Overdose, the uncannily speedy sprinter who has been plagued with foot problems since winning the voided running of the Prix de l&rsquo;Abbaye de Longchamp in 2008, makes his much anticipated return to the races at Bratislava Racecourse in Slovakia on Sunday. The occasion is a five&#45;furlong listed race worth $12,900 called the Cena Mysa, in which he will be ridden by Gary Hind, an Englishman who is now based in the Czech Republic.Overdose has not been seen on a racetrack since winning a five&#45;furlong event at Kincsem Park in Budapest by eight easy lengths on April 19 of last year. That was the 12th victory without a defeat for Overdose, a British&#45;bred son of Starborough, who then went on a gypsy&#45;like tour of France, England, and Germany in search of relief from his chronic foot problems.Dubbed the Budapest Bullet by his adoring Hungarian fans, Overdose had been primed for a 2009 campaign in the leading British and French sprints, but the best veterinarians and farriers in Europe could not solve his foot problems. Even on Sunday, his Slovak&#45;based Hungarian owner, Zoltan Mikoczy, will be hoping for some give in the ground when his 5&#45;year&#45;old faces ten rivals, among them some of the best in&#45;form sprinters in central Europe.Overdose created an international sensation when he cruised to an apparent four&#45;length victory in the Group 1 Prix de l&rsquo;Abbaye two years ago. The race, however, was voided as one of the gates had failed to open. His connections declined to participate in the do&#45;over, which went to that year&rsquo;s European sprint champion Marchand d&rsquo;Or.