She's bred to be good and Miss Fabulass proved she's that and more with a strong late burst to win the Group 2 Tea Rose Stakes (1400m).
Find out what the jockeys made of their mounts after the three-year-old fillies feature at Royal Randwick.
Kerrin McEvoy (Miss Fabulass): “I just rode her that bit quieter today. She is still learning her trade.
“Once I asked her she was there for me and picked up really well. She went through the gaps and won it quite soft in the end. She showed a good turn of foot.’’
Miss Fabulass wins the Tea Rose Stakes at Randwick
Tim Clark (Oohood): “Was forced to cover a bit of ground, battled on okay.”
Hugh Bowman (Fiesta): “I was delighted with her, I think the winner just might be a bit too good for us but she did everything she could and I am very proud of her.”
Jim Byrne (Outback Barbie): “Good run, she got into a bit of trouble at the 450m which cost us.”
Tye Angland (Pretty In Pink): “Very good, just needed to draw a gate we had a bit of a tough run around the corner but if she draws a gate she will be very hard to beat.”
Jason Collett (Futooh): “We were with the winner but when she sprinted she left us and we ran into a bit of traffic in the straight.’’
Sam Weatherley (Santa Catarina): “Very good first up run it probably doesn’t look like a lot she finished near the back but she just found 1400m a touch too short and is a bit full of herself but her work through the line was good.”
James McDonald (Madam Rouge): “Probably the wrong way to ride her, she is probably better with a sit.”
Josh Parr (Maid Of Heaven): “Quite taken by her performance she is a nice filly on the way up.”
Tommy Berry (Symi): “We just rode her quiet from the gates today, I was happy with how she hit the line, she is still learning but give her six months and she will be a nice filly.”
Glyn Schofield (Sangita): “Not really the plan to be where we were and we were caught deep and forced to press and I think that told late.”