Trainer Rick Dutrow Jr. warmed up for Amen Hallelujah&rsquo;s much-anticipated return in the Sunshine Millions Filly and Mare Sprint by sending out Stradavinsky to capture Sunday&rsquo;s Gulfstream Park Turf Sprint. Stradivinsky, making his first start since finishing next to last in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Turf Sprint, outfinished the slow-starting Great Attack by 1 1/4 lengths to register his second win in four starts since being claimed by Dutrow for $50,000 at Churchill Downs last May.\r\n&ldquo;I was happy with everything about his race except he didn&rsquo;t change leads,&rdquo; said Dutrow. &ldquo;He hadn&rsquo;t done that before since I&rsquo;ve had him. Hopefully it&rsquo;s not an indication of anything wrong, although he seems to have cooled out fine.&rdquo;\r\nDutrow said he would consider taking Stradivinsky to Dubai for either the Golden Shaheen or the $1 million Al Quoz Turf Sprint if his horse is tendered an invitation.\r\n&ldquo;I think the owners would want to go just for the excitement,&rdquo; said Dutrow.&rdquo;\r\nAs for Amen Hallelujah, Dutrow can&rsquo;t wait to get her 2011 campaign underway in the Sunshine Millions. Amen Hallelujah has not started since finishing second in Belmont&rsquo;s Grade 1 Acorn on June 5. She won the Grade 2 Davona Dale and was second behind Devil May Care in the Grade 2 Bonnie Miss here last season.