OZONE PARK, N.Y. &ndash; For more than a month, Qualia has been all dressed up with nowhere to run. Three weeks ago, she failed to crack into the field for the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Filly and Mare Sprint. Two weeks ago, an overnight stakes at Aqueduct failed to fill.\r\nWithout another option and with a filly that indicates she&rsquo;s ready to run, Qualia is entered in Friday&rsquo;s Grade 2, $150,000 Top Flight Handicap at one mile over Aqueduct&rsquo;s main track. While trainer Robert Ribaudo wasn&rsquo;t necessarily looking to run Qualia a mile, the fact she could be the controlling speed over a potentially wet surface could make her dangerous.\r\nQualia won four of her first six starts, which included a debut victory in the slop at Belmont and a front-running victory in a second-level allowance going one mile at Gulfstream Park. After a hard-luck head loss to Rightly So in the Grade 3 Bed o&rsquo; Roses at Belmont in July, things went awry for Qualia. Her saddle slipped and she was basically eased in the Grade 1 Ballerina at Saratoga. In September, she chased a hot early pace and finished fourth in the Grade 2 Gallant Bloom at Belmont.\r\n&ldquo;My concern would be is she too fresh to get the mile,&rdquo; said Ribaudo.\r\nSara Louise comes into the Top Flight &ndash; a race she won last year &ndash; off a sixth-place finish in the BC Filly and Mare Sprint, a race in which she simply walked out of the starting gate under Frankie Dettori and was last of 13 early. She has since come back with a bullet half-mile workout in 47 seconds over Belmont&rsquo;s main track.\r\n&ldquo;I will say she certainly acts like she&rsquo;s got run in her,&rdquo; Godolphin assistant Rick Mettee said.\r\nIn her only start over a wet surface, Sara Louise won the Grade 3 Victory Ride Stakes at Saratoga.\r\nFunny Moon is 4 for 5 at a one-turn mile, including a victory in the Grade 2 Shuvee at Belmont in May. Her three other wins at a one-turn mile came over wet tracks. She is coming off a nose loss to Our Khrysty &ndash; who is also in this field &ndash; in the Grade 3 Turnback the Alarm last month at Belmont.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;s been successful in the slop, she&rsquo;s doing great, I&rsquo;m excited about her,&rdquo; trainer Christophe Clement said.\r\nSpacy Tracy, Way With Words, and R Betty Graybull complete the field.