New Zealand mare Silent Achiever has made it three Group One wins in a row in, taking out the $1.5 million BMW at Rosehill.
Coming from midfield in a muddling-run race, Silent Achiever reached the lead at the 300m and put the issue beyond doubt soon after to claim the weight-for-age feature.
The five-year-old, backed into $3.80, safely held It’s A Dundeel to complete the Ranvet Stakes-BMW double.
Before heading to Sydney for the autumn carnival, the Roger James trained mare won the Group One New Zealand Stakes.
“She’s a giant-killer isn’t she,” jockey Nash Rawiller said.
“Full credit to Roger, she is in such great form.”
It’s A Dundeel ($5) overcame a week of uncertainty to come from last to run his best race of the autumn as he nudged Fiorente out of second.
The $3.50 favourite Fiorente loomed strongly after saving ground on the turn but he peaked on his run at the 100m, leaving Silent Achiever to land a clear-cut win.