OZONE PARK, N.Y. &ndash; Trainer Gary Contessa doesn&rsquo;t feel the same kind of pressure entering this year&rsquo;s Whirlaway Stakes as he did last year.\r\nA year ago, Contessa watched in horror as his 1-4 favorite Eightyfiveinafifty bore out entering the first turn of the 1 1/16-mile race, unseated jockey Jorge Chavez, crashed through two fences, and ran loose through the Aqueduct barn area. Save for a few nasty cuts, Eightyfiveinafifty was generally okay and would eventually go on to win the Grade 3 Bay Shore Stakes.\r\nIn Saturday&rsquo;s 32nd renewal of the Whirlaway, a $100,000 stakes race that drew seven 3-year-olds, Contessa will send out the New York-bred Preachintothedevil, who has already proven himself around two turns and is one of just two stakes winners (Sky Music being the other) in the field.\r\n&ldquo;I&rsquo;m not going to be worried about the first turn,&rdquo; Contessa joked in his Aqueduct barn office Thursday morning. &ldquo;This is a different kind of horse. He&rsquo;s not as fast as Eightyfiveinafifty. Last year, Eightyfiveinafifty was just so impressive, and I had so much pressure on me. I don&rsquo;t have that pressure on me with this horse. We&rsquo;re trying to figure out where we are with this horse.&rdquo;\r\nKENTUCKY&nbsp;DERBY NEWS: Track all the 3-year-olds on the Triple Crown trail\r\nPreachintothedevil, a son of Pulpit, won an off-the-turf maiden race by 7 1/4 lengths on Nov. 6 and then came back with a decent third in the Damon Runyon Stakes over the inner track Dec. 5. He came back on New Year&rsquo;s Day to take the Champagneforashley Stakes for New York-breds by 3 1/4 lengths.\r\n&ldquo;I think mentally he&rsquo;s gotten better and better and better,&rdquo; said Contessa, who blew Preachintothedevil out two furlongs Thursday morning. &ldquo;Physically, he&rsquo;s gotten more and more aggressive. We got our hands full training that boy.&rdquo;\r\nPreachintothedevil will have his hands full facing the likes of Rescind the Trade, J.J.&rsquo;s Lucky Train, and Toby&rsquo;s Corner in the Whirlaway.\r\nRescind the Trade is 2 for 2, including an allowance win over the inner track in December where he beat Pants on Fire by a neck. Pants on Fire came back to run second in the Grade 3 Lecomte at Fair Grounds. Rescind the Trade shipped to south Florida, but trainer Rick Violette felt his horse did not handle the heat well, so he went him back north.\r\nJ.J.&rsquo;s Lucky Train, claimed for $40,000 by trainer Bill Anderson, ran a decent second to Monzon in the Count Fleet here last month. Anderson is taking the blinkers off his colt for the Whirlaway.\r\n&ldquo;I think it might help him relax a little,&rdquo; Anderson said. &ldquo;Last time, he was a little rank the first part of it. But I thought it was a big effort. He went with Pants on Fire and put him away.&rdquo;\r\nToby&rsquo;s Corner has won his last two, and the son of 2005 Wood Memorial winner Bellamy Road should appreciate two turns. Sky Music, third to Preachintothedevil last out, Arthur&rsquo;s Tale, and Norman Asbjornson complete the field.