INGLEWOOD, Calif. &ndash; Perhaps before the end of the year, and maybe in the next month, trainer Vladimir Cerin will record the 1,000th win of his career.Through Tuesday, Cerin had 995 wins, a figure boosted by one last Sunday when Briecat pulled an upset in the Grade 2 Las Palmas Handicap for fillies and mares over a mile on turf at Hollywood Park.Planning her next start may influence how quickly Cerin arrives at the 1,000&#45;win milestone. Tuesday, Cerin was debating whether to try Briecat in the $250,000 Matriarch Stakes, a Grade 1 race over a mile on turf on Nov. 28, or ship to Delta Downs for the $125,000 Treasure Chest Stakes on a dirt surface on Nov. 20.&ldquo;We&rsquo;ll have to make some decisions in the next few days,&rdquo; Cerin said.Briecat, who races for David and Holly Wilson, led throughout the $150,000 Las Palmas, winning by a neck over Westwood Pride as a 13&#45;1 outsider. The Las Palmas was her second Grade 2 win, nearly two years after the Bayakoa Handicap at Hollywood Park. In June 2009, Briecat was second to the undefeated star Zenyatta in the Grade 1 Vanity Handicap.&ldquo;This is the heaviest, the best, she&rsquo;s ever looked by far,&rdquo; Cerin said after the Las Palmas.Cerin already has a runner headed to Delta on Nov. 20 in Gone Rebel, the winner of the six&#45;furlong Anoakia Stakes at Oak Tree at Hollywood Park on Oct. 24. She will start in $250,000 Louisiana Jewel for statebred 2&#45;year&#45;old fillies over a mile.&ldquo;I don&rsquo;t know if she can go two turns but she might against those,&rdquo; Cerin said.Cerin had a strong Oak Tree meeting at Hollywood Park, winning with 6 of 16 starters. He expects to be more active during the Hollywood Park fall meeting, which begins on Thursday evening and runs through Dec. 19.&ldquo;I hope I&rsquo;m busier than I was at Oak Tree,&rdquo; he said. &rdquo;I&rsquo;ve got a lot of babies.&rdquo;Thursday, Cerin has two runners &ndash; Golden Nip in the second race, a six&#45;furlong maiden race on turf for statebred fillies and mares, and Derrick Do in the fifth race, a starter allowance over six furlongs.Golden Nip has been third and fourth in her first two starts. She was the 9&#45;5 favorite on Sept. 30 when she broke slowly and was fourth, beaten 6 3/4 lengths. Thursday&rsquo;s race will be her first start on turf. &ldquo;That was a disappointing race,&rdquo; Cerin said of the recent loss. &ldquo;I think she&rsquo;ll like the grass.&rdquo;Derrick Do drew the outside post in a field of eight, his first start against winners after beating $40,000 claimers in a maiden race on Oct. 15, his fifth start.&ldquo;There is a ton of speed in there,&rdquo; Cerin said. &ldquo;It&rsquo;s tough on paper but he&rsquo;s training much better than he has for any of these races.&rdquo;Post times vary by dayThere are different first post times for each of the four racing days at Hollywood Park this week.Thursday&rsquo;s opening night begins at 7:05 p.m. There is day racing on Friday beginning at 12:15 p.m. to accommodate the simulcast of the first day of the Breeders&rsquo; Cup races from Churchill Downs.The first post time on Saturday is 11:15 a.m., a program that will feature simulcasts of the Breeders&rsquo; Cup races from Churchill Downs. Sunday&rsquo;s post time is 12:30 p.m.Juveniles race for six figuresThere are two $100,000 races for 2&#45;year&#45;olds over 1 1/16 miles this weekend &ndash; Saturday&rsquo;s Real Quiet Stakes and Sunday&rsquo;s Sharp Cat Stakes for 2&#45;year&#45;old fillies.Neither race will have a strong field. Celestic Night, the winner of the C.B. Afflerbaugh Stakes at Fairplex Park on Sept. 15, and a troubled fourth in the Jack Goodman Stkaes on Oct. 23, leads the Real Quiet Stakes.