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Winx makes it two from two

Promising filly Winx continued the unbeaten start to her career at Rosehill Gardens and a shot at stakes level racing now awaits according to the Chris Waller stable.

Winx, who started $1.50 favourite following a dominant display on debut at Warwick Farm, once again showed an impressive turn of foot in the home straight to reel in her rivals, including the previously unbeaten Inz’n’out.

“She looks the right type to aim at a race like the Flight Stakes,’’ said Chris Waller’s racing manager Liam Prior.

“I think she showed by jumping straight from an 1100m race to 1400m and beating the ‘boys’ that she is a filly that will appreciate further.

“It will be up to the boss to work out how long she has off now before the new season.”

Winx settled towards the rear of the small field and had to muscle her way clear in the straight before winning comfortably.

“She was never really in trouble but when Jason asked her for an effort about the 300m she took a couple of strides to pick up,” Prior said.

“But when she got to the outside of the other runners at about the furlong (200m) she quickly reeled in the leaders and won well.’’

Winx was purchased at the Magic Millions Yearling Sale for $230,000 by Magic Bloodstock on the advice of Mulcaster Bloodstock.