AUBURN, Wash. &ndash; Noosa Beach can cap a near-perfect 2010 and set an Emerald Downs record for stakes victories in a season with a win Sunday in the $50,000 Muckleshoot Tribal Classic.\r\nOne of six stakes for statebreds on Washington Cup Day, the one-mile Muckleshoot Tribal Classic attracted six runners, with Noosa Beach towering over the other five. A 4-year-old by Harbor the Gold, he has won 5 of 6 starts this year, beginning with a 5 1/2-furlong allowance race in April and culminating with an easy victory in the Grade 3 Longacres Mile three weeks ago. Only a neck loss to Assessment in the 6 1/2-furlong Governor&rsquo;s Handicap has kept him from a perfect season.\r\nA victory would give Noosa Beach a record five stakes wins in 2010, and with Ricky Frazier riding, the Doris Harwood-trained Noosa Beach figures to be one of the shortest prices of the meeting. Frazier entered the week with a 105-78 lead over Juan Gutierrez in the jockey standings, well on his way to his fifth Emerald title in the past seven years.\r\nNoosa Beach earned a guaranteed starting spot in the $1 million Breeders&rsquo; Cup Dirt Mile with his victory in the Longacres Mile but, because he is not Cup eligible, would have to be supplemented to the Nov. 6 race at Churchill Downs. Owner Jeff Harwood, the trainer&rsquo;s husband, has not ruled out a Breeders&rsquo; Cup run but said he would need to find a partner with deep pockets to make it happen.\r\n&ldquo;More than likely, this will be his last race of the year,&rdquo; Doris Harwood said. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s coming up to it perfect. We&rsquo;re looking forward to a good showing for his fans, and he has a lot of them. If he gets a clean trip, there&rsquo;s no reason why he won&rsquo;t run a good race and end the season on a positive note.&rdquo;\r\nHe&rsquo;s All Heart, a two-time winner at the meeting but a distant last in the Governor&rsquo;s Handicap in his only stakes appearance, has the best chance to upset Noosa Beach. Siberian Cocktail, who ran six furlongs in 1:08.80 in his last start, will help ensure a fast pace. Wasserman, Margo&rsquo;s Gift, and Scalding Passion figure to be longshots, clearly outmatched by Noosa Beach on paper.\r\nIn other Washington Cup races:\r\n◗ Zenovit, dominating winner of the nine-furlong Washington Oaks in her last start, headlines a five-horse field in the $40,000 John and Kitty Fletcher Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at one mile. She could receive a stern challenge from Sis&rsquo;s Sis, who held off Zenovit by three-quarters of a length on a sloppy track in the one-mile Irish Day Handicap in June.\r\n◗ Clair Annette, a front-runner, and Private Fortune, a closer, are the leading contenders in the $40,000 Belle Roberts for older fillies and mares at 1 1/16 miles. Clair Annette captured the one-mile King County Handicap and the 1 1/16-mile Boeing Handicap this summer but faded to finish last in the nine-furlong Emerald Distaff in her most recent outing. Private Fortune, a 3-year-old with just one career victory, closed with a rush to finish second behind Zenovit in the Washington Oaks.\r\n◗ Lady Golightly, who scored a $42.40 upset in the one-mile Barbara Shinpoch Stakes in her last start, will turn back to 6 1/2 furlongs in the $40,000 Diane Kem Stakes for 2-year-old fillies. Other contenders include Iforgottobeme, runner-up in the restricted Knights Choice Stakes in July, and likely pacesetter Allison Ridge.\r\n◗ Newfound Man, a disappointing sixth in the Emerald Derby after a victory in the 1 1/16-mile Seattle Slew Handicap, and Derby fourth Slew the Man top the $40,000 Chinook Pass Stakes. The one-mile Chinook Pass lured 10 runners, many with a realistic chance to win.\r\n◗ Winter Warlock and Couldabenthewhisky, both stakes winners at the meeting, renew their budding rivalry in the $40,000 Dennis Dodge Stakes for 2-year-old colts and geldings at 6 1/2 furlongs. Winter Warlock prevailed in the six-furlong Premio Esmeralda Stakes on Aug. 8 and then was second behind Couldabenthewhisky in the one-mile WTBA Lads on Aug. 29.