Opening up to score a runaway four and a half length win at Morphettville on Saturday over 1550 metres was progressive Reset gelding Mail It In, a $50,000 Inglis Premier Yearling Sale purchase from the draft of Mill Park.
Prepared by Leon MacDonald and Andrew Gluyas, Mail It In broke his maiden two starts back ending a frustrating run of minor placings and is clearly now on an upswing.
He is a half-brother to Group III winner Daytona Grey and is the sixth winner from terrific producer Southern Rose.
Another improving three year-old sold by Mill Park, Flying Geepee posted his second win when scoring by three and a half lengths at Cranbourne on Friday evening.
A modest $40,000 Inglis Easter purchase from the Mill Park draft for his trainer Robbie Griffiths and Peter Ford Thoroughbreds, Flying Geepee is by Flying Spur from Registered Nurse (USA).
Mill Park will offer three outstanding yearlings at the Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale this week, click here to see them.