New Zealand bred filly Always On Show indicated she has a bright future with an encouraging debut second in testing conditions at Newcastle.
A Two year-old filly with Kris Lees, Always on Show faced high winds at her first time out over 1200m against older maidens.
Forced to face the breeze outside the leader from a wide draw, Always On Show gave the perfect trail for the eventual winner Sybella.
Also on debut, Sybella is prepared by Peter and Paul Snowden is a 3yo daughter of Snitzel.
Syballa held Always on Show to a neck margin on the line.
Always On Show is the first runner for the Ontrack/Kris Lees combination.
A daughter of high-class European stallion Showcasing, Always in Show is out of the Monsun mare Forever and Ever.
She is a full sister to Group 2 placed (Our) Intrigue who is a member of the strong Tony Pike stable from Cambridge, New Zealand.
Always On Show was identified as a potential Guineas/Oaks type by Ontrack boss Grant Morgan who secured her at the 2019 Magic Millions National Yearling Sale for $110,000.
Always on Show holds a nomination for the Group 1 JJ Atkins Plate (1400m) to be run at Eagle Farm on 6 June.