Yeahnah a three year old filly by the underrated sire Duporth recorded her fist win this preparation at the Sunshine Coast on Sunday.

Having already had a couple of runs under her belt the improvement in fitness was enough to see Yeahnah take out a class one over 1200 metres at her third run back this preparation.

Starting from barrier six Yeahnah was one of the best to begin for jockey Matthew McGillivray who had no trouble getting Yeahnah over on to the fence.

Passing the 700 metre point McGillivray had Yeahnah in a perfect position parked just in behind the leaders who were setting a good pace.

As they entered the straight a nice gap appeared allowing McGillivray to steer Yeahnah through and take the lead soon after passing the 200 metre mark.

After receiving the benefit of a very cosy ride Yeahnah went on to score easily by 2.5 lengths.

Congratulation to the owners Mrs A Cygler, Mrs S McIntosh, Mrs M Fowler, Mrs T Berg & Mrs K Doolan as it looks like they have plenty to talk about in Yeahnah.

On this occasion Yeahnah was strapped by Jan Aitkenhead.



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