Ascot-based trained Simon Miller will be hoping that his two-year-old filly Bisector can overcome a wide draw when she steps out in race 2 at Belmont Park on Wednesday.
By the in-form stallion Demerit, Bisector has had two starts for a fourth and a second and the form lines looks strong from both races.
Having finished 2.8L behind One Cool Gal on debut, that horse came out on Saturday and finished fifth from an awkward draw.
Second-up she finished second to Jeanella, post-race the Durrant stable confirmed that they had a good opinion of that galloper and expected her to go on to bigger things.
Apprentice Holly Watson will remain in the saddle and look to add to her successful month where she has ridden 8 winners from 75 rides at a strike rate of 11%. She has a 5% return on investment and the average price of her winners has been $9.80.
Miller will hope to finish the month on a high having had a winning striking of 30% in March, 43% in April and 35% in May, but only 9% this month from 35 rides with a -52% return on investment.