Trainer Karl Broberg has made hay in the Iowa&#45;bred female sprint division at this Prairie Meadows meet with It&rsquo;s the Swede, a two&#45;time stakes winner, and he has two chances Friday night to win a race in the Iowa&#45;bred female route division in the $65,000 Hawkeyes Handicap.The 11&#45;horse Hawkeyes field includes the Broberg&#45;trained M B Prize as well as her stablemate Native Princess. Both stretch out from sprints but are in good&#45;enough form to win this one&#45;mile&#45;and&#45;70&#45;yard race if their form holds up around two turns.M B Prize already has crossed the finish line first twice at this meet, but she was disqualified from an Iowa&#45;bred allowance win June 5 after capturing an open, first&#45;level allowance in late April. She has speed, the rail, and stamina in her pedigree and might be better suited to two&#45;turn racing than her lone previous route try suggests.Native Princess never has tried a two&#45;turn race, but she has consistently run on well in the homestretch of her sprints and was a closing second to It&rsquo;s the Swede in the Bob Bryant Stakes last out.But the pick to win the Hawkeyes is Mywomanfromtokyo. Trained by Kelly Von Hemel, she could only finish a one&#45;paced fourth while wide in the Bob Bryant, but her recent races suggest a horse who has been sprinting and could improve in a route. She tried two turns once last year in an open turf allowance at Churchill and finished a creditable third. If even a decent portion of the pace entered in the Hawkeyes actually shows up, Mywomanfromtokyo will get a favorable setup, and she would be an appealing play at something close to her 8&#45;1 morning&#45;line odds.