But perhaps a stronger pointer is her dominant debut win back in April when she ploughed through a heavy 8 surface. Her dam, Besame Mucho, was a noted wet-track performer and group 3 winner from only 15 starts.
The stable will certainly get a solid guide on where she is at given she will be up against capable wet-trackers Divine Jewel and Hit The High Note. Scone filly Lucky Banner and Warwick Farm-based mare Latina Beauty are also well in the race.
Emerging Muswellbrook mare Cecilia looks set to notch a second career win in a class 1 handicap (1200m) to open the meeting.
A daughter of outstanding Kiwi stallion and five-time group 1 winner Darci Brahma, Cecilia resumed with a strong closing effort in a class 1 at Port Macquarie and was a comfortable second-up winner at Scone last preparation.
Emerging four-year-old staying type Unamerican looks a good thing in the Cessnock Cup (1900m) after an outstanding third-up win at this track, but the Jungle Juice Cup (1350m) is more open.
Hawkesbury five-year-old Zouologist is likely to head the betting after being run down late resuming in the Denman Cup at Muswellbrook, but a few others are well placed to strike.
Heading that charge is talented Newcastle five-year-old General Soho, who looks well suited after four runs back. Punters can also warm to tough home-track sprinters Got Unders and All from Scrap, but second emergency, Super, needs to secure a start after blitzing a benchmark 68 field here by more than five lengths.
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