INGLEWOOD, Calif. &ndash; Treat Gently, a three-time group or graded stakes winner, will be the lone female in Saturday&rsquo;s $250,000 Hollywood Turf Cup.\r\nThe Grade 1 Turf Cup is run over 1 1/2 miles, which trainer Bill Mott said is an ideal distance for Treat Gently.\r\n&ldquo;A mile and a half is her trip,&rdquo; Mott said.\r\nOwned by Juddmonte Farms, Treat Gently has won two graded stakes this year, including the Grade 2 Sheepshead Bay Stakes over 1 3/8 miles on turf at Belmont Park on May 22. She was fourth against males in the Grade 1 Joe Hirsch Turf Classic over 1 1/2 miles on a yielding turf course at Belmont Park on Oct. 2, her most recent start.\r\nIn the Turf Cup, Treat Gently is expected to face at least three other 2010 stakes winners &ndash; expected favorite Bourbon Bay, Marlang, and Temple City &ndash; and Buenos Dias, Unusual Suspect, and Where&rsquo;s the Remote, who are graded stakes-placed this year.\r\nTemple City will start on turf for the first time since a second in the Grade 2 American Handicap here in July. He was last of eight in the Grade 2 Hawthorne Gold Cup in Chicago on Oct. 2.\r\n&ldquo;Forget about it,&rdquo; trainer Carla Gaines said of Temple City&rsquo;s last start. &ldquo;It wasn&rsquo;t his track.&rdquo;\r\nGaines said there were indications before the race that Temple City might run poorly.\r\n&ldquo;For such a really big strong horse of incredible substance, he lost weight,&rdquo; Gaines said. &ldquo;He exhibits so much personality in the barn and he was really quiet. It was unlike him.&rdquo;\r\nComma to the Top may try Futurity\r\nComma to the Top may start in the Grade 1 CashCall Futurity on Dec. 18 after a front-running win in Saturday&rsquo;s Real Quiet Stakes.\r\nA former maiden claimer, Comma to the Top has won three consecutive races, but the Real Quiet Stakes was his first start around two turns, at 1 1/16 miles. The race was worth trying, Miller thought, with many of the circuit&rsquo;s leading juveniles at the Breeders&rsquo; Cup.\r\n&ldquo;The worst case scenario was we had a sprinter,&rdquo; Miller said.\r\nInstead, Miller wants to try Comma to the Top in tougher company in the CashCall Futurity. The gelding has won 4 of 8 starts for a partnership that includes Gary Barber. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s really brave on the lead,&rdquo; Barber said.\r\nComma to the Top lost two stakes races at Del Mar in the summer &ndash; finishing fourth in the Best Pal Stakes and sixth in the Del Mar Futurity &ndash; before winning a starter allowance and allowance race at Golden Gate Fields in October by a combined 10 lengths.\r\nMiller thought the Northern California races helped boost Comma to the Top&rsquo;s confidence.\r\n&ldquo;I think it was immaturity, as far as putting together a complete race,&rdquo; Miller said.