Wild Bout Tiffany was the upset winner and Indulgence finished close behind in fourth last Saturday in the U Can Do It Handicap at Calder Casino & Race Course.
In a rare quick turnaround for stakes horses, their trainers are preparing to bring them back to a race in just seven days.
Wild Bout Tiffany, trained by Bill Kaplan, and Indulgence, trained by Marty Wolfson, are among 11 entrants for Saturdays $55,000 Cool Air Stakes at Calder.
The race is for fillies and mares 3 years old and up and is scheduled for five furlongs on turf.
Following rain Thursday night, Calder did not run any races on the turf on Friday.
On Saturday morning, Calder officials will decide whether to leave the Cool Air on turf or move it to dirt at five furlongs.
Wolfson has four horses entered in the race.
He said he plans to run Indulgence, Leopard Rock and Timezone if the race stays on turf.
If Calder moves the race to dirt, he plans to run Indulgence, Leopard Rock and Nakano.
Kaplan said, It will be a Saturday morning decision, depending on how she is looking on whether Wild Bout Tiffany will run in the Cool Air.
He said he would run the 4-year-old filly on turf or dirt.
Wild Bout Tiffany led almost the entire way in theU Can Do It, at six furlongs on dirt, and beat Flying Trip by a neck for her first win in a stakes race.
She was a 13-1 shot but likely will be much lower in the Cool Air on turf or dirt.
Juan Leyva, who rides in numerous stakes for Kaplan, has the mount.
Manoel Cruz, Wild Bout Tiffanys rider in the U Can Do It, will be at Churchill Downs on Saturday.
Indulgence, at 5-2, raced in second place during most of the U Can Do It and finished 1 1/4 lengths behind Wild Bout Tiffany.
I dont expect her to be as close to the lead this time, Wolfson said.
Luis Saez, Calders leading rider in wins, retains the mount.
Freewest could be a top contender on turf and could challenge Wild Bout Tiffany for the lead on either surface.
Luca Panici will ride for trainer Robert Smith.
• Giant Ryan, a star sprinter whose home track was Calder, was euthanized by a lethal injection Thursday following complications from injuries he sustained last Saturday in the True North Stakes at Belmont Park. Giant Ryan, who was a 6-year-old, won eight of his 17 career races and was owned by Shivananda Parbhoo.
Last year, Giant Ryan won the Smile Sprint (Grade 2) and the Ponche at Calder and the Vosburgh Invitational (Grade 1) at Belmont.
• Also last Saturday at Belmont, the Parbhoo-owned Trinniberg won the seven-furlong Woody Stephens (Grade 2) for 3-year-olds.
On Friday, Parbhoo said Trinnibergs next race probably will be the seven-furlong Kings Bishop (Grade 1) at Saratoga on Aug. 25.
But he said he could change that plan and run the horse in the six-furlong Carry Back (Grade 3) at Calder on July 7.