Audrey Catherine is yet to fully fire for the Dubbo-based Sutton team and she faces an almighty challenge in her fifth start on Wednesday night at Bathurst.
The three-year-old filly is yet to place in four career starts, the three most recent of those for trainer Lloyd Sutton.
Sutton and his son James, who will again take the drive, travel to Bathurst on Wednesday with Audrey Catherine and Lovin Everyday.
Audrey Catherine will go up against a competitive field of juveniles in the Bedwells Feedbarn 3YO Pace (1730m) at Bathurst Paceway.
Amanda Turnbull's New Zealand import Sweet Chariot will command plenty of attention in her second Australian start, looking for a bounce back after finishing third as favourite last week.
Bernie Hewitt's Tom The Curious also has an opportunity to hit back thanks to the gate one draw.
Hewitt's stablemate Bridge Coin, who bested Sweet Chariot last start, will look to win out of gate six, just as he did a week ago.
Another chance is the Leanne Staunton-trained filly Rock Queen.
Staunton worked solely as a breeder over the past six years but she decided to hold onto Rock Queen and train her herself, which has proven to be a fruitful endeavour so far.
Rock Queen won on debut at Parkes in a duel to the line with Ideal Denny and would back that up with victory against the odds at Bathurst where she utilised a trip behind the leader to perfection.
Mark Hewitt, who was in the gig for both those wins, returns to steer the filly in this Wednesday night's race.
"I haven't had a horse for a while but I bred her myself, got my licence back, and she's been very exciting," she said.
"I used to train horses before I gave it away probably just over six years ago. I used to train horses before with my grandfather, Keith Ritchie, having grown up with the trotters.
"I decided to breed [Heavy Rocker] with Mr Feelgood when they were giving away free services a while back and that's how I ended up with one of her."
With a $10,000 prize purse the 3YO race will be one of the feature events of Wednesday's eight-race meeting.
The first race sets off at 5.12pm.