She's All Class Makes Millions Statement at Wyong
She's All Class lived up to her name bursting into contention for next months $2 million The Star Gold Coast Magic Millions 2YO Classic with a stunning win in today's $200,000 Magic Millions Wyong 2YO Classic (1100m).
Prepared by master horseman Chris Waller, She's All Class romped home by almost five lengths under a confident James McDonald ride.
Placed at her only previous start in the Victory Vein at Randwick, She's All Class showed a blistering turn of foot in the straight that saw bookmakers racing to slash her price for the Gold Coast.
In their latest market TAB slashed her price to $4.50 and she now shares favourite with stablemate, Breeders Plate winner Shaquero.
"We always knew she's got good ability," winning rider James McDonald said. "She works very well at home."
"Chris and the team have always had a good opinion of her and they wanted her to come here today and see what she could do."
"She wasn't that comfortable on the track but she got the job done."
"She's got a good turn of foot and obviously six furlongs is going to be right up her alley. She's done a marvellous job."
Connections of She's All Class will be hoping she can emulate past Wyong Classic winners including Karuta Queen, Unencumbered and Capitalist who a month later won the rich Gold Coast Classic.
Other former graduates of the race include superstar sires Snitzel and Not a Single Doubt and this year's Golden Slipper winner Farnan.
In winning this afternoon She's All Class became the newest stakes winner for Yarraman Park Stud based sire I Am Invincible - a great result for the $200,000 buy for part owner Brae Sokolski from the Yarraman draft last January.
The filly is the sixth winner from six to race for the unraced Viscount mare Shirra Nui - a half sister to New Zealand stakes winner Khemosabi.
Meanwhile earlier, reigning Magic Millions 3YO Guineas winner Eleven Eleven added another feature to his impressive resume when he stormed home to win the Magic Millions Wyong 3YO & 4YO Stakes (1200m).
With Keagan Latham in the saddle, Eleven Eleven overcame a wide run and in the end scored a soft win.
The well related four-year-old gelded son of Fastnet Rock sent his earnings past $1.4 million with the strong win.
Eleven Eleven was a $230,000 Gold Coast Yearling Sale buy in 2018 for trainer Greg Hickman from the draft of Edinburgh Park.
"I'll probably give him one more run and see how he pulls up before going up to the Gold Coast again," Hickman said.
The $10.25 million The Star Gold Coast Magic Millions Raceday will be held on January 16, with the Gold Coast Yearling Sale to commence from January 12.