ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Northern Bear should be on the prowl for the lion&rsquo;s share of the $58,600 purse in Wednesday night&rsquo;s Woodbine feature. The 6 1/2-furlong allowance for Ontario-sired stock drew a field of 16, which includes two also-eligibles. Carded as race 7, it will conclude the pick four, which has a guaranteed pool of $75,000.\r\nNorthern Bear finished second as part of a win photo in both of his starts in April 2010. Following a layoff of nearly a year on April 10, he came from a stalking position to capture a 5 1/2-furlong maiden special for Ontario-sired runners.\r\nNorthern Bear was a possible bounce candidate when he was favored 17 days later in a six-furlong allowance, and he finished a non-threatening third after racing from behind a slow pace. The winner, Steady Stuart, came back to run second in a tougher Ontario-sired allowance, while fourth-place finisher Sky of Grey won his next outing.\r\nJesse Campbell, who won aboard his only mount at the meet for Northern Bear&rsquo;s trainer, Steve Owens, has the call.\r\nCook&rsquo;s Look has spent an eternity at this nonwinners-of-two Ontario-sired condition, while earning his keep. He rallied for third in his five-furlong season opener and then outran Northern Bear for second after closing from the back of the pack April 27.\r\nEurico Da Silva inherits the mount on Cook&rsquo;s Look from Luis Contreras, who&rsquo;s scheduled to ride two horses for trainer Reade Baker at Presque Isle Downs on Wednesday. Contreras also was aboard for Northern Bear&rsquo;s maiden triumph.\r\nThe Baker-trained Reap the Benefit should be well-backed off his front-running maiden victory April 10, for which he got a 76 Beyer Speed Figure. The runner-up, Shades of Gold, came right back to graduate, a good sign.\r\nReap the Benefit has worked five-eighths four times since earning his diploma and will have Emma Wilson back in the saddle.\r\nWhers the Juice had been idle for more than a year when he was a wide-closing third, beaten just three-quarters of a length, in the slower split of an April 27 allowance. His trainer, John Ross, has hit the board with five of seven starters at the meet but is without a win.\r\nFlim Flam was competitive in two of his three starts at this level in the fall. He has worked quickly for his return from a layoff under the guidance of leading trainer Mark Casse.\r\nClassic Executive is adding blinkers off a wide fifth-place finish behind Cook&rsquo;s Look and Northern Bear.