ETOBICOKE, Ontario &minus; Rahy's Attorney, coming off a lackluster effort in the Grade 2 Nijinsky here July 24, will be looking to get his campaign back on the right track when he puts the blinkers back on for Saturday's $100,000 With Approval.\r\nA 1 1/8-mile turf race for Ontario-foaled 3-year-olds and up, the With Approval attracted a field of eight.\r\nRahy's Attorney, a 6-year-old gelding trained by Ian Black, was Canada's champion turf male after capturing the Woodbine Mile in 2008. He won three turf stakes here last year, when he was the runner-up in the Sovereign Award voting for the division.\r\nDespite finishing second in two graded turf stakes this year, Rahy's Attorney showed little over &quot;yielding&quot; going, which should have been to his advantage in the 1 1/8-mile Nijinsky.\r\n&quot;He ran so uncharacteristically,&quot; Black said. &quot;We drew blood and went over him thoroughly to see if he was 100 percent.&quot;\r\nRahy's Attorney passed his physical, and Black turned to the matter of his equipment. Black had taken the blinkers off Rahy's Attorney three starts ago, after Rahy's Attorney lost by a head in the Grade 3 Appleton at Gulfstream.\r\n&quot;He ran okay in his first couple of starts without them, but when I worked him the other day I put the blinkers on,&quot; he said.\r\nGoing in company with exercise rider Tyler Gaskin in the irons, Rahy's Attorney breezed five furlongs in 58.40.\r\n&quot;I worked him behind a couple of other horses,&quot; Black said. &quot;He went by them and galloped out strongly down the backstretch.&quot;\r\nRahy's Attorney gets in with 119 pounds for the With Approval and will have regular rider Robert Landry aboard.\r\nIce Bear, a homebred 6-year-old gelding trained by Mac Benson, will be making his third consecutive appearance in the With Approval after being beaten a neck as the runner-up last year and scoring by a nose in 2008. Both of those runnings were taken off the turf.\r\nIce Bear also comes into the With Approval off a disappointing effort &minus; he finished fifth as the favorite in the Ontario Jockey Club over seven furlongs on turf here July 11.\r\nIn his previous start, Ice Bear was third, two lengths behind runner-up Rahy's Attorney, in the Grade 2 King Edward over one mile on the turf course.\r\nIce Bear has three wins on the grass and has made two of his four starts this year on the turf. Last year, however, only one of his seven starts came on grass.\r\n&quot;I actually think he likes turf better, but the turf division here last year seemed tougher than the Polytrack division,&quot; Benson said.\r\nIce Bear also carries 119 pounds and will have a new rider in Luis Contreras.\r\nGenius Kinshasa, who captured the restricted Sir Barton over 1 1/16 miles on the main track here last fall, and Royal Challenger, who won the 2006 Breeders' but was claimed for $20,000 from his last start, are the other stakes winners in the With Approval lineup.\r\nThirteen entered in Breeders'\r\nThe field for Sunday's renewal of the $500,000 Breeders' suddenly increased Thursday, when a total of 13 horses were entered.\r\nUnexpected additions to the field included the maidens Alphabet Kid, Miami Deco, and Vicar Street, all of whom were supplemented at a cost of $12,500.\r\nAmong the legitimate contenders is Dynamic Royal, a homebred who races for Ivan Dalos and is trained by Josie Carroll.\r\nDynamic Royal began his career with two encouraging turf starts at Gulfstream this year and graduated in his local debut in a mile-and-70-yard maiden race, which was taken off the turf.\r\nIn his last start, which came in the open one-mile Charlie Barley for 3-year-olds on grass, Dynamic Royal raced evenly and finished fourth, beaten four lengths by American-bred winner So Elite.\r\n&quot;I think his last race was very good, and one would hope he'll run all day,&quot; Carroll said.\r\nCarroll also noted that Dynamic Royal's broodmare sire, Dynaformer, should be a positive influence at the Breeders' distance.\r\nAlso back for the Breeders' are Stormy Lord, who won the Toronto Cup in his last start and finished second by two lengths in the Charlie Barley; and Born to Act, who was third in the Toronto Cup and fifth in the Charlie Barley.\r\nThe Breeders' is a 1 1/2-mile turf race that is the final leg of the Canadian triple crown,\r\nMiss Taggart ready for Debutante\r\nCarroll also will field a solid candidate for Saturday's $150,000 Ontario Debutante in Miss Taggart.\r\n&quot;I thought very highly of her from the beginning,&quot; said Carroll, who purchased Miss Taggart for $47,000 at the Ocala 2-year-olds in training sale this April.\r\nThe Debutante is an open 6 1/2-furlong race for 2-year-old fillies that lured six entrants.\r\nBred in Florida, Miss Taggart was a well-beaten second to Roxy Gap in her debut at five furlongs. Roxy Gap went on to win the 5 1/2-furlong Shady Well two weeks later.\r\n&quot;I thought her first race was very good,&quot; Carroll said. &quot;She got a little tired.&quot;\r\nMiss Taggart returned three weeks after that July 3 dash and was a solid one-length winner under returning rider David Clark in a six-furlong maiden race.\r\nHuarte back after suspension is cut\r\nTrainer Frank Huarte is back in business after the Ontario Racing Commission reduced his original 12-month suspension to four months following an appeal hearing Aug. 5.\r\nThe original stewards ruling had suspended Huarte through next April 8 as a result of a positive test for codeine and morphine, but he has been eligible to return as of Aug. 8 with the next eight months being stayed.\r\nA fine of $5,000 for the infraction was reduced to $2,500.\r\nHuarte, who also is the owner, breeder, and blacksmith for his family stable, has no prior positives.\r\nORC counsel Angela Holland and Sue Leslie, acting as Huarte's agent in her position as president of the local Horsemen&rsquo;s Benevolent and Protective Association, had made a joint submission to the appeal panel agreeing to the reduced penalty.