Looks well suited dropping back to race against her own age after an impressive last start second against older horses.
She acquitted herself well for a two-year-old filly, losing out to the four-year-old gelding Black Chilli who has four career wins to his name.
Belitsa did her best work late in that race, running strongly through the line which suggests the step up to 1100m here is a big plus.
Drawn the rail this time, she'll take a more forward position in the run and with fitness on her side, she'll be fighting out the finish.
Rosehill Race 5 Tip #3 Spiritual Pursuit $2.10
No prizes for tipping this girl, but she can play the anchor for punters who like to play multis.
After a luckless run first-up, she was able to make amends by powering to victory at Randwick in her next hit-out.
With fitness now on her side, there is no reason why she can't repeat the dose here.
Back to her own sex is a plus and although she goes up in weight, the claim for Samantha Clenton will offer some relief.
Clenton knows how to ride a winner and is likely to push forward from barrier five. If they pour on the speed however, this filly is versatile enough to take a sit behind the front runners and sprint over the top late.
She looks bomb-proof and should handle her rivals with ease.
This two-year-old from the Paul Perry yard had plenty of education before stepping out on debut, with a total of five trials under his belt.
His first career run at Gosford was full of merit, where he found himself towards the back of the field in a race that was dominated by those on-pace.
I really liked the way he found the line late after Rachel King balanced him up and he was screaming for extra distance.
He gets that here with the step up to 1350m and rider Chad Lever has the ability to find cover midfield.
From there, he'll be perfectly positioned to peel wide and sprint over the top of his rivals.
Rosehill Race 3 Tip #2 Zardoro $8.00
I was tempted not to tip this guy, just so I didn’t have to watch the last start replay. That run can only be described as a certainty beat.
He was absolutely bolting around the Rosehill circuit, before being caught behind a wall of horses on turning for home. Jockey Sam Clipperton only got clear running 150m from the line, which proved too late as the gelding narrowly missed for second.
The best form-line for these races is previous Highway events, in which Zardoro has one victory and a placing from his last two.
With two wins and a place from four starts at the track, he appears to have conditions to suit once again.
If we can get even luck this time, I think he is a good each way play.