ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Dancingall Theway ran the race of his life to capture the 2010 New Providence Stakes, and he will try to win that six-furlong event again Sunday at Woodbine.\r\nDancingall Theway came wide from third to beat a good field of Ontario-sired sprinters in last year&rsquo;s New Providence, earning a big but seemingly inflated Beyer Speed Figure of 102. He missed the board in each of his next three outings before getting the winter off.\r\nReturning in a 5 1/2-furlong optional claimer April 8, Dancingall Theway finished second to a sharp D&rsquo;oro Diablo after pressing the pace along the inside.\r\n&ldquo;He likes the outside,&rdquo; trainer Lorne Richards said. &ldquo;He got a little hampered drawing the rail in his first start of the year but ran well enough. Quite often, these Ontario-sired races aren&rsquo;t any tougher than that kind of race. He likes to have a little time between races and seems to be doing okay. When he&rsquo;s good, he usually doesn&rsquo;t disappoint us.&rdquo;\r\nDancingall Theway drew post 1 and will be ridden by Luis Contreras, who usually circles wide after taking his mounts back off the early pace.\r\nSand Cove, last year&rsquo;s champion older male in Canada, is starting for the first time since his authoritative score Dec. 1 in the Sir Barton Stakes, for which he earned a 100 Beyer.\r\nSand Cove got off to a slow start last spring, finishing fifth in a pair of sprints, before taking the 1 1/16-mile Steady Growth Stakes. He might need at least one race before regaining his best form.\r\nRichard Dos Ramos will ride Sand Cove, the 124-pound highweight, who is trained by Roger Attfield.\r\nDon&rsquo;s Folly returned from a winter layoff to take the opening-day feature, the five-furlong Debut Stakes, on April 2. He rallied stoutly from six lengths off a quick pace and earned an 82 Beyer in that restricted event.\r\n&ldquo;He looked great for a horse who&rsquo;d been up here all winter,&rdquo; trainer Ian Black said, noting that Don&rsquo;s Folly has trained forwardly since the Debut. &ldquo;He&rsquo;s been off a long time, but he&rsquo;s been breezing regularly and well. The only thing that bothers me is if there will be enough pace up front.&rdquo;\r\nDaniel Be Good, who was a front-running fifth in last year&rsquo;s New Providence, figures to lead the way.