Good looking three year-old Girl Sunday took little time in getting to the winners circle with a comfortable victory at just her second start at Wyong.
Prepared by Rosehill trainer Gerald Ryan, Girl Sunday was first up from a break after having one educational run last preparation.
Perfectly ridden by stable apprentice Lester Grace, Girl Sunday travelled nicely in transit before extending away stylishly for a dominant 1.5 length victory.
A big filly by topline sire Encosta De Lago, Girl Sunday has been given plenty of time to mature by her owners since she was purchased as a yearling.
"I loved how relaxed this filly was at the sale. A big loose walking filly who really covered the ground nicely. She was always going to take a little bit of time to develop, but todays win indicates that that patience might just pay dividends now," said Grant Morgan.
Girl Sunday was a $100,000 yearling purchase by Grant Morgan's Ontrack Thoroughbreds from the 2014 Inglis Premier Sale in Melbourne. She was purchased from prolific winner producing South Australian farm Mill Park.
Congratulations to owners Lang Brothers Racing No 3 Synd, Pam Bayles, Lucky Nine Syndicate, Ricky Kim, Keating Racing, Ken Stocks, Michael Walton & Paul Crisp.