Mark Newnham already has Australian Oaks favourite Nakeeta Jane at his disposal, but the trainer has a pair of worthy sidekicks in staying fillies Greysful Glamour and Scarlet Dream.
The trio make up part of what is Newnham's strongest crop of fillies since taking out his training licence three years ago.
Group 1 winning star Nakeeta Jane unquestionably holds top billing after winning the Group 1 Surround Stakes before backing up to finish third in last Saturday's Group 1 Randwick Guineas.
She is currently the $4.50 favourite with Sportsbet for the Oaks, where Newnham hopes Greysful Glamour and Scarlet Dream will both also end up.
He intends to give both Greysful Glamour and Scarlet Dream their next start in the Group 3 Kembla Grange Classic (1600m) this Friday.
Both are also nominated Group 2 Phar Lap Stakes (1500m) at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday, but Newnham is leaning in favour of the Kembla fillies feature as he looks to plot a path to the Oaks.
"They will probably all meet Nakeeta Jane in the Vinery at their next start after that," Newnham said.
"The only one that might change is Scarlet Dream. She might go to the Adrian Knox Stakes a week later.
"It is a pretty set path for the fillies."
Greysful Glamour has already proven herself as a top grade filly after finishing runner-up to Aristia in the Group 1 VRC Oaks in the Spring.
The daughter of Stratum has finished back in the field at two start this preparation, but Newnham believes she will be suited by the step up to the mile at Kembla.
"Once she gets to the mile and further. That is when she is effective," he said.
"Third up over a mile she has run third in the Spring Stakes at Newcastle against the boys and went really well
"She is well weighted even though she has run second in a Group 1."
Scarlet Dream has barely put a foot wrong in four runs as a three-year-old.
The Sebring filly broke her maiden over the mile in impressive style at Kembla on Melbourne Cup day last year before winning again in town over 1800m.
Newnham put her away following her second win with a view of targeting the feature fillies races during the autumn.
"She is an improving filly," Newnham said.
"In a short time she progressed really quickly last time in. She managed to beat the older horses before she went for a spell, which is never easy for a three-year-old filly early in the year.
"She came back with these races in mind and didn't disappoint us first-up."
The final field for the Kembla Grange Classic will be released on Wednesday morning.