Stephanson could have an edge in Friday&rsquo;s feature at Northlands Park, a 6 1/2&#45;furlong sprint that drew nine older horses running for a $17,500 claiming price.What makes Stephanson attractive is not only his sharp form &ndash; he is coming off of a win in a $13,000 claiming race July 7 &ndash; but also that he was claimed out of the race by trainer Jim Meyaard. According to DRF&rsquo;s Formulator, over the past two years at Northlands Meyaard is 7 for 15, or 47 percent, with horses he has brought back the first time after he claimed them. His best purchase has been Salt Flat Speed. Claimed for $7,500 last year, Salt Flat Speed won his first start for Meyaard by 10 lengths and is now the top handicap horse at Northlands with back&#45;to&#45;back wins in the Journal and Spangled Jimmy.Stephanson also has plenty of back class to handle the step up in class. He was a stakes winner as a 3&#45;year&#45;old at Hastings, and last year one of his four wins at Northlands was for $22,000. Rico Walcott rides Stephanson.Babs Moosa is stepping up after being claimed for $10,000 by trainer Elige Bourne out of a win on July 4. It was Babs Moosa&rsquo;s second straight score and he has been a sharp horse since he came back from a long layoff. After missing all of 2009, Babs Moosa has compiled a 4&#45;0&#45;3 record from 8 starts beginning at Golden Gate in February. He also has plenty of back class, with a couple of stakes wins at Del Mar as a 2&#45;year&#45;old in 2008.Sparhawk hasn&rsquo;t won for a while but he has tactical speed and could be dangerous.