ALTOONA, Iowa &ndash; The seven Iowa-bred stakes that comprise Saturday&rsquo;s Iowa Classics card mark the close of the Prairie Meadows Thoroughbred meet. The track will reopen with Quarter Horse racing on Aug. 13\r\nThe $85,000 Donna Reed for older fillies and mares at a mile and 70 yards is the most competitive race on the card. Leading trainer Lynn Chleborad will send out the triple threat of Passion Talk, Friend O the Devil, and Courtney J in the 12-horse field.\r\nFriend O the Devil returns off a neck loss to LD&rsquo;s Shes Special in a one-mile statebred allowance on July 19.\r\n&ldquo;At first we didn&rsquo;t think she wanted to run over six furlongs,&rdquo; Chleborad said. &ldquo;As she has matured she has shown that she&rsquo;s more versatile. I know she can do a route, a mile-seventy, we&rsquo;ll have to see.&rdquo;\r\nPassion Talk is coming off a win in a conditioned allowance.\r\n&ldquo;She was coming off a two-year layoff this year and is just now getting into her best perfomance.&rdquo; Chleborad said.\r\nChleborad indicated that the two-year layoff was due to a bowed tendon in one of Passion Talk&rsquo;s hind legs.\r\nCourtney J finished third last year in this race and in her next start was claimed from Chleborad for $20,000. Chleborad claimed her back for $5,000 on July 12.\r\n&ldquo;I think I have her fixed-up,&rdquo; Chleborad said. &ldquo;If she goes back to her past performances she has a good shot.&rdquo;\r\nKelly Von Hemel also has multiple horses in the race. Go Milan Go started the year with a pair of second-place finishes against some of the best Iowa-bred fillies and mares on the grounds before winning a conditioned allowance May 28.\r\n&ldquo;She backed off a bit after three good races,&rdquo; Von Hemel said. &ldquo;We freshened her up a bit for this. She has worked really good and been galloping out really well.&rdquo;\r\nVon Hemel&rsquo;s other entrant, Lovethatponi enters off a conditioned open-company allowance win.\r\n&ldquo;I wish we had a little better post,&rdquo; he said. &ldquo;Hopefully, with 12 in the field, it will be one of those races where it&rsquo;ll take a little racing luck to win.&rdquo;\r\nEveryone may need a little luck to defeat LD&rsquo;s Shes Special. Owned, bred, and trained by Larry Dunbar, she has been very good in her last two outs, winning the Hawkeyes Handicap at 1 1/16 miles and a non-conditioned allowance for statebreds.\r\n*&nbsp;The $85,000 Ralph Hayes for older males at 1 1/16 miles presents an interesting match-up between last year&rsquo;s winner, Red Hot N Gold, who is making his 2010 debut; Tiger Lake, who is coming off a couple of nice races on the turf at Canterbury Park; and Kate&rsquo;s Main Man, winner of the Cyclones Handicap here June &nbsp;12.\r\n*&nbsp;In the $60,000 Iowa Classic Sprint at six furlongs, 2007 race winner Wild L will take on eight others in his 2010 debut.\r\n*&nbsp;In the $75,000 Iowa Breeders&rsquo; Derby at 1 1/16 miles, Gray&rsquo;s Lake winner Cainam leads a field of nine in his attempt to score a fourth win at the meet.\r\n*&nbsp;In the $75,000 Iowa Breeders&rsquo; Oaks at a mile and 70 yards, She&rsquo;s Better Loud enters as the only 2010 stakes winner in a field of nine. On May 31, she won the Bob Bryant, a stakes for 3-year-old Iowa-bred fillies going six furlongs.\r\n*&nbsp;In the $75,000 Sorority for 2-year-old fillies at six furlongs, Launch Light Lady heads a field of eight. She is coming off an impressive win against males in the Iowa Stallion Futurity.\r\n*&nbsp;The $75,000 Iowa Cradle for colts and geldings at six furlongs doesn&rsquo;t offer a single to start the pick six. Morning-line favorite Dynamic Within, coming off a fourth-place finish in the Prairie Gold Juvenile, leads a talented and developing field of eight 2-year-olds.