Wyong, January 24 - The OnTrack Thoroughbreds colours shot to fame aboard dual Group I winner Brazen Beau and featured at Wyong on Sunday aboard the aptly named Encosta de Lago filly Girl Sunday, a $100,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Mill Park draft.
Having her second start, but first run back from a lengthy spell, the Gerald Ryan trained filly proved too strong for the well fancied Godolphin runner Xanthippe, forging clear to win the 1200 metre maiden by a length and a half.
A big filly that has been given time to mature, she won in the style of a horse that will be winning better races.
Girl Sunday is the first winner for stakes-winning Cape Cross (IRE) mare Pleasantsundaygirl, a grand-daughter of Group III winner Furama Nights.
Mill Park will offer another outstanding draft at the 2016 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale featuring nine youngsters, click here to see the draft.