Ruby&rsquo;s Big Band, who recorded her fifth local victory when promoted to first via a disqualification in the one&#45;mile Assiniboia Oaks, looms the one to beat as she moves out to 1 1/16 miles for Saturday&rsquo;s Jack Hardy Stakes.The Jack Hardy, a $30,000 race for 3&#45;year&#45;old fillies, attracted a field of five and Ruby&rsquo;s Big Band drew the outside post.Ruby&rsquo;s Big Band, trained by Charlie Smith, had led to midstretch in the Assiniboia Oaks but was unable to contain the rallying Rime Ice, who drew out to score by 1 1/4 lengths. But then Larren Delorme, aboard third&#45;place finisher Honorable Lady, claimed foul against Rime Ice for interference in early stretch. The stewards allowed the claim and Rime Ice was placed third behind Honorable Lady, with Ruby&rsquo;s Big Band inheriting the top prize.Rohan Singh was notching his third Winnipeg win aboard Ruby&rsquo;s Big Band, and he returns Saturday. He also also had guided Ruby&rsquo;s Big Band to a nose victory in a 7 1/2&#45;furlong allowance prep for the Assiniboia Oaks, Honorable Lady, who has come out on the short end of five of her six encounters with Ruby&rsquo;s Big Band, also will be back for the Jack Hardy.Trained by Tom Gardipy Jr., Honorable Lady did defeat Ruby&rsquo;s Big Band in the six&#45;furlong Chantilly on June 18 and again looms the filly to fear most. Delorme retains the mount on Honorable Lady.Also returning from the Assiniboia Oaks are fourth&#45;place finisher Roma Tomato and sixth&#45;place finisher Gorgeous Goomah.Roma Tomato, who had been beaten a nose as the runner&#45;up in the prep, was steadied down the backstretch in the Oaks and finished well. Roma Tomato has upset possibilities at Saturday&rsquo;s longer distance.Gorgeous Goomah, who ended 6 3/4 lengths back in the Oaks, looks to be a fringe player at best.Rounding out the field are Song of Katewpa, who is coming off a third&#45;place finish behind males while competing under first&#45;level allowance terms at six furlongs.