ANDERSON, Ind. &ndash; Speed cancels out speed . . . doesn&rsquo;t it? Not always, of course, although trainer Dallas Stewart is hoping a potential duel between Always a Princess and Ash Zee could help his filly, Seeking the Title, rally to victory Saturday in the Grade 2, $200,000 Indiana Oaks at Hoosier Park.\r\n&ldquo;I think the race could set up for us,&rdquo; Stewart said this week from his Churchill Downs barn, &ldquo;although sometimes speed is a little better than normal at Hoosier. We&rsquo;ll keep those fillies in our sights, try to stay out of trouble, and hopefully get a big run from the quarter pole to the wire.&rdquo;\r\nSeeking the Title, with Robby Albarado to ride, was assigned post 1 in the 15th Indiana Oaks, a 1 1/16-mile race that drew seven 3-year-old fillies. Bred and owned by Charles Fipke, Seeking the Title comes off a rallying runner-up finish in the Monmouth Oaks.\r\nAlways a Princess, with Martin Garcia riding for Bob Baffert, could come favored Saturday after returning from a 10-month layoff with a sharp recent sprint win at Del Mar. She got post 6, while the other likely speed in the race, Ash Zee, starts from post 7.\r\nAlways a Princess is &ldquo;a very fast filly, so she&rsquo;ll be out there,&rdquo; said Baffert. &ldquo;I really like the way she came back at Del Mar. She&rsquo;d been off a long time. This is a good spot for her to go two turns.\r\nBaffert noted that Always a Princess led past the eighth pole in the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Juvenile Fillies last year, &ldquo;so she ought to be able to handle this.&rdquo;\r\nAlways a Princess arrived Wednesday afternoon at Hoosier after accompanying stablemate Lookin At Lucky on a flight from California.\r\nAsh Zee, with Shaun Bridgmohan up for Steve Asmussen, has won 3 of 5 starts, having most recently gone gate-to-wire to capture a second-level allowance sprint to end her Saratoga meet.\r\nFuzzy Britches, Harissa, W W American, and Shakaleena round out the cast.\r\nThe Indiana Oaks is carded as the 11th of 14 races and directly precedes the Indiana Derby. In earlier supporting events:\r\n◗ Michael G. Schaefer Mile (race 10): Demarcation, who went over the half-million-dollar earnings mark with an impressive triumph in the West Virginia Governor&rsquo;s last out, heads a solid field of 10 older horses. Francisco Torres will ride from post 3 for trainer Paul McGee.\r\nOther considerations include Omniscient, a two-back winner of the Majestic Light at Monmouth for Asmussen, and Racing Bran, runner-up in the Grade 2 Cornhusker before more recently finishing fifth as the favorite in the Claiming Crown Jewel.\r\nThe Schaefer honors the first person ever named to the Indiana Horse Racing Commission.\r\n◗ $84,000 Hoosier Breeders&rsquo; Sophomore (colt-gelding division, race 9): There is no clear-cut favorite in this field of 10, although the rail-drawn Motown Boy is sure to take a fair amount of play following a gutsy stakes win.\r\n◗ $84,000 Hoosier Breeders&rsquo; Sophomore (filly division, race 8): Serena&rsquo;s Reward, a four-time winner from seven starts, should be the filly to catch, with the Richard Kohnhorst entry of Offlee Swift and Ms. Cat Princess looking like the main threats.\r\n◗ $ 84,000 Indiana Futurity (race 6): The Churchill filly What About Ruby could be a big favorite taking on the boys &ndash; although she&rsquo;s cross-entered in the Miss Indiana. Otherwise, Bellamy Jones and possibly a maiden, Storm of Atlantis, rate highly here.\r\n◗ $84,000 Miss Indiana (race 4): If trainer Merrill Scherer keeps What About Ruby in here with her own gender, then sure, she&rsquo;s an obvious contender, although Beyer-wise, Perfectly Candid and Dreamin Big appear faster than any of the boys in the Futurity.