INGLEWOOD, Calif. &ndash; The most accomplished 3&#45;year&#45;old in California during the Santa Anita winter meeting was Sidney&rsquo;s Candy, who won three stakes, including the Santa Anita Derby.The most disappointing California&#45;based horse in the Kentucky Derby on May 1 was Sidney&rsquo;s Candy, who faded from contention on the final turn to finish 17th.Following that loss, there were no more Triple Crown starts for Sidney&rsquo;s Candy. He returned to California with Saturday&rsquo;s $200,000 Swaps Stakes at Hollywood Park as a midsummer goal. For the Grade 2 Swaps, Sidney&rsquo;s Candy will once again be the focus of California 3&#45;year&#45;old division. He has just four rivals in the race over 1 1/8 miles.A win by Sidney&rsquo;s Candy in the Swaps could lead to a start in the $1 million Pacific Classic against older horses at Del Mar on Aug. 28. Judging from quick recent workouts, two six&#45;furlong and two seven&#45;furlongs works since June 20, Sidney&rsquo;s Candy may prove tough to beat on Saturday.&ldquo;He&rsquo;s back to himself,&rdquo; trainer John Sadler said. &ldquo;You&rsquo;ll see him back on his form. He&rsquo;s ready to go.&rdquo;As for the Kentucky Derby, Sadler said the colt has shown no ill effects from the comprehensive loss. &ldquo;I think maybe he displaced or something,&rdquo; Sadler said, referring to breathing problems.Sidney&rsquo;s Candy has won 4 of 7 starts and $673,560 for owner Jenny Craig. She and Sadler have also entered Twirling Candy in the Swaps, but he is more likely to run at Del Mar.Sidney&rsquo;s Candy is likely to lead, and will the obvious target for the other runners&#45; Skipshot, Alphie&rsquo;s Bet, and Summer Movie, who were second through fourth in the Grade 3 Affirmed Handicap over 1 1/16 miles here on June 19.Aside form Sidney&rsquo;s Candy, Alphie&rsquo;s Bet is the only other stakes winner in the field, having won the Grade 3 Sham Stakes at Santa Anita in March and the Snow Chief Stakes against statebreds here in April. Alphie&rsquo;s Bet was last of 10 against older horses in the Grade 2 Jim Murray Handicap over 1 1/2 miles on turf on May 15, but rebounded in the Affirmed, losing by a length after a late rally.&ldquo;I thought he ran great,&rdquo; trainer Alexis Barba said. &ldquo;He came flying and made up a lot of ground.&rdquo;The Swaps distance suits Alphie&rsquo;s Bet, who will need a career&#45;best performance to beat Sidney&rsquo;s Candy.