Shifty Time figures to be a short price when she stretches out to a mile in the $50,000 Northlands Oaks Handicap at Northlands Park on Monday. The $50,000 feature for 3&#45;year&#45;old fillies drew nine horses. Under trainer Greg Tracy, Shifty Time was voted the champion 2&#45;year&#45;old filly in Alberta last year. All of Tracy&rsquo;s horses were transferred to leading trainer Robertino Diodoro on Friday. Diodoro and the stewards at Northlands wouldn&rsquo;t comment on the reason for the transfer. The stewards did say a ruling on Tracy was pending.Shifty Time figures to relish the added distance after finishing second in the six&#45;furlong Chariot Chaser in her first start this year July 1. In 2009, she won three stakes at Northlands by a combined total of 24 lengths and closed out the year with a nine&#45;length romp in the one&#45;mile Freedom of City. She will be ridden by Shannon Beauregard. She inherited the mount from Quincy Welch, who is recovering from injuries inflicted in a spill July 16.Diodoro has also entered That Voodoo Youdo, another horse he picked up from Tracy. That Voodoo Youdo will be stretching out to a middle&#45;distance for the first time. She is coming off of a win in a first&#45;level allowance race July 16. There is plenty of potential speed in the field and that could help set things up for Hastings invader Ebony N Ice, who will be making her first start for trainer Jerri Robertson. Ebony N Ice is coming off of a fifth&#45;place finish in the $53,000 Supernaturel at Hastings on July 1. As a 2&#45;year&#45;old, she won the $103,000 Fantasy Stakes. Notoriously upset Shifty Time in the Chariot Chaser and is certainly capable of carrying her speed around three turns.