Newcastle trainer Jason Deamer expects Lochita to appreciate a rise in distance and another wet track when she runs at Scone on Tuesday.
Racing NSW moved Tamworth's washed out Monday meeting to Scone a day later and Lochita looms as a threat in race five, a 1400-metre class one.
Deamer continued his successful run with Dynamic Syndications and former Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained gallopers when Lochita won on debut for his stable at Taree on January 20 over 1257m on a heavy 10.
Another wet track awaits Lochita, which will have Sammie Clenton aboard.
"She's done well," Deamer said of the mare.
"She was ready to go first-up and it looks like, going off her first run, she should enjoy the 1400."
The Kris Lees-trained Animate will be the biggest challenge to Lochita.
Waterhouse and Bott paid $280,000 for Lochita, a daughter of Lonhro, as a yearling but she had only two starts before bought by Dynamic Syndications.
Deamer has had three wins with his past seven starters, which include Discombe. The Dynamic Syndications gelding, another from the Waterhouse-Bott stable, won at Muswellbrook on February 3.
* Cessnock's meeting next Monday has been move to Newcastle's Beaumont track.