A horse held in great affection by the whole team; she became their first Group/Grade One winner when landing the Starlet Stakes at Los Alamitos Racecourse in December as a juvenile in 2017.
Now three, the daughter of Uncle Mo cost $750,000 as a 2yo, a purchase price more than justified by her big race victory and ongoing success.
Trained by Bob Baffert, she remains unbeaten after five starts, three last year and having made a winning return in the Grade 2 Las Virgenes Stakes at Santa Anita in February.
After a break, having suffered a minor setback, she returned at the beginning of September when proving far too good for seven rivals in the Grade 2 Prioress Stakes at Saratoga, defying a penalty in the process.
That was her second win over 1200m, adding to victories over 1400m, 1600m and 1700m.
Her Prioress Stakes success delighted Baffert who said: "Man, she brought it today; she had been training so well and we were debating on running her at Del Mar in a stake on closing day or take her to Saratoga. We decided to give her a shot since she was doing so well. I'm just glad she shipped well and is still undefeated. That freshening really helped her. She's really matured a lot. She showed today how good she really is. It's pretty exciting.”