ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Rahy&rsquo;s Attorney ended his local campaign on a high note here last Saturday by winning the $125,000 Bunty Lawless Stakes, and he will soon head to Florida to gear up for his 7&#45;year&#45;old campaign.Trainer Ian Black said he isn&rsquo;t sure if or where Rahy&rsquo;s Attorney will run before he heads south for the winter.&ldquo;It&rsquo;s tough to find another race for him,&rdquo; said Black. &ldquo;Last year he went from here to the River City at Churchill Downs, but that race has been moved up on the schedule so that&rsquo;s out.&rdquo;Rahy&rsquo;s Attorney turned back a challenge from Sand Cove and drew off to a 3 1/4&#45;length score in the Bunty Lawless. Reunited with Slade Callaghan, who was his partner through the meat of the horse&rsquo;s Sovereign Award&#45;winning 2008 campaign, Rahy&rsquo;s Attorney recorded his third win in as many cracks at the Bunty Lawless, which is a one&#45;mile turf race for Ontario&#45;sired 3&#45;year&#45;olds and upward.&ldquo;I was very happy, and proud of him,&rdquo; said Black, who conditions Rahy&rsquo;s Attorney, a homebred 6&#45;year&#45;old gelding for Joe and Ellen MacLellan and partners. &ldquo;He really ran the last part. He just outfinished that other horse.&rdquo;This year, Rahy&rsquo;s Attorney also won the With Approval for Ontario foals, and finished second in stakes here, in Philadelphia, and at Gulfstream Park. His seasonal bankroll stands at $276,200 from eight starts and his career total at $1,921,392.Fifty Proof heading to JapanBlack sent Rahy&rsquo;s Attorney to Japan&rsquo;s Kyoto Racecourse in 2008 for the Group 1 Mile Championship. He plans to send Fifty Proof to Japan this year.Coming off a close fifth&#45;place finish in the Grade 1 Canadian International, Fifty Proof has been invited to run in the Grade 1 Japan Cup at Tokyo Racecourse on Nov. 28.&ldquo;All things being well, we&rsquo;ll be there,&rdquo; he said.The Japan Cup, a 1 1/2&#45;mile turf race over a left&#45;handed course, offers a total purse of $5.87 million with almost $2.8 million earmarked for the winner.Hotep guns it, and is rewardedA strategic approach taken by Hotep&rsquo;s connections could have been the deciding factor in his 3 3/4&#45;length victory in Sunday&rsquo;s $100,000 Mobil, a 1 1/8&#45;mile stakes for Ontario&#45;foaled 3&#45;year&#45;olds that was moved from turf to the main track.Hotep, breaking from post 2 with regular rider Patrick Husbands in the irons, took the early lead over the expected front&#45;runner Stormy Lord while well out in the track.&ldquo;We didn&rsquo;t want to get locked down inside,&rdquo; said Mark Frostad, who trains Hotep for Sam&#45;Son Farm. &ldquo;We wanted to push the pace a little bit. If somebody had really gone out there, we would have let him go.&rdquo;Stormy Lord, trained by Black, eventually challenged Hotep and looked like a winner after making the lead leaving the turn, but Hotep had plenty in reserve and pulled away through the final furlong.Said Black: &ldquo;I thought we&rsquo;d be on the lead. I was surprised they sent him. It worked out for them, though.&rdquo;Hotep also benefited when the race was moved to the main track. He has been a solid main&#45;track performer here this year, with a win in the Wando Stakes, second&#45;place finishes in both the Marine and the Queen&rsquo;s Plate, and a third in the recent Ontario Derby.The Mobil was the last straight 3&#45;year&#45;old stakes scheduled for the Woodbine meeting and Frostad is uncertain as to whether Hotep will see action again this season.&ldquo;We&rsquo;ll see how he comes out of this race,&rdquo; said Frostad. &ldquo;We might give him a break now; there&rsquo;s not a lot for him.&rdquo;Stormy Lord, however, could resurface in the Grade 3 Commonwealth Turf at Churchill Downs on Nov. 13. Black believes Stormy Lord is a far better horse on turf despite his second&#45;place finish in the Mobil.&ldquo;I still think he levels out and finishes better on the turf,&rdquo; said Black. &ldquo;There are lots of turf opportunities for him. I wouldn&rsquo;t be looking to run him on Polytrack.&rdquo;First&#45;time starter wins stakesThe first&#45;time starter Inglorious defeated four winning rivals here in Sunday&rsquo;s $150,000 Fanfreluche, a six&#45;furlong stakes for Ontario&#45;foaled 2&#45;year&#45;old fillies. Inglorious broke slowly and rallied from last place to score by a going&#45;away 1 3/4 lengths under Chantal Sutherland.&ldquo;She was ready, and the spot was there,&rdquo; said Josie Carroll, who conditions Inglorious for the Donver Stable of Donna and Vern Dubinsky. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s been a bit slow leaving the gate; that was our only concern. She popped out of there really well two days ago, but obviously she forgot that.&rdquo;Looking back on the way the Fanfreluche unfolded, Carroll believed that Inglorious may have benefited from her inauspicious beginning.&ldquo;She had the 1&#45;hole, and Chantal was able to get her to relax and get her to the outside,&rdquo; said Carroll.Inglorious, a $90,000 purchase at the local select yearling sale, was the second stakes winner of the meeting for Carroll.Sutherland was recording her 14th stakes winner of the meeting, leaving her in a dead heat with Husbands atop that category heading into the final six weeks. ◗ Invitation Only, a 2&#45;year&#45;old gelding, missed last weekend&rsquo;s Cup and Saucer Stakes after coming down with a virus, but was back on the work tab on Sunday morning with a five&#45;furlong breeze in 1:01.&ldquo;He didn&rsquo;t miss a whole lot of time but he had a virus, and we have to be careful,&rdquo; said Mark Frostad, who took over as Invitation Only&rsquo;s trainer after the colt was purchased privately by owner Earle Mack following his win in the seven&#45;furlong Simcoe on Sept. 6.