This 4yo mare recorded her second win on Sunday at the Sunshine Coast.

The talented Rothesay filly was given the fence for guidance when starting from barrier one enabling her to settle in sixth position early on.

As they passed the 600 metre point jockey Matthew McGillivray had She Za Boss positioned ideally behind the leader, still on the fence three lengths from the lead.

Heart of Australia led the field into the straight with She Za Boss gaining a run through on the fence before reaching the lead with 200 metres to go.

She Za Boss cleared out to win easily by almost three lengths in the end after not needing to go around a horse. The rails once again proving to be the shortest way home.

Congratulations to all the owners, Mr M A McLean, Mr P F Plasto, Mr A Stephenson, Mrs T M Wessel, Mr C J Wessel, Mrs S C Pomerenke, Mr S D Pomerenke, Mr T J Lynch, Mrs K M Walker, Mrs T R Donovan, Mrs S Watts, Mrs T Soden, Mr T J Piggott, Ms J M Miatke, Mr S P Walker & Mr P D Dench.

She Za Boss was strapped by Grant Cooper.

 

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