ARCADIA, Calif. &ndash; All Moment of Weakness needs in Friday&rsquo;s $75,000 Eddie Logan Stakes at Santa Anita is a rival willing to take him on.\r\nIn his first three American starts, trainer Jamie Lloyd has noticed that the gelding performs best when running alongside a horse, and not as well when clear. The quirky style has yet to result in a win in this country, but Moment of Weakness was second to the multiple stakes-winning 2-year-old Comma to the Top in the Grade 3 Generous Stakes on turf at Hollywood Park on Nov. 27.\r\n&ldquo;It looks like he wants to be in a dog fight,&rdquo; Lloyd said. &ldquo;He needs to be in between horses. In the Generous, at the three-eighths pole, he was all alone and backing up. A horse came on the inside of him and one on the outside, and he picked it up.&rdquo;\r\nMoment of Weakness is part of a field of eight in the Logan, which is run over a mile on turf for 2-year-olds. Moment of Weakness has won 2 of 7 starts, with both wins on an all-weather surface at Dundalk, Ireland, in April and May.\r\nLloyd hoped to start Moment of Weakness in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Juvenile Turf in November, but a ninth-place finish in the Grade 3 Bourbon Stakes at Keeneland in October ended this plans.\r\n&ldquo;If he&rsquo;d run in the first three, we would have thought of it,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;We decided to regroup.&rdquo;\r\nThe field includes one stakes winner &ndash; Celestic Night, winner of the C.B. Afflerbaugh Stakes at Pomona in September &ndash; and the stakes-placed Major Art, who has not started since finishing 10th in the Grade 1 Del Mar Futurity in September and was third in the Vintage Stakes in England in July.\r\nDominator is another runner with European experience, having won a maiden race in Scotland in August. A half-brother to the multiple stakes winner Battle of Hastings, Dominator was sixth, beaten 3 3/4 lengths, in the Generous.\r\n&ldquo;When you look at what Comma to the Top has done, he was beaten by a serious racehorse and not by very much,&rdquo; trainer Doug O&rsquo;Neill said. &ldquo;He seems like he&rsquo;s moving in the right direction.&rdquo;\r\nThere also will be support for the entry of Robie the Cat and Ten Devils, winners of maiden races on turf at Hollywood Park in the fall.