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The Gai Waterhouse-trained Actrice set tongues wagging with an emphatic win at the first Sydney two-year-old trials of the season at Rosehill on Tuesday.

Actrice, a filly by former champion galloper Elvstroem, led all the way to win her trial by four lengths and she ran the 900 metre trip in a sharp 54.24seconds, almost 3seconds faster than the two-year-old colts and geldings heat.

“We thought she was the ultimate professional and she proved that today,” stable representative Robyn Hartney said.

“She showed plenty of natural speed, railed around the turn like a greyhound and then scooted clear in the straight without any pressure.

“Blake (Shinn) said she got a bit tired the last bit but it was a 900 metre trial so that was to be expected and it will bring her on.”

Hartney said the intention is to push on towards a race start next month when the two-year-old season kicks off at Randwick on October 3.

“Provided she comes through the trial and all is well then she’ll run in the Gimcrack on Epsom day,” she said.

Actrice was an $80,000 purchase by Star Thoroughbreds at this year’s Magic Millions Premier sale and she beat the David Payne-trained In Expectation with another of David Payne’s juveniles, Cosmo Gal a nose back in third.

Only three runners contested the colts and geldings heat where David Payne’s son of One Cool Cat, Praecido defeated Where Izzy by a half neck with 2-3/4 lengths back to Tawny Eagle.
Praecido covered the 900 metres in 57.19seconds and was a $60,000 purchase at the New Zealand Premier Sale.

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