POMONA, Calif. &ndash; The California-bred filly U R All That I Am over achieved most of 2009. She started with a debut victory in a $12,500 maiden-claimer, ended with an autumn stakes win at Hollywood Park, and won 6 of 9 overall.\r\nWhile victories were less frequent in 2010, U R All That I Am regained peak form in spring, winning two stakes at Hollywood for trainer Jerry Hollendorfer. Then she came crashing to earth. She misfired in two stakes on the Del Mar grass &ndash; fifth as the favorite each time.\r\n&ldquo;It seemed like she did not like the turf course at Del Mar as much as she liked Hollywood,&rdquo; assistant trainer Dan Ward said. &ldquo;The first time, you could say maybe she could not get a mile and a sixteenth, but the second time it was only a mile.&rdquo;\r\nOn Saturday at Fairplex Park, U R All That I Am switches surfaces and benefits from the best remedy for a losing streak &ndash; a drop in class. The 4-year-old filly faces six seemingly overmatched fillies and mares in the $50,000 E.B. Johnston Stakes. Following a lost summer, the Johnston is an autumn race she is expected to win.\r\n&ldquo;She did not train well on the main track at Del Mar, but she loved the training track,&rdquo; Ward said. &ldquo;That gave us the idea&rdquo; for running on the five-eighths mile track at Fairplex.\r\nThe 1 1/16-mile E.B. Johnston is restricted to California-bred fillies and mares, and U R All That I Am will be favored under jockey Martin Pedroza. Her rivals are undistinguished.\r\nInitial Impression, 2 for 9, finished second in a solid allowance-race comeback at Del Mar. David Flores rides for trainer Sean McCarthy. U Turn Me Crazy is the speed of the field, while wheeling back seven days after a midpack finish in a Del Mar claiming race. Christian Santiago-Reyes is up for trainer Peter Miller.\r\nWhile speed is always a threat, Fairplex is not exactly a front-runner&rsquo;s paradise at 1 1/16 miles. During the 2009 meet, only three of the 25 races at the distance were won by the pacesetter.\r\nCelebration, a $12,500 claiming filly, could keep U Turn Me Crazy honest, while Party With Brando and Silver Heat will close from behind. Patsy&rsquo;s Lil Buddy makes her third start of a summer-fall campaign and she also will finish. She has two recent bullet works on the Fairplex track.