Warwick Farm trainer Clarry Connors will present his emerging filly Cholante at Randwick Kensington on Wednesday as the talented three-year-old returns to the races.
Cholante was last seen in the Listed Brian Crowley Stakes at Randwick last year, when running fifth behind Kote.
A filly who has always shown potential, she has struggled with her racing manners, especially out of the barriers, and will need to amend those issues if she is to be a true contender during The Championships.
The daughter of Choisir made her debut as a two-year-old in the $200,000 Wyong Magic Millions 2YO Classic, before the stable immediately tipped her out for a spell.
She landed some large bets when winning in her first start as a three-year-old at Nowra last August, overcoming a slow start to power through the field for a dominant maiden win.
She backed-up that performance with an impressive one-length victory in Class 1 company at Wyong.
William Pike sat motionless aboard the filly as she cruised around the field, rounding her opposition up quickly before putting the race away with ease.
Although not much went right for the rest of the campaign, Connors and connections thought enough of Cholante to challenge her in Group and Listed company during the spring.
Cholante is set to make her return at the Randwick Kensington track on Wednesday where she is a short-priced favourite for the last race on the card.
She is the $2.15 favourite with TAB for the 1100m Fillies & Mares Benchmark 72.
Champion jockey James McDonald has been booked to ride from barrier four.