&nbsp;\r\nIt&rsquo;s fair to say that Daisy Devine went overlooked in Thursday&rsquo;s entry-level allowance feature for 2-year-old fillies. The third-time starter had gotten drummed at Keeneland racing on Polytrack in her career debut, and a second-out dirt-sprint maiden win at Fair Grounds had come for a $30,000 claiming price.\r\n&ldquo;I knew she was doing really well, but I couldn&rsquo;t make a case for her,&rdquo; said trainer Andrew McKeever.\r\nFew others could, either, and when Daisy Devine came home one length to the good, she paid $82.20 to win, and that in just a six-horse field.\r\nMcKeever actually swept the top two spots in the race, with 7-2 Suave Voir Faire edging out even-money favorite Switching Gears for second. McKeever had planned on starting Suave Voir Faire in the two-turn dirt race all along, but put Daisy Devine in when a sprint race failed to fill. Now, he and owner Jim Miller, who paid just $5,500 for Daisy Devine at auction, might have a horse suited to early 2011 stakes races.\r\n&ldquo;If she keeps on improving we&rsquo;re going to have to see what happens,&rdquo; said McKeever, who did think it unlikely Daisy Devine would come back for the Tiffany Lass Stakes on Jan. 22.\r\nWillcox Inn back in training\r\nWillcox Inn, third in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Juvenile Turf, has returned to training after a winter break, trainer Mike Stidham said Friday. Willcox Inn has just gotten started back in regular training, and Stidham doesn&rsquo;t believe the colt will be ready to race again until March. Willcox Inn won his career debut in a two-turn Arlington Polytrack race, and finished third to J.B.&rsquo;s Thunder in the Breeders&rsquo; Futurity at Keeneland before his solid showing in the BC Juvenile Turf.