The OnTrack Thoroughbreds colours shot to fame aboard dual Group I winner Brazen Beau and have been seen to advantage in recent weeks aboard progressive Encosta de Lago mare Girl Sunday, who posted her third successive metropolitan win when scoring at Rosehill on Saturday.
A $100,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Mill Park draft, prepared by Gerald Ryan, Girl Sunday sat off the leaders and finished too well to take the 1400 mere contest by three-quarters of a length.
A big filly that has been given time to mature, she has now had 10 starts for five wins and a second with prizemoney just shy of $175,000.
Girl Sunday is the first winner for stakes-winning Cape Cross (IRE) mare Pleasantsundaygirl, a grand-daughter of Group III winner Furama Nights.
The Mill Park team are gearing up for the 2017 sales season with the first stop being Magic Millions at the Gold Coast with a draft of eight yearlings.