Perth filly Perfect Reflection will be out to keep her unbeaten record intact when she makes her Melbourne debut in The Vanity at Flemington.
Perfect Reflection won her first five starts in Perth for Grant Williams before being transferred to the Ballarat stables of Darren Weir.
A daughter of More Than Ready, Perfect Reflection graduated from winning a maiden at Pinjarra to success in the Group One Kingston Town Stakes at Ascot in December.
Perfect Reflection has been well supported ahead of Saturday’s Group Three contest firming from $2.60 to $2.20.
VRC Oaks winner Jameka, having her first start since the 2500m race in November, is second choice at $3.80.
Perfect Reflection is on an Australian Guineas path and is also entered for The Doncaster, the ATC Australian Derby and Australian Oaks during the Sydney carnival.
In other betting moves, Chautauqua has continued to firm for the Black Caviar Lightning Stakes and now shares top billing at $2.50 with Godolphin three-year-old Exosphere.