Kiwi mare Probabeel has taken out the Group One Futurity Stakes at Caulfield in emphatic fashion, beating a star-studded field.
Arcadia Queen and Mr Quickie finished second and third respectively .
The result by the four-year-old means Group One win No.40 for leading Kiwi trainer Jamie Richards, who continues to notch up winners in Australia.
Victory in the NZ$500,000 race is Probabeel’s second of the season, after victory - also at Caulfield - last start.
She will now head to the All Star Mile in two weeks, where she will aim to become the first Kiwi horse to win the richest mile race in the world, worth NZ$5million.
Meanwhile in Sydney, rising Kiwi star Aegon has shot through to claim glory in his first test across the Tasman, winning the Group Two Hobartville Stakes - a fifth win in five starts.
He will now head to the Group One Randwick Guineas next weekend.