Trelawney Stud-bred filly posted her first career win at Mornington on Thursday.
The three-year-old daughter of Pride of Dubai is trained by David Brideoak for the same connections that have experienced Group One success with Princess Jenni.
Placed at her first two starts last month, Pride of Jenni raced away to win by two lengths when eased down in the 1200m maiden.
A A$100,000 Inglis Classic purchase from the Segenhoe Stud draft for Tony Ottobre’s Cape Schanck Stud, Pride of Jenni was bred by Trelawney Stud and is the first foal of winning O’Reilly mare Sancerre, a daughter of Group One Queensland Oaks winner Vouvray.
That was nice, easy work for Pride Of Jenni, who impressed at Mornington. @brideoakeracing pic.twitter.com/tNSSiWolXo— Racing.com (@Racing) October 8, 2020