She Za Boss, a late maturing 3yo filly by the Queensland sire Rothesay recorded her first win on Sunday.

The talented Rothesay filly once again showed a good turn of foot to chalk up an impressive win over 1200m metres at the Sunshine Coast.

After drawing out in barrier eleven, jockey Matthew McGillivray allowed She Za Boss to settle back in the second half of the field in eleventh position around eleven lengths from the leader as they went past the 800 metre point.

McGillivray started to make a forward move as they went past the 600 metre point, straightened for the run to the post about eight wide out.

At the 300 metre point She Za Boss looked as though she was going to warm to the task before letting down at the 200 metre point with a blistering turn of foot to win by one length.

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.

The win by She Za Boss was a new class record and the quickest of the four 1200 metre races run on the day.

She Za Boss was strapped by Grant Cooper giving him a double for the day after Peppi La Few won earlier.

 

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