A field of 15 was entered in the 11-furlong contest for fillies and mares 3-year-olds and up, with Tannery installed as the 2-1 morning line favorite. The 4-year-old daughter of Dylan Thomas will run 16 days after her Aug. 17 Sword Dancer effort for trainer Alan Goldberg.
She was a group III winner last year in Ireland who ran third in the Garden City (gr. IT) in her stateside debut; her lone victory this year came in the May 25 Sheepshead Bay (gr. IIT) at Belmont Park. Javier Castellano will ride Tannery from post 8 bearing 120 pounds.
Angel Terrace, trained by Hall of Famer Jonathan Sheppard for Augustin Stable, hails from the same connections that captured the 2011 Glens Falls with Emerald Beech.
A 4-year-old chestnut daughter of Ghostzapper, Angel Terrace was fourth of seven, beaten 3 1/4 lengths, in the 1 1/2-mile Waya Aug. 5 at Saratoga. Winless in four starts this year, Angel Terrace came from off the pace to take the Valley View (gr. IIIT) last October at Keeneland by a nose.
Angel Terrace tuned up for the Glens Falls with a five-furlong breeze Aug. 28 in :59.70 over the Tapeta surface at the Fair Hill Training Center in Maryland.
"The Waya was a rough race," Sheppard said. "She definitely had a troubled trip; I think maybe she could have been second. Off of that, I think it's worth a shot. She's run very good over a distance of ground. She's had a nice spacing between her races, and she seems fine. She had a nice work at Fair Hill, so we'll give it our best shot."
Rosie Napravnik replaces Castellano on Angel Terrace, 6-1 on the morning line, from post 4 under an 118-pound impost.
"She has been riding well lately, and I think that her style of sort of swinging wide and coming down the middle of the stretch might suit this filly," Sheppard said. "I don't think the distance is a problem. She basically ran well in the Waya at a long distance. In fact, she's not really extremely fast, so I think the long distance helps her."
Also in the Glens Falls are grade III winner Strathnaver; Anjaz and Mystical Star, who ran second and third, respectively, behind Qushchi in the Waya; Layali Dubai, making her third stateside start for trainer Eoin Harty; graded stakes-placed Minakshi, third in the Matchmaker (gr. IIIT) and Sheepshead Bay this year; grade I-placed Cash for Clunkers in just her second start this year; and White Rose, making her stakes debut.