MIAMI &ndash; Sweet Repent, who was given a much&#45;deserved vacation after capping off a five&#45;race win streak with an easy victory in the Sunshine Millions Distaff on Jan. 30, will make her return here on Saturday in the $65,000 Nancy&rsquo;s Glitter Handicap.Sweet Repent rose from the allowance ranks to the top of the local filly and mare division last winter, winning four stakes during her skein, including the Grade 3 Stage Door Betty Handicap in her 3&#45;year&#45;old finale here on Dec. 26.&ldquo;She can get a little thin, and after all those races we just decided she needed a break,&rdquo; trainer David Braddy said on Friday. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s done well since she&rsquo;s returned and hopefully she&rsquo;ll come back as good as she left.&rdquo;Sweet Repent has kept a steady work schedule since the end of May, capping off a string of five&#45; and six&#45;furlong drills with a bullet five&#45;eighths in 1:01.40 here on Tuesday.&ldquo;She looks great right now, but I do think she&rsquo;ll need a race the first time back,&rdquo; said Braddy. &ldquo;Other than this race we have nothing picked out for her. The owners are from New York and would love to race her at Saratoga. The big drawback with taking her to New York has always been the holding barn &ndash; we felt she might leave her race right there &ndash; but now that it&rsquo;s gone there is the possibility we could bring her up there later this summer.&rdquo;Sweet Repent is owned by the Buongiorno A Tutti Stables.One race at a time for &lsquo;Jessica&rsquo;Trainer Marty Wolfson said that even though Jessica Is Back earned herself an automatic berth in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Filly and Mare Sprint by virtue of her victory last weekend in the Grade 1 Princess Rooney Handicap, he&rsquo;s still not sure if he&rsquo;ll head in that direction.&ldquo;At the moment, I&rsquo;m thinking of pointing her for the Ballerina and not really thinking about the Breeders&rsquo; Cup at all,&rdquo; said Wolfson. &ldquo;Seven furlongs is a good distance for her, and other than Sara Louise, the division seems kind of weak, so we&rsquo;ll take a shot there and then see where we&rsquo;re at with her after that race.&rdquo;The Grade 1 Ballerina will be run at Saratoga on Aug. 28. Wolfson won the 1996 Ballerina with Chaposa Springs. Wolfson added that he may try stretching Coffee Boy, upset winner of the Grade 2 Carry Back last Saturday, to 1 1/8 miles in the Grade 2 West Virginia Derby later this summer. Coffee Boy rallied to defeat the 1&#45;9 favorite D&rsquo; Funnybone in the six furlong Carry Back. &ldquo;I really don&rsquo;t want to run him six furlongs any more, that&rsquo;s really not what the horse wants,&rdquo; said Wolfson.You could say he&rsquo;s freshFor Michael&rsquo;s Dad, a 6&#45;year&#45;old who has not started in more than two years, will be among the favorites to win Sunday&rsquo;s $30,500 feature, carded at a mile on the turf under entry&#45;level allowance conditions.For Michael&rsquo;s Dad has not started since finishing second under first&#45;level allowance conditions over the Gulfstream Park turf in March of 2008. A son of Montbrook, For Michael&rsquo;s Dad was trained by Dale Romans earlier in his career but is now under the shed of Steve Towne.