Stormy Frolic kicked away in the stretch to easily win Saturday's $145,000 Calder Breeders' Cup Handicap, reduced to a field of eight after the race was switched from the turf to a sloppy main track.Five fillies and mares were scratched from the contest, which was run at 1 1/16 mile in a time of 1:46 3/5. A 4-year-old daughter of Summer Squall, Stormy Frolic, with Jose Santos riding, passed pacesetting Win's Fair Lady in the stretch and went on to win by 6 3/4 lengths. Fast closing Redoubled Miss was a half-length back in third, with 6-5 favorite Cellars Shiraz fourth.Win's Fair Lady posted easy fractions of :25, :49 2/5, and 1:14 1/5 before giving way.Milton Wolfson trains Stormy Frolic, who is owned by Stride Rite Racing Stable. Stormy Frolic won the Stage Door Betty Handicap in December at Calder."I was doing a rain dance all night," Wolfson said. "She loves an off track. I would have had to face basically the same group in an overnight race, so I'm delighted that I got to do it today for $150,000."Stormy Frolic, who earned $90,000 for the victory, was entered for dirt only."During the race, I had no doubt about it...she is a completely different horse on this track," said Santos. "It's her home base and she felt like the winner at the three-eighths pole. She stayed fresh. That horse was in front at the quarter pole for a little bit, but I just hit her a couple of times and she opened up. She won pretty handily at the end."Stormy Frolic paid $13.80, $6.60 and $4. Win's Fair Lady, part of an 8-5 entry with French Satin, who finished last, returned $4.20 and $3. Redoubled Miss showed for $5.