Three year old Snitzel filly Pop Girl continued her good form when winning at Warwick Farm on Wednesday over 1600m. Given a lovely ride by in-form apprentice Robbie Dolan, the filly began well from barrier 5 and sat just off the leader and race favourite Sedgemoor. The race changed complexion half-way through when Litzen & Neshmiya made searching runs to the outside of Pop Girl who was still travelling strongly on the bridle. Pop Girl hit the front at the 300m and defeated her rivals with a strong win by 1.5 lengths on the Soft 6 surface. 

Wednesday's win was number 3 for Pop Girl from career start number 10, earning her connections over $100k (incl bonuses) in her first two preparations. 

Congratulations to Mr Neil Werrett for breeding and racing this progessive staying filly. 

 

 

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