Champion trainer Chris Waller will have at least two runners in the $2million Magic Millions 2YO Classic next month after his I Am Invincible filly She’s All Class bolted away with the $200,000 Magic Millions Wyong Classic (1100m) on Wednesday to earn a slot beside her stablemate and Breeders Plate winner Shaquero.
Third on debut back in October in the $125,000 ATC Victory Vein Plate, when she led and then faded, She’s All Class was a more mature filly this time around.
She took a stalking position for James McDonald and unleashed a devastating turn of foot over the concluding stages to race away and win by nearly five lengths over Capitalist colt Gleneagles.
“She’s a hypo little filly, so Chris and his team have done a great job with her,” said James McDonald.
“We always knew she had ability, but she needed to come here today and do it.
“She wasn’t that comfortable on this track around the turns, but she was still too good. She has a really good turn of foot and the six furlongs will be right up her alley.”
A $200,000 Magic Millions purchase from the Yarraman Park draft for Brae Sokolski, she runs in the same colours as Mr Sokolski’s Everest winner Yes Yes Yes for a group of now very happy owners.
Bred by Gall Bloodstock, She’s All Class is the sixth winner from six foals to race from good producer Shirra Nui, but is her first stakes-winner.
An unraced daughter of Viscount, Shirra Nui is a half-sister to stakes-winner Khemosabi from South African Group III winner Geordoba (SAfr).
She’s All Class is the 60th stakes-winner for Yarraman Park’s champion sire I Am Invincible.
Yarraman Park will offer a great draft of 32 yearlings at 2021 Magic Millions and you can see them here.
The Yarraman draft features 14 by I Am Invincible and a further 10 from the first crop of his Group I winning son Hellbent.