The Lindsay Park-trained Excelida (Exceed And Excel x Lady Sayyida) broke her maiden in the most emphatic of styles on Pakenham’s synthetic track on Friday.
The two-year-old filly sauntered clear of the field under a hands and heels Jamie Kah ride to score by seven and a half lengths.
Kah was suitably impressed with the filly, who is set to reappear as a three-year-old in city races next month.
"I gave her a gallop on Monday and thought, 'geez this thing absolutely flies' and I was surprised to see her here, but obviously it was just an easy kill for her today," Kah told Racing.com.
"I was a little bit concerned (after a slow start), but I knew how much horse I had underneath me, so as soon as I got clear running I knew the race was over and done with."Excelida was purchased by Cambridge Stud's Brendan and Jo Lindsay for $460,000 out of Trelawney Stud's 2018 Inglis Easter yearling draft. She is the first foal out of Lady Sayyida, a half sister to Cox Plate winner Ocean Park. -ANZ Bloodstock News
A demolition job by Excelida who thundered ahead for a remarkable win with @jamieleekah07 on board for @lindsayparkrace! pic.twitter.com/dXopXd915L— Racing.com (@Racing) July 19, 2019