ELMONT, N.Y. &ndash; Beautician, who finished strongly and ended a long winless drought against allowance sprinters at Saratoga last month, is the morning-line favorite to score right back in Thursday&rsquo;s $70,000 Belle Cherie overnight stakes.\r\nBeautician, runner-up in last year&rsquo;s Spinaway and Breeders&rsquo; Cup Juvenile Fillies, drew the outside post in a field of 11 3-year-old fillies. The daughter of Dehere will be handful if she runs back to her Aug. 29 allowance race, when she rallied from next-to-last to win going away and earned her best Beyer Speed Figure in almost a year, a 90.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;s been a good filly from the beginning and has always done everything right, except win,&rdquo; trainer Ken McPeek said. &ldquo;This is a good next step, and she&rsquo;ll be tough if she runs back to her last race. We&rsquo;d like to get her a stakes win as opposed to being multiple Grade 1-placed. If she were to win here, we&rsquo;d entertain thoughts of running her back in the Raven Run&rdquo; at Keeneland on Oct. 23.\r\nThough the one-mile Belle Cherie is not graded, the field is deeper than many Grade 3 stakes. Among the 10 set to oppose Beautician, who will run rain or shine, are Bahama Bound, who came within a neck of winning four straight mile races during the first half of the year; Ailalea, who has won all three of her one-mile dirt starts including the Tempted at Aqueduct last fall and the Dogwood at Churchill Downs in May; and Touching Beauty, who took the Comely at the Big A in April and finished seventh in her first start since then in the Victory Ride on Travers Day.\r\nQuiet Giant is light on experience, but she is a half-sister to 2005 Horse of the Year Saint Liam and won her first two dirt starts by nearly 14 lengths. She is trained by Todd Pletcher.\r\nWith a forecast that calls for an 80 percent chance of rain, Kid Kate also is in with a big chance. But although Kid Kate has won all three of her starts on wet tracks, she recorded her fastest Beyer Speed Figure (90) on a fast Belmont track in mid-June. Kid Kate worked a bullet half-mile on the main track Saturday for trainer Chad Brown.\r\nCompleting the lineup areHyperlink, Worship the Moon, Fleeting Humor, Shirley She Can, and Freud&rsquo;s Notebook.