DEL MAR, Calif. &ndash; Trick Skate finished last in the Cinderella Stakes at Hollywood Park on June, but the loss did not affect trainer Molly Pearson&rsquo;s outlook for the filly&rsquo;s summer campaign.&ldquo;She had the worst trip,&rdquo; Pearson said.Pearson and owner&#45;breeder Craig Jones have tried to forget how Trick Skate was in traffic twice in the Cinderella and quickly out of contention. They are focusing on an easier spot, Friday&rsquo;s $100,000 California Thoroughbred Breeders Association Stakes for 2&#45;year&#45;old statebred fillies at Del Mar.&ldquo;I hope she can run better than that race,&rdquo; Pearson said of the Cinderella. &ldquo;We&rsquo;ve been trying to get her to relax and make her finish. She&rsquo;s been doing really well and feeling better.&rdquo;The CTBA Stakes, run over 5 1/2 furlongs, has drawn a full field of 12 California&#45;bred or California&#45;sired fillies. Trick Skate was bred in Kentucky, but is by California&#45;based Swiss Yodeler, a former leading sire in California. All 12 fillies are seeking their first stakes wins.Trick Skate is making her fourth start, having finished fourth in a maiden race on May 2 and returning to win a race for statebred fillies at Hollywood Park on May 20. In that race, she led throughout and won by 2 14 lengths.For the CTBA Stakes, Trick Skate will be ridden for the first time by Alonso Quinonez.The race will not feature a heavy favorite. There are four maidens and three fillies who have placed in stakes.Arta B Tappin, who starts from the rail, was third in the Cinderella, but is still a maiden after five starts. The draw will not hurt her chances, trainer Walther Solis said, but he wishes the race were longer.&ldquo;This is a filly that will come from behind and get position,&rdquo; Solis said. &ldquo;I don&rsquo;t think it will affect us at all. &ldquo;I like Arta B Tappin a lot. I wish we could go a little longer with her.&rdquo;Trainer Mike Harrington has two experienced runners &ndash; Hi Ho Yodeler and Swiss Wild Cat. Hi Ho Yodeler was fourth in the Cinderella and fifth in the Landaluce. Swiss Wild Cat was a good second in the Cinderella but only sixth after a wide&#45;trip in the Landaluce.Rockin Heather, the winner of a two&#45;furlong maiden race at Santa Anita in April, was third in the Juan Gonzalez Memorial Stakes at Pleasanton earlier this month.