Delaware Park-based trainer Tim Ritchey shipped in a sharp filly to score as the odds-on favorite in last year&rsquo;s Daylily Stakes and appears capable of repeating the feat in Friday night&rsquo;s running of the $75,000 Daylily for female sprinters at Penn National Race Course.\r\nEve Giselle, who soared to a 99 Beyer Speed Figure winning the $125,000 Sweet and Sassy at Delaware last time out, will be formidable if she can come anywhere close to repeating her career-best number in the six-furlong Daylily. The fourth-place finisher from the Sweet and Sassy, Kid Kate, returned to finish second with an 87 Beyer in the Grade 3 Bed o&rsquo; Roses at Belmont Park.\r\nFRIDAY&nbsp;NIGHT&nbsp;RACING: Play Penn National and watch live video every Friday in July &raquo;\r\nThe 4-year-old Eve Giselle has been extremely consistent, winning 5 of 7 lifetime starts. The last time she made the second start of her form cycle after winning with a career-best Beyer, Eve Giselle paired up her numbers in a third-level optional $75,000 claimer at Oaklawn Park.\r\nRitchey won last year&rsquo;s Daylily with One Smokin&rsquo; Lady at 2-5 odds.\r\nEve Giselle&rsquo;s chief competition, and the 9-5 favorite in the track&rsquo;s morning line, is D&rsquo;wild Ride, a 6-year-old mare based at Monmouth Park with trainer Joe Orseno. Although she is 11 for 36 lifetime, D&rsquo;wild Ride is winless in five starts this season. She most recently was second, beaten three-quarters of a length, in the Blue Sparkler at her home track, earning an 88 Beyer.\r\nOrsenso seldom ships to Penn National, but he shows a 4-for-17 record with the horses he has brought to the central Pennsylvania oval the past five years.\r\nBased on their form out of town, She&rsquo;smylittleman and Winning Image are capable of making an impact in Friday&rsquo;s race.\r\nThe 5-year-old She&rsquo;smylittleman got a career-best 93 Beyer winning a first-level optional $25,000 claimer at Sunland Park in late March. She makes her first local appearance and second start since coming to the high-percentage barn of Todd Beattie.\r\nThe lightly raced Winning Image has been off since last August but owns a 4-for-6 lifetime record, including a 93 Beyer for an eight-length romp in a third-level optional $20,000 claimer at Suffolk Downs almost 13 months ago. She won both her career debut and her return from an eight-month absence, evidence that she can fire first time off the bench.\r\nDon&rsquo;tgetsuspicious has been effective in ultra-short sprints at Charles Town, where she has won three of her last four in $35,000 overnight handicaps, including a career-high 91 Beyer last time out.