FRESH from her demolition of the recent Australian Pacing Gold Final, boom filly Pelosi already has a stranglehold on another series.
Taken on the long trip to Newcastle, the Queenslander thrashed her rivals in a New South Wales Breeders’ Challenge heat.
As such the Anna Woodmansey- trained youngster has quickly established herself as the favourite for the remainder of the futurity.
“She went well and was very bright after the run,” Woodmansey said. “She did it quite easily.
“It’s a nine-hour drive to Newcastle but was definitely worthwhile.
“She travelled well which I’m happy about. She’s eating and relaxed, which is a big advantage.
“We’ll be back down in a couple of weeks for the semis at Menangle, which is about a 12-hour drive.”
Driven by regular reinsman John Cremin, Pelosi began quickly to find the lead from barrier seven with the remainder of the 1609-metre trip a formality.
With Cremin barely moving a muscle the daughter of American Ideal cruised to an effortless eight-metre win from Shezlikeroyalty, with Watchful Lady eight-and-a-half metres away third.
Stretching her record to five wins from six starts, the two-year-old stopped the clock in 1:56.5, with her time four-and-a-half seconds quicker than Michelle Lee Mac in the following heat.
Partnered by Colin McDowell, Michelle Lee Mac also led before accounting for A Rainbow Delight and Fantasy Miss.
Prepared by Kerry McDowell, the daughter of Bettors delight extended her tally to four wins and a second from seven starts.