Promise Me a Cat figures to get an ideal trip Saturday in the Grade 3, $500,000 Delta Downs Princess. She is one of the speediest fillies in the one-mile race, and she figures to fall into a stalking position on the move from a six-furlong stakes win at Belmont Park to the six-furlong oval in Vinton, La.\r\n&ldquo;She&rsquo;s pretty adaptable as far as rating tactics, and she&rsquo;s got tactical speed, which I think you need at Delta,&rdquo; said Carlos Martin, who trains Promise Me a Cat for Mark Holiday.\r\nThe Princess is part of a blockbuster card that is led by the Grade 3, $1 million Delta Downs Jackpot. There are eight stakes in all, and their cumulative worth of $2.3 million makes the program the year&rsquo;s richest in Louisiana. Delta will offer a $100,000 guaranteed pick four as part of the festivities, and the Princess, for 2-year-old fillies, is included in the sequence that runs from the fourth through seventh races.\r\nPromise Me a Cat won her maiden at Belmont in September, when she cruised by eight lengths in a 5 1/2-furlong sprint to earn a Beyer Figure of 92. She delivered in her stakes debut one start later, in the $70,000 Sweet Patootie on Oct. 31. Promise Me a Cat rolled home by five lengths, under regular rider Javier Castellano.\r\n&ldquo;The other day, she got hit coming out of the gate,&rdquo; Martin said of the Sweet Patootie. &ldquo;She got hit on both sides at the break and was back in third or fourth on the rail, in a little bit of a pocket. When she got out and was asked, she went by them like a race car.&rdquo;\r\nPromise Me a Cat will break from post 7 for her two-turn debut, and might get a nice trip off Fiscal Policy, the wire-to-wire winner of the $50,000 Bassinet at River Downs. As for Promise Me a Cat, she will be racing outside of New York for the first time but had a chance to work at Delta, breezing three furlongs in 36.40 seconds on Wednesday.\r\n&ldquo;It was definitely good to get a work over the track,&rdquo; Martin said. &ldquo;She kicked over it. The last furlong, she just leveled off. I couldn&rsquo;t be happier going into the race.&rdquo;\r\nGrandacious made her two-turn debut in the allowance prep for the Princess and was a clear winner of the seven-furlong race run Oct. 29.\r\nAll About Allie, who is 3 for 3, and Perfectly Candid, who is 4 for 4, are multiple stakes winners who will be making their two-turn debuts in the Princess. Last year, Quiet Temper won the race and went on to capture the Grade 2 Fair Grounds Oaks.\r\nCalifornia shippers in Treasure Chest, Mile\r\nWynning Ride and Briecat invade from Southern California for the $125,000 Treasure Chest for fillies and mares at a mile. Wynning Ride will be getting back to dirt, where she is a stakes winner, after finishing fourth to Briecat last out in the Grade 2 Las Palmas on turf at Hollywood Park. Joe Talamo has the mount on Wynning Ride for trainer Bob Baffert.\r\nZ Humor looks like a front-running force in the $125,000 Mile, where he will face Quindici Man, recent winner of the Bull Dog Stakes at Fresno. Z Humor is back at Delta, where he dead-heated for the win in the 2007 Jackpot, after racing at Hoosier. Trainer Steve Asmussen has given the mount to Gerard Melancon.\r\n◗ Nacho Friend shakes Lookin At Lucky in the $60,000 Sam&rsquo;s Town, while Bella Diamante could fire a peak race in her second start since the Kentucky Oaks in the $60,000 Orleans.\r\n◗ Su Casa G Casa is the one to catch in the $250,000 Legacy for 2-year-olds bred in Louisiana. Gone Rebel gets a shot at statebreds in the race&rsquo;s counterpart for fillies, the $250,000 Jewel, off a stakes win at Hollywood Park.