ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Woodbourne, the third-place finisher in last year&rsquo;s Grade 1 Woodbine Mile, merits top billing in Thursday&rsquo;s second race, a third-level optional claimer that is scheduled for nine furlongs on the grass.\r\nWoodbourne has proven to be a very profitable claim for The Very Dry Stable and trainer Bob Tiller, who scooped him up for $50,000 last July. And they haven&rsquo;t even had their picture taken with him yet.\r\nWoodbourne just missed in the nine-furlong With Approval Stakes last August, before ending up third behind Court Vision and The Usual Q. T. in the $1 million Woodbine Mile. He ran a rare clunker while taking the long way home in the six-furlong Nearctic Stakes in October and then capped his campaign with a narrow loss in the one-mile Labeeb Stakes.\r\nFollowing an eight-month layoff June 25, Woodbourne finished just three lengths back in eighth in the Grade 2 King Edward, a one-mile stakes that attracted a stellar field. Leading rider Luis Contreras will guide him again Thursday.\r\nGiant&rsquo;s Tomb is competing with a $75,000 tag, following a dull effort in the 11-furlong allowance prep for the Singspiel Stakes.\r\nGiant&rsquo;s Tomb checked in fourth in two important stakes last year, the Plate Trial and the Queen&rsquo;s Plate. His turf form is spotty, but he did win an optional claimer Feb. 20 at Fair Grounds and was burdened with a wide trip when seventh in a subsequent Grade 2 stakes there.\r\nEmile Ramsammy has the mount on Giant&rsquo;s Tomb, who is trained by Mark Frostad for Sam-Son Farm.\r\nGuipago and Cobotown Ron will form a Fieldstone Farm-owned entry trained by Analisa Delmas.\r\nGuipago hasn&rsquo;t accomplished much since he upset Society&rsquo;s Chairman last September in the restricted Halton Stakes. His best placing in three starts this year was a sixth in the Singspiel prep, and he was never a factor most recently in the Steady Growth Stakes on Polytrack.\r\nCobotown Ron also is mired in a slump. His last victory took place in an optional claimer at Fort Erie in June 2010.\r\nZarroc is returning from an eight-month absence. He finished second in a nine-furlong optional claimer on the grass in June 2010, before ending up seventh in the Grade 3 Singspiel.\r\nSangore had a very wide trip before trailing the field in a June 12 optional claimer, but finished just seven lengths in arrears.\r\nMain-track-only entrant Lady&rsquo;s First Cat is adding blinkers off a third in the Steady Growth.