Jason Mackay is likely to take Zipping Bailey to the group 1 Sapphire Crown (515m) series at Sandown starting Thursday night after she produced another amazing finish to claim a feature at Wentworth Park.
Three weeks after her last-to-first burst to win the $250,000-to-the-winner Golden Easter Egg, Zipping Bailey came from even further behind the leaders to claim the group 3 Ladies Bracelet (520 metres) on Saturday night.
Making up 12 lengths, Zipping Bailey flew home to win by a length in 29.71 seconds. She ran 29.92 in the Golden Easter Egg.
"That was further back than the Easter Egg and she still got them late," Mackay said. "That was a run that one. She stormed home."
"And it's very hard to do on a consistent basis in that company because they are all elite animals."
Mackay said on Sunday that the black bitch was "absolute perfect this morning" and the next assignment were heats of the Sapphire Crown.
"As long as she's spot on tomorrow and Tuesday, we'll take her there, but I'm very happy with where she's at after that run," he said.
The win made it five straight for Zipping Bailey.
Mackay's Aston Duke was third in the male feature, the group 3 Bob Payne Sprint final.
Aston Duke led but Good Odds Harada finished strongly to win from from Jamella Jet.
Pelaw Main trainer Cheryl Murray was another victor on the night when Blabba Mouth took out the $12,000-to-the-winner Monthly Medal Masters