The lightly raced Dubai Dancer, an impressive winner of her last two starts, and the frequently raced filly C C&rsquo;s Pal, who has picked up second or third money in four stakes during her 14-race career, look like the prime contenders in Sunday&rsquo;s $70,000 Witches Brew Stakes at Monmouth Park.\r\nThe mile-and-70-yard stakes, restricted to 3-year-old fillies, drew a field of six and goes as race 9 on a 10-race card.\r\nDubai Dancer, a half-sister to 2008 Ashland winner Little Belle, was unraced at 2 and a distant seventh when she made her career debut last January. She resurfaced in early August at Saratoga, romping by seven lengths and earning a solid 83 Beyer Speed Figure, then showed that was no fluke when she came back five weeks later to defeat first-level allowance runners going a mile at Belmont Park. The 91 Beyer Speed Figure that Dubai Dancer earned last time out is by far the best lifetime figure in Sunday&rsquo;s field.\r\nThe main question for Dubai Dancer, a Darley Stable-owned runner trained by Kiaran McLaughlin, is how she will adapt to racing around two turns for the first time.\r\nC C&rsquo;s Pal has often been close in stakes, including seconds in the Florida Oaks at Tampa Bay Downs in March and the Serena&rsquo;s Song at Monmouth in mid-July. She has not been worse than third in three career starts locally.\r\nTrained by Derek Ryan, C C&rsquo;s Pal comes out of a productive race in the two-turn, seven-furlong Charles Town Oaks. Two of the fillies who finished far back in that $400,000 stakes &ndash; seventh-place finisher Karmageddon and ninth-place Belle of the Hall &ndash; returned to win stakes in their next starts.\r\nThe field also includes Bwana Babe, a former claimer who steps up substantially in class following three straight wins by a combined margin of 14 1/4 lengths, and Lil Kiara, a New Jersey-bred who missed by three-quarters of a length as the 6-5 favorite in the Maryland Million Oaks four weeks ago.\r\nParx Racing-based trainer John Servis, who is just 3 for 32 shipping into Monmouth this season, sends out Vindy City, winner of the Miss Preakness at Pimlico in May. A winner in her lone route start in January, Vindy City stretches out for the second start of her current form cycle after winning a third-level optional $40,000 claimer going 6 1/2 furlongs at her home track Oct. 4.