Miss's Magic Millions!

Mar 13, 2017

The future looks bright for exciting filly Undoubtable Miss who was so impressive taking out Monday's $200,000 Adelaide Magic Millions 2Y0 Classic.

Whether she heads to Sydney for their carnival or is given time to mature in readiness for the Melbourne spring, her owners have plenty to look forward to!

Sent out second favourite in the Morphettville 1200m contest, Undoubtable Miss travelled beautifully in fourth position for Noel Callow who had her edging a bit closer approaching the turn.

Eased out three wide at the bend she had the favourite Spoils to chase down but she pinned her ears back and charged, joining the lead with 200m to go and racing clear to win by a length with plenty in hand.

"It was easy work," Callow laughed, "I just had to sit there and hang on!

Whilst Undoubtable Miss headed into the race a maiden she boasted outstanding form lines having gone close to picking up Ducimus at her Ballarat debut in late January.

And that horse has certainly impressed since, winning the Talindert Stakes before just missing out in last weekend's Pago Pago Stakes at Rosehill.

"Obviously her form looked great on paper," Robbie said, "but she still had to cope with her first trip away."

Which she did beautifully, impressing her trainer who noted that "she is a filly who has always shown great talent and to come here and win is a great result."

Purchased by Robbie with Peter Ford and McKeever Bloodstock at last year's Adelaide sale, Undoubtable Miss is, as her name suggests, a daughter of Not A Single Doubt.

Bred in Victoria by Lauriston Thoroughbreds, she is the second foal and first winner for the winning Tobougg mare Spy Catcher whose grandam is the Surround Stakes winner Khaptivaan, dam of the Oakleigh Plate winner Khaptingly.

"How far she goes in this preparation comes down to her recovery," Robbie said, "but I think in the spring she will be an ideal 1000 Guineas filly."