BALTIMORE&nbsp;- Rose Catherine, one of the top female turf sprinters in the country last year, returns to the turf and takes on local grass sprint specialist Suzzona in the $75,000 The Very One Stakes, part of the Black-Eyed Susan undercard Friday at Pimlico.\r\nRose Catherine comes off a fourth-place finish in the Giant&rsquo;s Causeway at Keeneland, a race that was moved from turf to Polytrack because of heavy rain. In her only other start this year, she was fourth when facing males like the top-class Bridgetown in a money allowance at Gulfstream.\r\nThe Very One, at five furlongs on turf, is restricted to females, a division Rose Catherine dominated on the East Coast last year. After taking up residence in the East following a winter in California, she won four straight grass sprint stakes in her division before finishing seventh in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Turf Sprint against males.\r\nSuzzona finished second in last year&rsquo;s The Very One, and since then has won five turf sprints at four different tracks. She tuned up for this race with a victory against softer company at Atlantic City on May 3. Now 7, Suzzona has won 13 of 22 turf sprints and is 2 for 3 at Pimlico.\r\nThe Very One drew a field of 10, with Rose Catherine and Suzzona alongside one another in posts 6 and 7. Because of recent rain, there should be some give in the course.\r\nThe lightly raced Supreme was a sharp winner at Tampa against allowance company in her first start of the year, only her fourth start lifetime. She appears to be on an upswing.