Starting a $2.60 favourite, the 3YO filly was far superior to her four rivals on the Heavy 9 surface.
Joe Bowditch had to work a little to sit outside early leader Amusing Magnus, but it was clear at the400m mark that she had that horse covered.
Allowed to stride to the front before the home turn, the daughter of Your Song cleared out in the straight for a comfortable victory.
This was her second career win, the previous at Geelong on a slow track in May 2021.
Placed on debut at Moonee Valley over 1200m, the 2020 Melbourne Classic Yearling Sale purchase can capitalise on rain-affected tracks now that she has found form.
Daniel’s plans for her now will revolve around benchmark races with an eye on a suitable city race to enhance her broodmare value.
“She relishes wet tracks, so if we get rain leading up to March 23rd , we could possibly head to Sandown for a filly’s race over 1300m.”
Congratulations and good luck to her owners as we endeavour to win a city race with your filly.