OCEANPORT, N.J. &ndash; The Grade 3, $200,000 Matchmaker for fillies and mares on the turf looks like one of the outstanding betting races on the Haskell Day card Sunday at Monmouth Park. A very strong case can made for six of the 11 runners in the 1 1/8-mile race.\r\nTizaqueena will be making her fourth straight appearance in a graded stakes. She won the Grade 3 Arlington Matron before running third most recently in the All Along at Colonial Downs.\r\nCherokee Queen was a dominant winner most recently in the $200,000 Dr. Penny Memorial at Philadelphia Park.\r\nGiant Mover blew away the competition last time out in a Virginia-bred stakes at Colonial.\r\nQuiet Meadow returns to Monmouth, where she was twice a hard-luck loser last year, missing in the Grade 3 Eatontown Handicap by a neck and the Miss Liberty Stakes by a head.\r\nEye of Taurus was third last time out in the Miss Liberty, the Matchmaker prep.\r\nIn this deep group, Mystic Miracle could be a live value play from the Mark Hennig barn in her third start at the meet.\r\nA gray 4-year-old, Mystic Miracle won a third-level allowance on the opening weekend, before making a strong inside move to get fourth in the Miss Liberty, a race taken by Maram, the 2008 Breeders&rsquo; Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf winner.\r\n&ldquo;She ran very well last time,&rdquo; assistant trainer Rob Rader said. &ldquo;If the horse that won that race was back in here, she&rsquo;d be the favorite. The horse that beat us is a very nice horse. Our filly runs better when she is clear, and she never did get outside. If she had gotten daylight, I think she had another gear.&rdquo;\r\nTalkin About Love, Yippety Yip, Obsequious, Unbridled Essence, and Tottie complete the field.\r\nTeddy Drone: Roaring Lion sharp\r\nRoaring Lion held off Wildcat Brief by a nose in the Mr. Prospector Stakes here July 5. They square off again in the $150,000 Teddy Drone at six furlongs.\r\nThe Mr. Prospector was the 10th career win for Roaring Lion and was a solid follow-up to his second-place finish in the Grade 3 Maryland Sprint Handicap. A 6-year-old trained by Bruce Levine, Roaring Lion is 3-0-1 in 6 starts at Monmouth Park.\r\nWildcat Brief, 4, is hitting his stakes stride for trainer Ben Perkins Jr.\r\n&ldquo;He ran well last time,&rdquo; Perkins said. &ldquo;He was making a nice move. It looked like there was a hole for him, and then there wasn&rsquo;t. Paco [Lopez] had to change direction, and he finished with pretty good energy.&rdquo;\r\nPerkins feels Monmouth is more conducive this season to Wildcat Brief&rsquo;s stalking style. No longer a pure-speed highway, the main track now gives closers a fighting chance.\r\n&ldquo;In his races last year, he ran so hard, but they didn&rsquo;t come back to him,&rdquo; Perkins said. &ldquo;The track has played a lot more to his liking this year.&rdquo;\r\nThe field includes three other last-out winners: He&rsquo;s So Chic, Valid Sum, and Evenings End, a dominant winner over New Jersey-breds in the Bernie Dowd Handicap at a mile and 70 yards.\r\nDeep field in Majestic Light\r\nThe $150,000 Majestic Light, the prep for the Grade 3, $300,000 Philip H. Iselin Stakes on Aug, 21, drew a strong field of handicap runners topped by Arson Squad and Cool Coal Man.\r\nArson Squad already owns a pair of Grade 3 wins this season: the Skip Away at Gulfstream Park and the Alysheba at Churchill Downs. He finished sixth to Blame most recently in the Grade 1 Stephen Foster Handicap at Churchill.\r\nCool Coal Man, third in the 2008 Haskell, has never run a poor race here and has a record of 2-0-1 in 3 starts at Monmouth. He captured the Skip Away Stakes last time out.\r\n◗ Two Notch Road, unbeaten in three grass starts at Monmouth, returns following a pair of trips to Virginia to get third in the Colonial Turf Cup and fourth in the Virginia Derby. He has the rail against eight rivals in the $150,000 Jersey Derby for 3-year-olds on the turf.\r\n◗ Lady Alexander, fourth in the Grade 3 Bed O&rsquo; Roses Handicap at Belmont, is a top contender in the $150,000 Regret Stakes for filly and mare sprinters.