OCEANPORT, N.J. &minus; A win by D&rsquo;wild Ride in the $75,000 Blue Sparkler Stakes for filly and mare sprinters Sunday at Monmouth Park would be a get-well card for trainer Joe Orseno after his recent back surgery.\r\nOrseno was moving about remarkably well Friday morning, only two weeks after undergoing a procedure to repair a herniated disc that impinged a nerve.\r\n&ldquo;They said the nerve was a little angry, but it will come back,&rdquo; Orseno said.\r\nFriday was Orseno&rsquo;s first official day back, although he admits to sneaking over a few mornings to watch his horses train, including D&rsquo;wild Ride.\r\nA 6-year-old mare, D&rsquo;wild Ride has earned $534,266 in 35 career starts. She has a history of running well at Monmouth, going 2-3-3 in nine starts here. This will be her second start of the meet; she finished third here in the Red Cross Stakes on May 29.\r\n&ldquo;It&rsquo;s a good spot for her,&rdquo; Orseno said. &ldquo;She took the worst of it the last time she ran. There was a little pushing and shoving going on leaving the gate, and it kind of took her out of her game.&rdquo;\r\nOrseno said D&rsquo;wild Ride is &ldquo;coming up to a good race&rdquo; and pointed to her half-mile breeze in 47.80 seconds June 19.\r\nThe major negative could be another inside post. D&rsquo;wild Ride drew the rail against six rivals in the six-furlong race with Mike Luzzi set to ride\r\n&ldquo;She has tactical speed,&rdquo; Orseno said. &ldquo;We can kind of do what we want with her. We&rsquo;ll just see how the track is playing that day and what we want to do.&rdquo;\r\nThe field also includes Bronx City Girl and Feel That Fire, the second- and sixth-place finishers in the Red Cross.\r\nDances With Ashley comes off the turf, and Vindy City makes her first start since March on the inner track at Aqueduct.\r\nCatch a Thief kept very tough company in her last two races for trainer Tim Hills. She was a distant third behind Awesome Maria in the Grade 3 Sabin at Gulfstream Park in February. That victory was the start of Awesome Maria&rsquo;s four-stakes winning streak, which includes the Grade 1 Ogden Phipps last weekend. Catch a Thief then finished fourth to Tar Heel Mom, a multiple graded stakes winner, in an overnight event at Belmont Park.