo;s come out of it good. We gave him plenty of time between races, and I expect a good race from him.&rdquo; \r\nLydia&rsquo;s Last Step earned a Beyer Figure of 96, which is the best number in the Assault. \r\nCoyote Legend is moving back to dirt, the surface of his six stakes wins, after a sharp turf allowance score May 7. \r\n&ldquo;He&rsquo;s doing well, and should be tough back on dirt,&rdquo; said Bret Calhoun, who trains Coyote Legend.