Dreams Of Paris will race at its new home base for the first time at Albury’s Oaks Day meeting on Thursday.
The Cootamundra Cup winner, trained by Mitch Beer, headlines a strong field in the open handicap (race four) over 1175m.
Seymour galloper Reilmartini has won three times in its first six starts and will be a big threat to Dreams of Paris.
Wangaratta-trained Pittsburgh also returns from a spell for Dan McCarthy and is looking for its first win since claiming the Albury Mile on March 18.
Beer has two further runners in race two, with Going In Style and debutant Westmoreland out to break their maidens.
The first of seven races jumps at 1pm.
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