Tizfiz could return to graded stakes company in the near future. The winner of the Grade 2 San Gorgonio at Santa Anita in January, she moved to the Midwest earlier this year and on Monday picked up her second straight stakes win in the $150,000 DeBartolo Memorial at Remington Park.\nTizfiz defeated male rivals in the 1 1/8-mile turf race, finishing full of run to earn a Beyer Speed Figure of 90. She shipped back to her Arlington Park base on Tuesday, said her trainer, John Good.\n"We might be a little more ambitious next spot," he said. "We'll see how she's doing and see what races are coming up a month from now."\nGood, who has trained Tizfiz for her last two starts, feels the mare can be effective at distances from mile to 1 1/4 miles. She came into the DeBartolo off a win in the $105,000 West Virginia Senate President's Stakes at a mile and 70 yards on turf Aug. 1.\nGood will be based in Kentucky, where he maintains a year-round stable, following Arlington. He is looking to race some at Fair Grounds later this year.\n* Run For It, the first foal from Grade 1 winner See How She Runs, will make her turf debut Friday night in the ninth race, a first-level allowance for fillies and mares at a mile. She comes into the race off a maiden special weight win at Arlington on July 18.\n* Trainer Bernell Rhone was five wins from career victory 1,000 through Tuesday.