After the only off-the-board finish of his career in his debut outside the Mid-Atlantic, Linda Zang's stakes winner Lewisfield finds himself back in familiar territory when he heads a field of six in Sunday's $100,000 Polynesian Stakes at Laurel Park . The 7-furlong Polynesian highlights a 10-race program and is the fourth of five races in the 3-year-old and up dirt sprint division of the revived Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred Championship Series that concludes with the $250,000 Frank J. De Francis Memorial Dash (G3) Sept. 15 at Laurel. Though based at Charles Town with trainer Jeff Runco, a winner of nearly 4,100 races, Lewisfield has enjoyed his greatest success at Laurel with four wins and a second from five tries including his lone stakes triumph in the six-furlong Not For Love March 17. The Polynesian is named for the 1945 Preakness winner that put together a record of 27-10-10 with purse earnings of $310,410 from 1944-47, 16 of his victories coming in stakes.