A group of Harvey and Mandurah locals will have their hearts in their mouths on Saturday afternoon when their prized two-year-old filly hits the track for her Group 1 debut. Sheeza Belter will race in Saturday’s $1 million J.J. Atkins Plate at Eagle Farm, which will remarkably be just the seventh start of her career. The owners include Harvey locals Vinnie Galati, Pamela Galati, Con Galati, Trudy Galati, Gavin Watson and Geoff Pearson, Mandurah residents Colin Watson, Lorraine Watson and Jack Watson, as well as champion Myalup trainer Justin Warwick. The filly has already made almost $850,000 from her six starts, which has included three wins, a second and a third. In February, Sheeza Belter dazzled as she took out the Magic Millions WA 2yo Classic at Pinjarra when she charged home late. The impressive win prompted the owners to send the horse east, where she was ridden by William Pike and scored her most significant win to date, taking out the $1 million XXXX Sires’ Produce Stakes, defeating Swiss Exile. Sheeza Belter is the third best-fancied in Saturday’s J.J. Atkins Plate behind New Zealand Gelding Sharp ‘N’ Smart and Chris Waller trained Colt Political Debate. Race 7 at Eagle Farm is scheduled to jump at 1:13 pm on Saturday.