Lori Z&rsquo;s Punch has a fondness for ultra-short sprints at Charles Town and has been facing tougher competition than most of her nine opponents in Tuesday night&rsquo;s featured $35,000 overnight handicap. But will those factors be sufficient for her to snap a nine-race losing streak that began 11 months ago?\r\nThe 5-year-old Lori Z&rsquo;s Punch must outrun two extremely sharp female sprinters in Fancy Up and Chase Em to win Tuesday&rsquo;s 4 &nbsp;1/2-furlong feature, which goes as the eighth race on a nine-race card that begins at 7:15 p.m. Eastern.\r\nBased at Laurel Park with trainer Ben Feliciano, Lori Z&rsquo;s Punch has recorded three of her four lifetime victories at Charles Town, where she has not been worse than third in seven tries going 4 1/2 furlongs. She has lost nine straight, however, since winning back-to-back short allowance sprints over Charles Town&rsquo;s bullring in the fall of 2009. In her lone start this year, Lori Z&rsquo;s Punch didn&rsquo;t show any speed while finishing last over a sloppy track at Laurel. Her last eight starts have come against second-level high-priced optional claimers.\r\nOn the positive side, her trainer, Ben Feliciano Jr., is 11 for 43 (26 &nbsp;percent) with shippers he has brought into Charles Town who have shown a race within the past 30 days.\r\nFancy Up and Chase Em both show good recent form while facing $10,000 claimers and $5,000 starter allowance company. Both are confirmed front-runners.\r\nFancy Cup, based at Penn National with trainer Jim Tracy, will be seeking her fourth straight win. Her 72 Beyer Speed Figure for her three-quarter-length score on Jan. 15 is tied with deep closer Gottahope&rsquo;s 28-1 upset win going six furlongs as the best last-race figure in Tuesday&rsquo;s field.\r\nChase Em ships from across the state at Mountaineer Racetrack, where she has been off since winning back-to-back starts in November and December for high-percentage trainer Doug Shanyfelt.\r\nThe field also includes Touch of Class, a seven-time winner at Charles Town who has been off since Dec. 10; Blue Tango, a Penn National-based filly who has won four of her last five starts, including a first-level allowance last time out on Jan. 8; and Hear Our Prayer, a Mike Trombetta-trained Maryland shipper who is 2 for 2 in short sprints at Charles Town.