ALTOONA, Iowa &ndash; Prairie Meadows closes its inaugural Quarter Horse meet with Iowa Champions Night on Saturday. The night features five stakes races for Iowa-bred horses.\r\nThe $68,200 Jim Bader Futurity at 350 yards showcases nine of the state&rsquo;s 2-year-olds. Hadleybestoned has been perfect so far in his young career, winning his first two races.\r\n&ldquo;I aim my horses towards the Iowa meet,&rdquo; trainer Tony Jones said. &ldquo;I knew when he came up here that I had him where I wanted him to be physically and mentally.&rdquo;\r\nJones would have liked to have had one more race in Hadleybestoned before the Jim Bader, but he had sore shins and was given a bit of a rest.\r\nHadleybestoned will again face Dash of Paint, runner-up in the sale futurity. Dash of Paint is the most experienced entrant in the race and has three wins from five starts and $43,624 in earnings.\r\nIn the $65,400 Polk County Derby at 400 yards, The Regal Streak will try to improve off her last start, when she was fractious in the gate.\r\n&ldquo;Since then, we stood her in the gate to try to get her to look down the track and focus,&rdquo; trainer Brent Clay said.\r\nThe Regal Streak will test a field of seven, including Iris Cartelsbadnews who finished ahead of The Regal Streak in a conditioned allowance last out.\r\nIn the $40,000 Future of Iowa at 350 yards, Cartels Belle heads a field of eight.\r\n&ldquo;This filly is one of those horses that to date has made very few mistakes,&rdquo; Clay said. &ldquo;Hopefully she has some racing luck and gets the opportunity to win the race.&rdquo;\r\nEyeowa Cylcone leads a field of seven in the $35,000 Claiming Classic at 350 yards. He enters off a victory in a statebred claiming race on Sept. 4.\r\nIn the $50,000 Terrace Hill at 440 yards, WRS Special Shoe will try to defeat four others to collect his third Terrace Hill victory. The 8-year-old gelding enters in good form after winning his first two starts at the meet.