Squall Wilbud has established her class as a two-time stakes winner. Sunday, she will be out to prove herself over a route of ground. Squall Wilbud will be making her two-turn debut in the $120,000 Enchantress at Sunland Park.\r\nThe one-mile race is for 2-year-old fillies bred in New Mexico and it will share a card with the $120,000 Lou Wooten Handicap for Quarter Horses.\r\nSquall Wilbud is one of the top members of her New Mexico-bred division for a record that includes wins in the $133,000 Copper Top Futurity at 4 1/2 furlongs at Sunland in April and the $152,000 New Mexico Cup Juvenile Fillies at six furlongs at Zia on Oct. 31.\r\n&ldquo;I think the filly will love two turns, just the way she&rsquo;s been training,&rdquo; said Fred Danley, who trains Squall Wilbud. &ldquo;We&rsquo;ve worked her on out and everything.&rdquo;\r\nDanley said Squall Wilbud also gets pedigree support for the added ground. Her sire, Squall, was a two-turn winner while his sire, Summer Squall, won the 1990 Preakness. Squall Wilbud&rsquo;s dam, Fancywilfly, is by two-turn winner Jack Wilson.\r\nSquall Wilbud closed from well back in the New Mexico Cup in her last start, and won by a neck in a sharp time of 1:10.80.\r\n&ldquo;The filly got little further back than what we wanted her, and she really came running,&rdquo; said Danley.\r\nSquall Wilbud, who is to be ridden by Alfredo Juarez Jr., is one of two fillies Danley will send out Sunday. Squallena, who just missed in a first-level allowance at Zia on Nov. 22, will be ridden by Ken Tohill. Both race for the partnership of William Stradley and Tom Williams.\r\n&ldquo;We&rsquo;ve been looking forward to running them both on out,&rdquo; said Danley.\r\nShamrock Girl, who was second in the New Mexico Cup, might be the chief threat. She set the pace in that race as the 4-5 favorite, and before it had defeated Squall Wilbud in the $67,000 Dessie and Fern Sawyer Futurity at the Downs at Albuquerque in September.\r\n◗ Blazin N Shakin will be seeking her third consecutive win in the Lou Wooten, a 400-yard race for fillies and mares bred in New Mexico. She has won four stakes in her last five starts, her most recent the Grade 2 Filly and Mare Championship by a nose at Zia on Nov. 27.