Give Me Five will try and make amends in a first-level allowance race for 3-year-old fillies that will serve as Sunday&rsquo;s feature race at Northlands Park. The 6 1/2-furlong sprint drew seven horses and goes as race 3 on the eight-race card.\r\nSent off as the 4-5 favorite in a six-furlong dash for the same condition June 3, Give Me Five made a strong late move but couldn&rsquo;t catch Maegans Princesses, who set honest fractions and kept rolling. Trained by Jim Meyaard, Give Me Five had the lead at the quarter pole when she won a six-furlong maiden special weight race in her previous start and she has enough speed to press what figures to be a modest pace on Sunday.\r\nRico Walcott rides Give Me Five.\r\nRod Cone trains Maegans Princesses and he will try and upset Five Me Five again with Valentine&rsquo;s Wish. Acting on behalf of Leo and Norma Shaw, Cone claimed Valentine&rsquo;s Wish for $32,000 when she debuted and won a one-mile race on the turf at Tampa Bay Feb. 24. Valentine&rsquo;s Wish finished last in a $75,000 optional race on the turf at Tampa in her first start for her new connections, and in two subsequent starts in first-level allowance races at Northlands, she finished third. In her latest she finished a half-length behind Give Me Five. Her lack of speed isn&rsquo;t going to help her in a race where they probably won&rsquo;t be going too fast early.\r\nRegal Tigereyes does have good tactical speed and she is coming off of a sharp win in just her second start. Trained byKirsty Luft-Nault, she closed with good speed to finish second behind Gonkaley E R when she debuted in a $22,000 maiden claiming race May 21 and then was up close early before taking control to romp by 4 1/4 lengths in a maiden special weight race June 11.\r\nKennedy&rsquo;s Halo could be the one they will be chasing and might be ready for a peak effort in her third start following a lengthy layoff.\r\nSilver Contessa had a rough trip when she finished third in a $32,000 optional race June 18 and could be the sleeper.