ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Gold Dust Lady is the only winter-raced runner in Sunday&rsquo;s Woodbine headliner, which should give her an edge in the second-level optional claimer for fillies and mares.\r\nGold Dust Lady wintered at Palm Meadows in Florida with trainer Lorne Richards, who ran her once on the dirt at Gulfstream in March. The result wasn&rsquo;t pretty as she trailed a seven-horse field of optional claimers, but the rival who finished directly in front of her subsequently dusted $25,000 opposition.\r\nGold Dust Lady scored three times here on the Polytrack last year, at three different distances, all under Jim McAleney. She registered a career-high 83 Beyer Speed Figure while notching a seven-furlong optional claimer in October.\r\nGold Dust Lady will compete with a $60,000 tag, and McAleney has the call.\r\nThere are three stakes winners in the seven-furlong event, Anne&rsquo;s Beauty, Attitude Included, and Secret Wish.\r\nAnne&rsquo;s Beauty is the lone 3-year-old in the seven-horse field. She graduated second time out in August and has been idle since her come-from-behind triumph in the seven-furlong Glorious Song Stakes on Nov. 14. She got an 83 Beyer in the fast-placed Glorious Song.\r\nDavid Clark retains the mount on Anne&rsquo;s Beauty, who is trained by Paul Attard.\r\nAttitude Included captured the restricted South Ocean Stakes two years ago at 2. She struggled during the first half of 2010, but then came alive on the grass in the fall, when she won an Ontario-sired allowance after ending up second in the La Prevoyante Stakes.\r\nApprentice Betty-Jo Williams will ride Attitude Included for trainer Mark Casse, who entered her with a $62,500 claiming price.\r\nSecret Wish only got a 68 Beyer when she took the fast-paced Algoma Stakes with a wide rally in September. She missed the board in each of her next two outings, both going long at this level, and is coming off a winter break.\r\nAmiable Grace is a legitimate contender. She banked nearly $130,000 last year, while winning two of nine starts, including a seven-furlong allowance.\r\nAmiable Grace closed with the aid of an outside bias to finish second in a six-furlong optional claimer that followed a freshening Dec. 4. She has worked quickly for her first start since then.\r\nRashnaa rallied six wide on the turn en route to a decisive win in a $40,000 claimer over seven furlongs Nov. 20. She has worked steadily for her return from a five-month layoff.