ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Bear&rsquo;s Chill will try to regroup off his fade job in the Plate Trial Stakes this Saturday at Woodbine in the $150,000 Achievement, a six-furlong stakes for Ontario-bred 3-year-olds.\r\nBear&rsquo;s Chill looked like a contender for last Sunday&rsquo;s Queen&rsquo;s Plate following his back-to-back front-running scores in a pair of seven-furlong sprints, most notably in the Queenston Stakes, where he earned a Beyer Speed Figure of 97.\r\nBear&rsquo;s Chill was favored in the June 5 Trial. After setting a moderate pace in the nine-furlong route, he folded in the stretch to finish a distant ninth and last.\r\n&ldquo;The heat bothered him, and the distance bothered him in the Trial,&rdquo; said trainer Reade Baker. &ldquo;We&rsquo;re shortening up here, and hoping for some cooler weather.&rdquo;\r\nBaker has changed riders for the Achievement, going from the often-aggressive Emile Ramsammy to the more patient Luis Contreras, a move that suggests that Bear&rsquo;s Chill might be rated off the pace.\r\n&ldquo;Maybe he doesn&rsquo;t have to be a front-runner,&rdquo; Baker said.\r\nBaker said he supplemented Bear No Joke to the Achievement because other races for him failed to fill. Bear No Joke has been idle since capturing a slow allowance May 13.\r\nSay No More is also looking to bounce back off a subpar showing. He won his season opener in a first-level allowance convincingly, before finishing a clear second in the Queenston.\r\nMost recently in a tough optional claimer on the grass, Say No More finished a flat fifth, an effort that trainer Mike Keogh had no explanation for.\r\n&ldquo;It looked like he had a ton of horse, and then he had nothing when he asked him,&rdquo; said Keogh. &ldquo;He scoped clean after the race, so it&rsquo;s kind of a mystery. The reason that I ran him on the turf against older horses is because I didn&rsquo;t think the prep for the Achievement would go, and it didn&rsquo;t go.&rdquo;\r\nKeogh said he has no qualms with running Say No More three-quarters, a distance over which the gelding has yet compete on Polytrack.\r\n&ldquo;He ran well first time out going five and a half, and then he chased Bear&rsquo;s Chill in the Queenston,&rdquo; said Keogh. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s worked nicely, nothing flashy.&rdquo;\r\nEternal Rule was awarded an 81 Beyer Figure in his gate-to-wire victory in a six-furlong allowance June 19. He is unbeaten in two starts for trainer Sid Attard.\r\nCall for Silver, a recent maiden winner on the grass, was also supplemented at a cost of $3,000.