OCEANPORT, N.J. - Dubai Majesty rallied widest and fastest of all to take the $93,000 Incredible Revenge Stakes for filly and mare turf sprinters Sunday at Monmouth Park.\r\nSwitching to grass following a third in the Grade 1 Princess Rooney at Calder, Dubai Majesty was the trailer for most of 5 1/2-furlong dash. Miguel Mena swung the 5-year-old to the far outside turning for home, and Dubai Majesty took off. She got up in the final strides to edge West Ocean, the 1-2 favorite, by a neck.\r\nDubai Majesty earned her 10th career win and third on the grass. Trained by Bret Calhoun, Dubai Majesty paid $6.40 to win.\r\n&ldquo;She didn&rsquo;t handle the track all that well at Calder last time, but ran well,&rdquo; Calhoun said. &ldquo;We were excited about this spot and coming here with her. She&rsquo;s run well on turf and dirt and ran very well today.&rdquo;\r\nThe time was 1:02.20 on the firm course.\r\nWest Ocean made a bold bid in the lane to extend her stakes winning streak to four for Todd Pletcher, Monmouth&rsquo;s leading trainer. Four wide throughout, West Ocean took the lead in midstretch and continued gamely to the wire.\r\nLady Rizzi was third, followed by Forever Grateful, Candy Cane, and Glitter City.