Unzip Me is likely to stick to turf following her sixth stakes win in Sunday&rsquo;s $100,000 Monrovia Stakes on the hillside turf course.\r\nDilemma could show up in a variety of races after winning his first graded stakes in Saturday&rsquo;s $100,000 Daytona Stakes on the hillside.\r\nUnzip Me was never seriously challenged in the Monrovia, leading throughout under Rafael Bejarano to win by 1 1/4 lengths as the 3-5 favorite. The Grade 3 Monrovia was her first start since a third against males in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Turf Sprint at Churchill Downs on Nov. 6.\r\nTrainer Marty Jones said he did not have any specific plans for Unzip Me, but said she would probably stay on turf.\r\n&ldquo;Ever since we got her to the grass, she&rsquo;s really changed,&rdquo; he said.\r\nUnzip Me has won 8 of 12 on turf, with all stakes wins coming on the surface. She has won 4 of 5 starts on Santa Anita&rsquo;s hillside turf course.\r\nOne option for the 5-year-old mare is a defense of her title in the $100,000 Irish O&rsquo;Brien Stakes for statebred females on the hillside turf course on March 19.\r\nDilemma ended a five-race losing streak dating back to November 2008 in the Daytona, which he won with a late rally as an 8-1 outsider. Dilemma was ridden by Garrett Gomez, who swept Saturday&rsquo;s two stakes, also winning aboard Spring Style.\r\nOwned by Glen Hill Farm, Dilemma won the Sunny Slope Stakes on a dirt surface here in 2006 at 2 and could be tried on such a surface this winter, trainer Tom Proctor said. Another option for Dilemma is the $100,000 Thunder Road Handicap over a mile on turf on Feb. 5.\r\n&ldquo;This horse can run a mile on turf,&rdquo; Proctor said.\r\nA 7-year-old, Dilemma has won 6 of 22 starts and $366,656.\r\nNakatani takes couple days off\r\nJockey Corey Natakani did not ride on Saturday or Sunday after injuring an ankle in the seventh race last Friday, according to his agent, Tommy Ball.\r\nBall said that Nakatani had difficulty walking after the race, and decided to take off his mounts for the weekend.\r\n&ldquo;He thought he could ride [on Sunday],&rdquo; Ball said. &ldquo;He didn&rsquo;t want to limp into the paddock and decided to play it safe.&rdquo;\r\nLive racing resumes Thursday\r\nThere is no racing at Santa Anita on Wednesday. Beginning Thursday, the track starts a schedule of four-day racing weeks on a Thursday-through-Sunday basis through the end of February.\r\nThe only exceptions are the two Monday holidays on Jan. 17 and Feb. 21 when racing will be conducted.\r\nTop two riders continue to dominate\r\nThrough Sunday, the seventh day of the meeting, jockeys Rafael Bejarano and Joel Rosario have pulled away from their pursuers in the race for leading rider. Bejarano has won 15 races, five more than Rosario. Joe Talamo is third with seven wins.\r\nBejarano and Rosario combined to win all the major riding titles in Southern California in 2010.