Star Albany galloper Red Can Man arrived back at Steve Wolfe’s stable on Sunday morning after a competitive Victorian campaign. Red Can Man had six starts for Mornington trainer David Brideoake, winning a Group 3 race and two other minor placings. The five-year-old will have a spell in Albany before his next campaign. “He may be back for the end of the spring,” Wolfe said. “He will go to the paddock for a bit and then we will see how he comes along. “We might look at a Bunbury Stakes or Mt Barker Sprint for him.” Boom four-year-old Watch Me Dance will race first-up for Wolfe in the listed $125,000 Black Heart Bart Stakes (1200m) at Belmont Park on Saturday. The I’m All The Talk filly has drawn the outside barrier for regular jockey Shaun McGruddy. “She’s just tuning up later on in the year,” Wolfe said. “There is no main goal, we will just try and pinch a race or two. We will just wait and see how she goes in this preparation. “Both horses have just about done their job, anything from here is a bonus.” Meanwhile, reliable type Sowar notched his fifth victory after a terrific ride from McGruddy at Belmont last Saturday. McGruddy landed Sowar just off the speed and he let down strongly in the straight to win by 0.9 lengths. Sowar has now won more than $190,000 after being an $18,000 yearling purchase.