Boom three-year-old filly Miami Fleiss has remained unbeaten from her two career starts after another impressive display at Doomben.
Miami Fleiss was sent out as the very short favourite at $1.30 with Sportsbet and she didn’t give her backers any real worries going on to score easily on the line from Goergie’s Pride in second,
The Tony Gollan trained filly burst onto the scene after she romped home on debut to win by seven lengths at Sunshine Coast three weeks ago and she looks to have improved from that run scoring by 3.5L in town.
Jockey Michael Rodd rode the daughter of Spirit Of Boom like she was the best horse in the race taking up the lead and kicking clear early in the straight and holding off her rivals eased down on the line.
She continues the good run of form of Tony Gollan and Black Soil Bloodstock.