ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Somme&rsquo;s positive turf experience makes her the one to fear most in Sunday&rsquo;s $250,000 Wonder Where Stakes at Woodbine.The Wonder Where is the final leg of the Canadian Triple Tiara, a lucrative series for Canadian&#45;bred 3&#45;year&#45;old fillies. Free Fee Lady and Moment of Majesty are the two contenders who are trying the turf for the first time in 1 1/4&#45;mile fixture.Somme went directly from her maiden triumph to the June 13 Alywow Stakes, a turf sprint that she won from off a lively pace. Three weeks ago, she was second behind front&#45;runner Barracks Road as the 2&#45;5 choice in another grass stakes, the Ontario Damsel.Trainer Josie Carroll said things didn&rsquo;t go Somme&rsquo;s way in the one&#45;mile Ontario Damsel.&ldquo;I thought the short field, with the way the race set up, hurt her,&rdquo; said Carroll. &ldquo;By the time she got running it was too late.&rdquo;Carroll said she is optimistic that Somme, a daughter of stamina sire Theatrical, will stay the Wonder Where distance.Carroll also entered the improving maiden Cindy&rsquo;s Joy, who earned a Beyer Speed Figure of 83 when she ran second to the upwardly mobile Perfect Shirl in a nine&#45;furlong maiden special on the lawn June 13. Perfect Shirl subsequently won the Grade 2 Lake George Stakes at Saratoga.Free Fee Lady romped in the second Tiara race, the 1 1/16&#45;mile Bison City Stakes, while beating the 1&#45;10 favorite, Embur&rsquo;s Song. She registered a big 92 Beyer Figure then, in her first appearance since her second&#45;out maiden victory.&ldquo;That was a huge race the other day,&rdquo; said trainer Reade Baker. &ldquo;Her first win was good, and the second one was a monster. She was just galloping away from the field.&rdquo; Baker said minor problems delayed Free Fee Lady&rsquo;s racing career. &ldquo;She had a bunch of little things,&rdquo; Baker recalled. &ldquo;Thank God, I had an owner who let me go at whatever speed that she allowed us to go at. One wrong turn, and she might have turned into a claimer.&rdquo;Moment of Majesty, like Free Free Lady, is bred for the grass on the dam&rsquo;s side of her pedigree. Moment of Majesty suffered a heartbreaking loss to Roan Inish in the first leg of the Triple Tiara, the nine&#45;furlong Woodbine Oaks, losing by a head while running the race of her life. She was a nonthreatening eighth last time out against the boys in the Queen&rsquo;s Plate.