ELMONT, N.Y. &ndash; The California-based filly Alienation, who ran second in a pair of graded stakes last summer at Saratoga, returns to New York a bigger, stronger filly, according to trainer Bob Baffert. But one thing remains the same: She wants to run as fast as she can for as long as she can.\r\nOn Monday, Alienation will try to outsprint five opponents and become a Grade 1 winner in the $250,000 Prioress Stakes, the feature event on a 10-race Fourth of July program at Belmont Park. First post is 1 p.m.\r\nAlienation earned a spot in the Prioress with an authoritative 7 3/4-length victory in a first-level allowance race at Hollywood Park on June 3. That was her 3-year-old debut, a belated one at that after the filly underwent surgery to take a chip out of an ankle.\r\nLast year, Alienation came to Saratoga following a maiden win at Hollywood on turf, and she finished second to Position Limit in the Grade 2 Adirondack and second to R Heat Lightning in the Grade 1 Spinaway.\r\n&ldquo;She was going out there and emptying out, she wouldn&rsquo;t switch leads,&rdquo; Baffert said. &ldquo;She&rsquo;s filled out, bigger, stronger, but she&rsquo;s real one dimensional, she just goes.&rdquo;\r\nAlienation will go from post 5 under John Velazquez. The field has plenty of other speed, including Quantum Miss, a 12-length winner of the Wonder Delight Stakes at Penn National last out; and Roman Treasure, winner of an overnight stakes here June 16.\r\nPomeroys Pistol, who won the Grade 2 Forward Gal at Gulfstream in January and the ungraded Just Smashing Stakes at Monmouth last month, and Her Smile, runner-up in the Comely Stakes at Aqueduct in April, complete the field.\r\n◗ Complete Zen and All Together head a field of 10 entered in Sunday&rsquo;s $50,000 William Entenmann Steeplechase Stakes at 2 1/4 miles.