Trainer Johnny Murtagh said: “That’s what we were hoping for. She had a very good run the first day and her work has been nice since.
“She doesn’t light you up at home but, the last day showed, she keeps her best for the track. She’s a lovely, big filly and the first horse I’ve had for Newtown Anner.
“Ben said she’s still learning on the job so she could be one that might get better during the year. The owner likes these fillies to get some black type, and I’ve made some nice big entries for her but she might not be ready for them yet.
“She’s such a big, rangy filly that she might need a bit more time. She stays a mile and a quarter and may even stay a mile and a half.”