The final race on a stellar card at Eagle Farm may have thrown up the win of the day with Emirate Park’s homebred 3yo I Am Invincible filly Najmaty coming from a seemingly impossible position to capture the Listed BRC Helen Coughlan Stakes (1200m).

The only ride of the day for Tommy Berry, the Peter and Paul Snowden trained Najmaty had just one runner behind her at the 300m.

Making her run down the centre of the track, Najmaty picked off one after another to win by three-quarters of a length from Salateen, who completed a stakes quinella for I Am Invincible.

Najmaty looked a budding superstar when winning her first two races, including the Listed Redoute’s Choice Stakes at Caulfield, but seemed to lose all form before bouncing back at Caulfield at her most recent start.

“She’s a lovely filly, and we’ve been ultra impressed with what she’s done at home, and we were very confident today,” Paul Snowden said.

“We could back-up next Saturday, or there’s another race for her in a fortnight. She’ll play on up here, providing we get back here (Eagle Farm) because she’s not a wet-track filly at all. As you can see that takes away from her finish.

“We were ultra-pleased with how she’s been working from home and, more importantly, getting the job done for Emirates Park.

“She certainly takes a fair bit of work, hence the fact of trials from one run to the next. She’s been kept up to the mark, but she will pull up pretty well from here, and she’s a resilient filly.

“As a two-year-old she was a stakes winner and probably lost her way a bit 12 months ago and started playing up in the gates. We mended those manners, and she’s jumping really well.”

Najmaty has four wins from 10 starts and has won over $300,000 and is the second foal and second winner from Najoom, who was bought as a yearling by Emirates Park at Magic Millions from the Willow Park draft for $225,000 in 2013.

Najoom had just seven starts for five wins and two seconds winning two Group III races before a premature retirement to stud.

Her mother is a half-sister to stakes-winners Upon this Rock, Bhutane Dane and Gaze On coming from a prolific Black Type family that has produced the likes of $7million earner Criterion and Group I winner Comin’ Through.

Najmaty is the 15th Australian stakes-winner this season for I Am Invincible, who leads the Australian General Sires List by earnings and winners.