ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; School Girl gets some class relief in Thursday&rsquo;s fifth race at Woodbine, and should be well backed in the $50,000 claimer for fillies and mares.School Girl earned black type last November, when she wound up second in the $50,000 Holiday Inaugural Stakes at Turfway. After spending part of last winter at the Fair Grounds, she went to Keeneland, where she finished second for $32,000, in a sprint from which she was claimed by owner&#45;trainer Steve Asmussen.School Girl performed well in four straight second&#45;level allowance&#45;optional claimers after shipping here in the spring. She scored a Beyer Speed Figure of 83 on both May 15 and Aug. 19, but didn&rsquo;t beat much in the August race, which was run over the 6 1/2&#45;furlong distance of Thursday&rsquo;s headliner.Most recently, School Girl tracked a slow pace on the outside en route to running third behind Shukriya, who returned to finish a close third in the Ontario Fashion Stakes.Patrick Husbands replaces the injured Jim McAleney on School Girl, who has worked three times leading up to this event.Bedarra and Rebecca&rsquo;s Song are also dropping from optional&#45;claiming company.Bedarra has competed strictly on the grass since her July 17 season opener. She defeated Rebecca&rsquo;s Song when she captured a seven&#45;furlong optional claimer with a career high 87 Beyer Figure on Aug. 2, but hasn&rsquo;t shown much since then.Eurico Da Silva will ride Bedarra, who possesses a solid synthetic track record. Rebecca&rsquo;s Song won her last Polytrack excursion in a minor allowance that was taken off the grass June 2. She was in good turf form before her last two starts, which were a pair of eighth&#45;place finishes, in the Avowal Stakes and an optional event.Justin Stein picks up the mount on Rebecca&rsquo;s Song, who was also previously ridden by McAleney.Madam Inspector figures to lead the way under Emile Ramsammy, who was aboard for her easy victory in a six&#45;furlong dash at this level Aug. 26. She is exiting a narrow loss to Dancing Doris, who is also in the lineup.Dancing Doris had been idle for nearly three months when she upset Madam Inspector in that $50,000 claimer, in which she mounted a wide rally over an inside&#45;biased track to prevail with a 75 Beyer. She is an obvious bounce candidate.Santa Baby is in the best form of her career, but is ambitiously spotted off a second for $32,000.