ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Poof Too has been entered in Keeneland&rsquo;s Grade 1, $400,000 Alcibiades, a 1 &nbsp;1/16-mile stakes for 2-year-old fillies at Friday.\r\nBut Poof Too, a Kentucky-bred who is trained by Mark Frostad, will be staying home to run in Saturday&rsquo;s Grade 3, $150,000 Mazarine, which also is for 2-year-old fillies at 1 1/16 miles.\r\n&ldquo;I just wanted to keep the option open,&rdquo; said Mark Frostad, who trains Poof Too for owners John Fielding and Frederick Hertrich.\r\n&ldquo;I think she&rsquo;s pretty nice.&rdquo;\r\nPoof Too has seen action just once, rallying from off the pace to score by a length under Patrick Husbands in a 6 1/2-furlong turf race here Sept. 9.\r\n&ldquo;When I entered her, I thought the race was going to be coming off the turf,&rdquo; said Frostad. &ldquo;When it didn&rsquo;t, I was worried it wouldn&rsquo;t be long enough for her.&rdquo;\r\nPoof Too has come back with a pair of five-furlong drills, the latest in 1:01.80 here last Saturday, and Frostad is expecting her to handle stretching out on the main track.\r\n&ldquo;I think she&rsquo;ll do well on Poly,&rdquo; said Frostad.\r\nPoof Too is one of two fillies who were supplemented to the Mazarine at a cost of $4,500, along with the maiden Idratherbeatthespa, who was off poorly and closed to finish fourth when making her only start to date in the seven-furlong Muskoka here Sept. 6.\r\nCompleting the field of six will be Delightful Mary, who is undefeated in two starts; Wyomia and Anne&rsquo;s Beauty, both impressive maiden winners here last time out; and Ghostly Darkness, a maiden trained by Christophe Clement who is slated to ship in from Belmont Park.\r\nStormy Rush headed to Keeneland\r\nStormy Rush, a troubled third last time out in the Grade 3 Summer Stakes over one mile of turf, breezed five furlongs in 1:00.80 here Wednesday morning and should make his next appearance in Sunday&rsquo;s Grade &nbsp;3 Bourbon at Keeneland.\r\nThe Bourbon, a 1 1/16-mile turf race, is part of the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Win and You&rsquo;re In series.\r\n&ldquo;We&rsquo;d like to see if he&rsquo;s going to be capable of doing that,&rdquo; said Roger Attfield, who conditions the Kentucky-bred Stormy Rush for owners Bob Harvey, Al Wortzman, and Gordon Ledson.\r\nStormy Rush, under rider Jono Jones, worked in company with fellow 2-year-old stablemate Good Better Best, who went in the same clocking under jockey Richard Dos Ramos.\r\nGood Better Best, a winner of his only start over 6 1/2 furlongs of turf, is pointing for the $250,000 Cup and Saucer, a 1 1/16-mile turf race for Canadian-breds here Oct. 17.\r\nSimmard, Mekong Melody work\r\nAttfield also sent out Simmard and Mekong Melody to breeze six furlongs in company on Wednesday.\r\nSimmard is pointing for the Grade &nbsp;1, $2 million Canadian International, a 1 1/2-mile turf race here Oct. 16.\r\nMekong Melody&rsquo;s target is the Grade 1, $1 million E.P. Taylor, a 1 1/4-mile turf race for fillies and mares on the same card.\r\nBoth horses were timed in 1:12 with clocker Mike Lym designating Mekong Melody&rsquo;s move under jockey Patrick Husbands as &ldquo;breezing&rdquo; and Simmard&rsquo;s under exercise rider Melanie Giddings as &ldquo;handily.&rdquo;\r\nSimmard, a Kentucky-bred 5-year-old horse, has seen action just once this year, finishing a close third in the Grade&nbsp;2 Bowling Green over 1 3/8 miles of turf.\r\nMekong Melody, an Irish-bred 5-year-old, is 2 for 3 this year with her successes coming here on the turf in the Grade 2 Dance Smartly over 1 1/8 miles and the Flaming Page at 1 1/2 miles.\r\nInternallyflawless tries again\r\nInternallyflawless breezed four furlongs in 49 on Wednesday and has been entered in a second-level allowance race for fillies and mares over one mile on turf at Keeneland on Friday.\r\nA 5-year-old homebred who races for owner Charles Fipke, Internallyflawless won the Grade 1 Del Mar Oaks over 1 1/8 miles on turf last summer but has yet to get untracked since returning from a layoff and moving into Attfield&rsquo;s barn this year.\r\nMcAleney has out-of-town mounts\r\nJockey Jim McAleney will be at Keeneland on Friday to ride Hollywood Hit in the Grade 3, $175,000 Phoenix, a six-furlong race which is a &ldquo;Win and You&rsquo;re In&rdquo; for the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Sprint.\r\n&ldquo;I think his last race set him up perfectly,&rdquo; said McAleney, who guided Hollywood Hit to a hard-fought half-length score in the six-furlong King Corrie here Sept. 22. &ldquo;I expect him to run his best race of the year.&rdquo;\r\nMcAleney will be moving over to Parx Racing, the former Philadelphia Park, on Saturday to partner Sports Select in the $250,000 Gallant Bob, a six-furlong race for 3-year-olds.\r\n&ldquo;He&rsquo;s an up-and-comer,&rdquo; said McAleney, who has piloted Sports Select to his two victories here this year. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s going to be a very nice horse.&rdquo;\r\nBoth Hollywood Hit and Sports Select are trained here by Terry Jordan but will run in the name of his assistant, Anita Bolton.\r\nSmokey Fire breezes five furlongs\r\nSmokey Fire, a candidate for the Nearctic, breezed five furlongs in 1:00.40 here Wednesday morning with his regular rider Jono Jones in the irons.\r\nA homebred 5-year-old gelding who races for owner Mel Lawson and is trained by Sid Attard, Smokey Fire won the Grade 2 Play the King over seven furlongs of turf here Aug. &nbsp;29 but then was an even sixth in the Grade 1 Woodbine Mile three weeks later.\r\n&ldquo;We don&rsquo;t know what we&rsquo;re going to do with him,&rdquo; said Attard, who also is keeping a long-term eye on the Kennedy Road here Nov. 20.\r\nSmokey Fire became a stakes winner in last year&rsquo;s Kennedy Road, a six-furlong main track race which offers Grade 3 status and a purse of $150,000.\r\nAltius headed to Bull Page\r\nThe Latin Motto for the Olympic Games is &ldquo;Citius, Altius, Fortius,&rdquo; which for those more comfortable with English translates to &ldquo;Faster, Higher, Stronger&rdquo;.\r\nTrainer Ralph Biamonte has Citius and Altius in his barn this year, with Fortius on the farm with an eye toward next season.\r\nAltius, a winner of his last two starts, will run in Monday&rsquo;s $125,000 Bull Page, a six-furlong race for Ontario-sired 2-year-olds.\r\nOn Wednesday, Altius tuned up with a four-furlong breeze in 49.40 under rider David Clark, who will be back in the irons for the Thanksgiving Day feature.