Following an emphatic recent win at Tamworth, Meyer stamped herself as a horse of the future with success in the Petries Mitre 10 Class 3 Handicap at Port Macquarie on Friday.
The Coronavirus restrictions failed to dampen the enthusiasm of the Kris Lees stable as the flashy daughter of Written Tycoon was perfectly positioned by Andrew Gibbons in the early stages of the event before making a move down the home running to score by just under a length.
The filly has now raced on six occasions for three wins and two minor placings with her only blemish being a debut effort at Kempsey and many in the industry believe far greater heights are achievable for Meyer.
Lucky for Some and Shagnato battled on well but were no match for the ultimate winner while Burn'm and Music Box Dancer were responsible for even efforts without ever threatening danger.
The highs and lows of thoroughbred racing were on display for the Jeremy Sylvester stable as victory in the first event with the Golden Archer gelding, Trumps In, was soured later in the program when the stable's main hope, Luff, was relieved of its engagement prior to the BDN Constructions Class 2 Handicap.
This presented a much easier task in the race for Mosh Vain as Belinda Hodder led throughout on the Colt Prosser trained gelding and was able to withstand the finishing efforts of Valley's Sister, Alshahhad and Oakfield Jet to land the race by a decisive margin.
Za Za Zena was expertly ridden by Jason Watkins with the Ron Broomhall trained mare being on the speed throughout to race along the rails for success while Kris Lees produced Leisa Louise to successfully break her maiden status.
The Dundeel filly and Andrew Gibbons came with a lightning burst down the centre of the track for a solid debut win as she held the finishing effort of Crazeelil and Balboa.
Victory was the first of a double for Andrew Gibbons and maintains the Kris Lees stable as the clear leader for the season's training title with 125 victories and over $5.8 million in accrued prizemoney.
The biggest plunge of the day on Typhoon Bonny was narrowly repelled when Calipari led throughout for the Mark Minervini and Darryl McLellan partnership when the son of Written Tycoon was able to hold Crackneck and Typhoon Bonny to score by a half-length margin.
Tann Hills was patiently ridden by Grant Buckley and finished over the top of his rivals for an impressive victory in the fifth event for the Jeff Englebrecht stable in accounting for Dad's Blaze and Eerised.
The combination of Jeff Englebrecht and Grant Buckley also enjoyed a double on the day when Tinai led throughout to score a narrow victory in the final event over I'll Take Money and Dream Song.
Racing was conducted under fine skies with the track possessing a generous covering of grass and improving greatly throughout the program.
Early events indicated some advantage for horses close to the rails and on the speed, but this was countered by further winners making ground down the outside resulting in many good judges assessing the track as providing a genuine racing surface.
The current Coronavirus restrictions look set to continue for the club's next meeting on March 28 resulting in trainers, strappers, jockeys, officials, track staff and essential personnel being the only persons admitted to the course.
This will prevent club members, owners and members of the public from attending but the action can be followed with full Sky Racing and Tabcorp coverage on the local card together with Tancred Stakes day at Rosehill.
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