A seven-race card at Gosforth Park marks the beginning of the new All-Weather Championships season, which culminates with the £1million All-Weather Championships Finals Day at Lingfield on Good Friday next March.
Tuesday's £25,000 contest is a Fast-Track Qualifier for the £150,000 32Red Three-Year-Old All-Weather Championships and Beatbox Rhythm holds strong claims having won a nursery at York less than a fortnight ago.
Burke said: "He came out of York really well - he's bouncing at home - and we thought it was worth giving it a shot.
"He works on the Polytrack at Middleham all the time, so we don't expect switching to the all-weather to be a problem.
"He's entered in the sales at Tattersalls next week. He'll only be sold if he fetches what we think he's worth.
"If he wins at Newcastle it would be a big bonus, obviously.
"It's not a bad race, but we go there hopeful."
The Kyllachy colt has filled the runner-up spot in his last two races, most recently finding only Rebel Assault too strong in York's Rockingham Stakes.
"It Dont Come Easy had a bit of a tough race at York, but seems fine now," said Fahey.
"He was a fraction disappointing during the middle part of the season after a decent run in the Norfolk (at Royal Ascot), but he has bounced back well and we were happy with his last two performances.
"It is a great incentive from the All-Weather Championships having this Fast-Track Qualifier so early, and it would be a coup if he could win it as I would like to give him a break and then aim for the final."
Other contenders include Encrypted (Hugo Palmer), Lake Volta (Mark Johnston) and Sarookh (Roger Varian).
Irish hopes rest on Gordon Elliott's outsider River Boyne.
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