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    VICTORIAN horsewoman Emma Stewart is poised to continue her remarkable strike rate in South Australian majors. A regular cross border raider Stewart has won... Trainer continues remarkable strike rate

    VICTORIAN horsewoman Emma Stewart is poised to continue her remarkable strike rate in South Australian majors.

    A regular cross border raider Stewart has won the first three editions of SA’s only Group One The Allwood, having scored with Pandering, Treachery and Encipher.

    During the past decade Stewart has also captured two SA Pacing Cups, a pair of Derbys, seven two-year-old and six three-year-old Southern Cross Finals!

    “We’ve enjoyed a lot of success each time we go to Adelaide,” Stewart said. “Having starters during the carnivals is something we aim for each year as it is always good racing over there.”

    Given tonight’s Globe Derby results it’s a safe assumption Stewart will add two Finals to her impressive collection next week.

    Stewart had runners in three heats and is heading home with a treble, which includes Treachery and Runaway Guest making a clean sweep of the three-year-old fillies’ qualifiers.

    Back to defend the title she secured last season, Treachery embarrassed her opposition with a soft 31-and-a-half metre triumph.

    Pebblesonthebeach and Milliondollar Kiss filled the placings.

    Treachery rated 1:58.1 over 1800 metres, with her time eight-tenths of a second quicker than Runaway Guest.

    Forced to work overtime in the ‘death seat’ Runaway Guest scored by a short half-head from top local, Dancing Finn.

    Kahina was 42 metres away third.

    Earlier on the card Encipher remained unbeaten from three starts at the venue when she completed a nine-and-a-half metre win from Flirting.

    Encipher is owned by Tyson Linke who trained Coco Mia to be seven metres away third.

    “They all did it quite well,” Stewart said. “I’m more than happy with their performances and can’t see any reason why they won’t do the same next week.”

    Encipher rated 1:57.7 over 1800 metres – two-tenths of a second slower than another Victorian visitor, Elegant.

    Trained by former ‘Crow Eater’ Geoff Webster, Elegant worked to the lead from barrier two before cruising to an effortless 19-metre win from Big Black Betty.

    Lunar Girl was 10-and-a-half metres away third.

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